Vepr 5.45x39 20.5 inch barrel- overview

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  1. rangerstx4

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  2. Oklahomie

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    I love the look of the Vepr gen2s, i think thats what they are called but the front sight moved closer to the handguards, but they are hard to find.

    How much did that set you back?
     
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    Doesn't look like it shoots to bad for an AK.:thumbup:
     
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    I've always been a fan of that cartridge. Tell me, Sir; what does that rifle, in its final configuration, weigh?
     
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    Some 74s I've seen are as accurate as a good AR15

    Here's my Waffen Werks, Classic Arms has them @ 600 + shipping+ dealer fee and sales tax. Definitely lighter than a '47, recoil is a lot less and ammo is now available as low as 17 cents a pop

    2013_11_18_254_7b313d5d66fc08c96a2d.jpg

    I've since added this and plan on an Eotech mini with tip off magnifier

    http://www.k-var.com/shop/KV-04S.html?page=1
     
  7. rangerstx4

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    Funny, yours looks just like my Bulgarian 74, slidfire and all. I figured it was the cheapest round I had to blow through for fun. Its also accurate, at least it was when I bought it new. Its had a few thousand rounds of corrosive through it and ran really hot. Not sure how it would group now, but thats not its purpose I guess.

    OGRE- Ill get you a weight when I get the new mount and scope on. I also just ordered some Hornady steel cased VMAX for it. Ill update with accuracy as well.
     
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    The WWs is a bulgie kit built up in the USA...
     
  9. civilian75

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    So how is the Slidefire working for you?
     
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    I haven't taken it out yet due to straining my left arm a few weeks ago. Sucks... but a lot of people swear by them

    [video=youtube;O9m7Qfj-pTM]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9m7Qfj-pTM[/video]
     
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    [video=youtube;sD6cmJZ_K7s]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sD6cmJZ_K7s[/video]
     
  12. rangerstx4

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    The Slidefire runs great on my 74. Its controllable and reliable. Ive let some younger kids shoot it and it runs good for them too.
     
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