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Old 04-05-2009, 18:21   #1
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Images of my MAK90 & SKS

So I took some images of a few other rifles that I had and well I wanted to add a few more. So here you go.




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Cool. Very nice work.
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Hey thanks, I am thinking of doing another photo shoot. Maybe add an American flag. Or maybe buy more firearms so I have the excuse to take more photos.
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nice fotog. that SK ain't Chinese is it? wood looks too good to be.
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They are both Chines rifles. I made a killing on both with price of these firearms in todays gun run. I have owned both for about 5 years now.
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Old 04-19-2009, 10:38   #6
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Nice MAK90! Is that a stamped receiver on it? Is the trunnion stamped with the "oval 386"?
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Are you asking if the receiver is stamped MAK90? It is stamped MAK90 but I now need to check and see what is on the trunnion. I will get back to you on that.
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Originally Posted by DrewArtist View Post
Are you asking if the receiver is stamped MAK90? It is stamped MAK90 but I now need to check and see what is on the trunnion. I will get back to you on that.
I was asking you if the receiver is made from stamped metal versus milled from a solid block of metal. Then I asked another question...that is, what markings are on the trunnion? The marking will tell you what factory it came from. For example...an oval with 386 tells you which specific factory manufactured it.

It looks like your receiver is made from sheet metal that was stamped into a certain configuration which is how the majority of MAK90's where made. Was just wondering.

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Oh, itís stamped! Sorry. There is no other manufacture markings or ovals with numbers in it. All the numbers on the rifle match and looks like this 021XXX. I am not sure what that means because it had been explained to me that the first few numbers explains the year, but my friend who owned the rifle owned it for at least ten years before me. He picked it up from a farmer who purchased it brand new and I have owned the rifle for a least 5 years. If you have any info I would love to know.

It looks a lot like this but no numbers on the receiver below.
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Try these for info: AK-47.us and AK-47.net
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