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Draco converted to AK

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by rickthecabbie, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. rickthecabbie

    rickthecabbie Beaverton Member

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    Need cash to fund new project. $500.00
    Comes with 2 30rd mags.

    the muzzle device welded all the way round per ATF specs.

    11.75 inch barrel with a 5.5 inch muzzle device welded on adds up to
    a 17 inch barrel leaving 1/4 inch for thread overlap. At least that is what Dan at the BATF office in Seattle said
    when I called and asked before I had this put together.
  2. madmax

    madmax woodburn Active Member

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    How did you get the stock on?
  3. rdb241

    rdb241 Puyallup Washington Gold Supporter Gold Supporter

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    I would imagine that the rear trunion has been replaced? Look at the rear rivets. Then find a picture of a Draco and look at those rear rivets. The lower rivet is in a different spot. It is hard to make it out, but you can see the open lower hole for the old trunion.
  4. rickthecabbie

    rickthecabbie Beaverton Member

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    The rear trunnion was replaced with a standard AK Trunnion,
    The rivets were done by Jesse at 762 LLC in Albany.
    Then it was cleaned up, blasted and reparkerized by Scott Wilson at Clackamas County Gunsmith.
    There is discoloration on the area where the old trunnion holes were
    because of the heat involved in welding them closed.
    There is also a Bolt Stop milled into the safety lever.
    This also includes a Tapco G2 single hook FCG, and 2 Tapco mags
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