AK 47 Draco Pistol to carbine

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  1. bubba04

    bubba04 New Member

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    Has anyone taken a AK47 Draco pistol and installed a stock on it? I am thinking about doing this and creating a nice little SBR, but curious if anyone has tried this or knows of this being done.
     


  2. Joat

    Joat Active Member

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    I have intentions of doing this as well. Should be feasible and fairly straight forward. Especially if the rear trunnion is from a folder.

    I still have to get my hands on a Draco to look a little closer.

    Joat
     
  3. jroberts1968

    jroberts1968 Member

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    Yes it is very simple to do. Stamp it! The demill the rear rivets. Fill the holes drill for the folder trunnon then install it.

    Very easy to do if you have built AK before. For 75.00 I'll do it for you.
     
  4. jroberts1968

    jroberts1968 Member

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    Yes this can be done. The gun is the Romy AIMS MD90 Carbine. came in 7.62 or 5.45. here is a picture of the real deal. It is used by Special Service Police and Romy Spetzna Units.

    Rear trunnon 20.00 APEX
    Stock 40-65.00 APEX
    Flash hider 45.00 APEX

    PA_md_86_krink.gif
     
  5. TexasRedneck

    TexasRedneck 1911 Nut Lifetime Member

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    Sweet - but IIRC, you'd best register it as a SBR, which means it becomes a NFA item.....check the legalities before you do it!
     
  6. jroberts1968

    jroberts1968 Member

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    File your form 1 and wait and wait and wait ................................. it is a easy process, if you can own a gun you can get a form 1.
     

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