Micro Draco

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  1. Boboclown

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    Meh, wasrs no have dimples. Throws it all off and makes it look weird. Now the AES-10B...
     
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    Shirley Temple had dimples.
     
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    Keep telling yourself that. :s0053:
     
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    Haven't shot a micro draco yet, but it's worth noting that 7.62x39 is an excellent cartridge for short barrels. I got rid of all my 7.62 AK rifles because I like 5.45 better, but if I were to get an AK pistol it would definitely be in 7.62
     
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    The micro don't need dat, it knows how to use it.
     
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    The second one is on a ,milled receiver .
     
  8. Reno911

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    Ya, I looked into it. Looks like century arms produced a mini Draco on their C39 receiver. Originally I though it might have been a special run with that little top rail, looks like a completely different pistol.

    I have trust issues with Century Arms built guns and trunnions.
     
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    The century's built with surplus parts kits can be good. And the milled ones should be ok ,they don't have a trunnion.
     
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    I hear IO I think poor quality, is that what you are saying!
     
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    Yes . The company that makes the hellpup is the same company that made all the polish sporters that were imported mostly by IO .They looked good but. The one I had fell apart with in 100 rds .and had a list of problems that would not be expected of a european AK.
     
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    Good to know. I’ll see how these do then before jumping in.

    Hard to pass at that price though. Last time I bought at that price was my Zastava and it has already appreciated in value.
     
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    Zastava will keep on ticking the hellpup wont
     
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    Outside of the Draco, just get the Lynx. Made by WBP.
     
  19. sithc

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    Had my Romainian Micro for about three years now and love it. Put on a quad rail so I could mount a red dot as the buis sights were useless.

    A great conversation starter and just about anyone that shoots it loves it. Major fireball spitter and loud but in a good way.

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    I've been looking into these for a while now. I love them all but have a soft spot for AK's.

    I was on a business trip and the guy I shared a suite with luckily happened to be a gun guy and brought his arm braced micro draco. At the range nobody wanted to shoot next to us lol. I have a video where a chick literally stopped a few rounds into a mag because she couldn't stand the concussion/blast/flame lol. I didn't think it practical what so ever at the time but we did run it hard and it had zero issues so thought it was a cool toy.

    Fast forward and I've realized after personal experiences and seeing possible experiences that could happen at a moments notice, not to mention have the wife and kids to protect, a pdw weapon would be great to have. As the old adage goes, never bring a knife to a gunfight, and bring a rifle, and a buddy, who also has a rifle lol. The point is, I have been in situations where any firearm would have been of use, but again why underestimate when you can just as easily overestimate?

    My idea is to throw some sort of folding brace on it and a mini red dot and toss it in basically any backpack. A plate carrier with some soft armor and a few extra mags would take up much more room either. hmmmmmm
     

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