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"Like new", never installed Zenitco B-19 upper handguard for AKM rifles. Pairs with the B-10/11 and some others Zenitco lower handguards.
Decided rifle was fine and it's too much of a hassle to deal with a return.
Will ship on your dime.
Would probably trade for a nice bakelite mag...