Norinco`s and Poly-Techs are nice, there are a few knock-offs that are quality built too. Expect to pay from $400.00 to almost 2K postban and preban. I prefer the stamped receiver over the milled, though some prefer the other. If money is no object and your looking for the cream of the crop.....Clayco Imports AK47 is simply the best.....these were before Norinco and Poly-Tech names. Expert craftsmanship.....these were the leaders in this market and were imported prior to 1980 and very rare. They were Military Contract (Chi-Com) demilled to semi-auto. All parts numbered, including the top cover. The rarest of all is the "Green" fiberlite underfolder........a collectors dream.
Romanian SAR`s are cheap and this is one where you get "exactly" what you pay for. Best LTS
Rugster, If you are looking for a shooter the SAR1 is a good buy, I got one about a year ago put 2500 rounds through it and is still a ticken. They had some at www.auctionarms.com for $309.00. Now Robinson armory has the Verpa? I think that is right, they are made in the USSR good quality and it takes hi-cap mags, it is about $550.00. I would go that way if I wonted a new rifle. Good Shooting. :cannon:
Does anyone use the scoutscope.com mount that attaches at the rear sight location? Or know of a better option for a red dot?
I went through alot of research back when i picked up an sks and i started with a Williams rear aperature sight with a kns front crosshair. Later I decided to get a red...
I finally figured out how to have a really good rear adjustable sight on my Saiga 7.62x39. I got a surplus HK G3 rear turret sight and a Texas Weapons Systems picatiny dust cover and grafted them together. Works with the stock front AK sight.
Engraved and ready to Rock
TWS Dogleg, Heavily modified Ultimate arms hand guard, UA pistol grip, MOE foregrip. Eotech (knockoff), Sig MCX folder, ALG AKT trigger.
Taking it to the range on Thursday. Ill report back.