AK US Compliance parts

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  1. NCm4

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    The 16 countable parts of an AK rifle. No more than 10 of these parts may be imported.

    (1) Receiver*
    (2) Barrel
    (3) Trunnion
    (4) Muzzle attachments(flash hiders, brakes, barrel extensions, barrel nuts)*
    (5) Bolt
    (6) Bolt carrier
    (7) Gas piston*
    (8) Trigger*
    (9) Hammer*
    (10) Disconnecter*
    (11) Buttstock*
    (12) Pistol grip*
    (13) Forearm handguards*
    (14) Magazine body
    (15) Follower
    (16) Floorplate

    The starred parts are the most commonly available U.S. manufactured parts.

    On a typical stamped receiver rifle you need to replace 5 parts with no muzzle attachment and 6 parts with a muzzle attachment.

    On a typical milled receiver rifle you need to replace 4 parts with no muzzle attachment and 5 parts with a muzzle attachment, because there isn't a barrel trunion, it is part of the receiver.

    When building an AK pistol, these regulations do not apply. You can not have a stock or forward pistol grip on a pistol.
     
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    nothing is underlined....
     
  3. Left Bolt

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    NCm4 do you know anyone who has the jig to bend an AK receiver flat?
     
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    I have one that does not require a press

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    Phudd I'm just guessing you have built a few AK's if so how do you weld the rails in and heat treat the receiver?
     
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