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Thread: Norinko NHM 90 - stamped or milled?

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    Norinko NHM 90 - stamped or milled?

    Hi,
    Looking at a Norinko NHM90 as there are no other AK47's available?
    Anyway -wanting to know if these are stamped or milled receivers as I am wanting to upgrade the safety to a Krebs and look at modifying other bits in the future. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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    Stamped. ALL ChiCom AK's are stamped to my knowledge. Technically this makes them an AKM clone/copy not an AK47.

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    Thanks for that. Are there any other akm/ak variants available locally?

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    I see a fella selling zastava's on turdme, worth a search. hell of a lot better than a chink POS
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    Quote Originally Posted by greghud View Post
    I see a fella selling zastava's on turdme, worth a search. hell of a lot better than a chink POS
    greg
    Got a link?

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    burley arms I think
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    NO MATTER HOW MUCH IT HURTS, HOW DARK IT GETS OR HOW FAR YOU FALL , .....
    YOU ARE NEVER OUT OF THE FIGHT . (Marcus Luttrell)

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    MOLT VEPR from gun city
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    Wash your mouth out

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    Aroraki Ammunition is apparently bringing in some SA VZ58 rifles before Xmas, according to their facebook page.

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    why should he wash his mouth out .Ive a shooting mate who bought one when i got my norinco 7.62X39.
    that molot is one sexy wee beast and bloody deadly in the squires hands .
    I love it cause you double tap and it just sits smack on the target .OK the stubby barrel is a little hard on ears but with good earmuffs -no probs.
    all this crap rating is often a case of the writer wanting to be part of the guncity detractors mpre often than not!
    I for one have had more shit experiences with local H&Fstore than Ive had with GC but you wouldnt want that cause its someone running against a popular group school of thought!

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    I have a Molot Vepr as well. Rolls Royce of Russian built AKs.
    Mine is in the more manly .308 Win though.

    PS, I got mine second hand in new condition at half the price of what the owner had paid GC.

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    Welcome to Sako club.

 

 

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