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AKCR - AK-47/ACR Stock Mod

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by DK47, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. DK47

    DK47 Beaverton, OR Member

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    Here's a project I did a few years ago after buying a fixed ACR stock from a member here. Sat on it for a few months, then the idea hit me... I was perfectly happy with my tromix stock but I wanted something more original and I also wanted to take advantage of the cheek rest the ACR provides... the built in QD mount is a plus too.

    Here's the original


    What do you guys think?

    *I know I need some better pictures...

    so I used a chopsaw and took out the lower half, and used wood screws from the ACE push button adapter to sink into the plastic, I think I might re-enforce it with some JB-weld or something but it hasn't loosened up. Looking to get a Magpul PRS2 recoil pad, I'll have red marks on my shoulder after a day of shooting.

    Started out as a cheapo CIA WASR-10

    Other parts are:
    Ultimak Railed Gas Tube
    Ultimak Long Railed Forend
    Krebs Custom Enhanced Selector
    Krebs Custom Trigger retaining plate
    PWS J-Tac47 Compensator
    Yugo Psitol Grip
    Midwest Industries Heavy duty QD sling adapter
    Recoil Buffer

    planning on adding a Solar Tactical MFER magwell, and maybe a Battle Comp.
  2. trainsktg

    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    Nice deck grill :thumbup: .

    Just kidding.

    I'm normally not a black-furniture-on-an-AK guy but this looks like a really nice, functional build.

  3. iamme

    iamme Lane County Well-Known Member

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    A+++++ on idea/effort, etc. Personally not a fan with the end result. But if you had the time/tools to make it adapt cleaner/better not bad!!
  4. bigsnoz

    bigsnoz Reno New Member

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    Interesting. Id like to feel the weight distribution now.
  5. DK47

    DK47 Beaverton, OR Member

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    Yea I do need to clean up the edges a little, honestly, I didn't think it would work out as well as it did... it's still kinda a work in progress.

    It is really balanced too, even with cutting 40% of it off, it's heavier than my previous tromix, and AR tube and stock.