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AK47 Building Instructions - Book

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Product Description

AK47 Building Instructions


If you have been waiting for the 'definitive AK assembly guide' before building your AK, wait no more. This is the bible of AK47 building.


The AK-47 and its variants are world-renowned for being simple, rugged and nearly indestructible. But if you wanted to build your own Kalashnikov rifle there was no good single source of construction information—until now.

This new series dives deep into proven techniques of home-built AKs. Profusely illustrated with numerous photos and diagrams, these manuals will show you exactly how to assemble your AK parts kit step-by-step. Your build will go easy using our techniques, recommended tools, and veteran builder tips/tricks...all with a critical focus on both safety & quality. 

The highly anticipated Volume Two covers a full parts kit build, from receiver flat/shell or already complete receiver through assembly, final fitting, and tuning. Alternate tools and methods are discussed throughout, as well as steps for both the AKM, AK-74 models (and various other variants of each like Yugo models, and the Krinkov). With over 240 images that make the procedures both clear and easy to understand.
Topics include:
- Required build parts list
- Recommended tools
- Legal requirements
- Demilling of the parts kits
- Bending the receiver flat
- Fitting and riveting of front/rear trunnions
- Attaching and tuning the rails
- Mounting the trigger guard
- Headspacing
- Receiver heat treatment
- Installing the furniture
- Assembling the internals - and more...

Volume II continues the journey, showing every step to complete your matching or newly populated AK parts kit into a complete functional and safe rifle.

About the Authors
Nicoroshi is a Northern California AK builder, and member of the AK Team of CA.
Guy is not a fireman, but is in the publishing business. He was hooked on guns since his first experience with a .22 single shot bolt-action at Boy Scout camp ( and earning his Rifle Marksmanship merit badge). A tinkerer and workshop enthusiast, he enjoys shooting sports of many flavors.