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Old 12-02-2017, 11:33 AM   #16
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I need a Krinkov style rear sight assembly for a custom AK I'm making. An M92/85 rear sight would be fine too. Anything designed to line up with the AK front sight will actually work. Was thinking even a CETME sight mounted on the rear of the dust cover.

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Putting a rear sight on any version of AK dust cover is just never a 'great' idea. The SUKA/AKS47U was never intended for 'sniper' work...they are kuel but spray and pray (in style) about covers it. I have about a metric ton of parts to go through, sort out and identify...if I find something that will work I'll let you know...my kids have no idea what most of this stuff is...or how valuable; the issue came up when they were trying to find original SVD 7.62X54r magazines. It'll take some time...if I find something I'll let you know.
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Old 12-28-2017, 08:53 PM   #17
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slowly getting product loaded. been parting out items for the last two months with much more to go. new building is getting the roof trusses, meter base installed and breaker panel waiting for us to pick a location. metal for roof and sides on order. when you guys have a chance take a look at the site and tell me what you think. never thought an e-commerce website would be so laborious to set up. thanks.

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Putting a rear sight on any version of AK dust cover is just never a 'great' idea. The SUKA/AKS47U was never intended for 'sniper' work...they are kuel but spray and pray (in style) about covers it. I have about a metric ton of parts to go through, sort out and identify...if I find something that will work I'll let you know...my kids have no idea what most of this stuff is...or how valuable; the issue came up when they were trying to find original SVD 7.62X54r magazines. It'll take some time...if I find something I'll let you know.
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slowly getting product loaded. been parting out items for the last two months with much more to go. new building is getting the roof trusses, meter base installed and breaker panel waiting for us to pick a location. metal for roof and sides on order. when you guys have a chance take a look at the site and tell me what you think. never thought an e-commerce website would be so laborious to set up. thanks.

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They can be a real pain in the butt. Looks like you're getting there, though.

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Old 02-15-2018, 08:14 PM   #19
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I'm looking for an extractor for an old Ithaca Model 37. Probably should find a shell lifter, too - mine's been cracked for a number of years.
Ithaca is back in business in NW Ohio...near Sandusky, IIRC. I recently ordered some parts for a model 37.
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Ithaca is back in business in NW Ohio...near Sandusky, IIRC. I recently ordered some parts for a model 37.
Good to know about Ithaca. Besides mine, I also gave my mom a model 37 20 gauge. Suits her just right.
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Old 03-03-2018, 08:50 AM   #21
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Here's one I am looking for for my cousin: An Interarms Virginia Dragoon in .44 Mag -- need a loading gate for it.

I saw a used stainless steel one for sale in Cabela's for $400 yesterday. It was in primo, like new condition. The Virginia Dragoon was one of the most underrated .44 Magnums manufactured - every bit as good and strong as the Ruger Super Blackhawk. Interarms was known primarily as an importer, but they manufactured that one in the U.S.A.
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