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Old 05-17-2019, 1:18 PM
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Default Coming soon: Resurgent Arms AK Featureless Grip/Stock

Didn't find this in a quick search.

Seems there's going to be a Thordsen type featureless solution for the AK pattern coming soon:

We receive tons of emails asking, "Are you making a featureless grip for the AK?"

The answer is yes.

It is our top priority right now, with a tentative launch date of early July.

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It will be a combination grip/stock. This is not for legal compliance; rather for ergonomics.

The profile of the stock will be nearly identical to the standard AK stock -- so you can enjoy the same cheek weld and shoulder footprint you're used to.

It will work for any AK-pattern rifle, both AKM and Yugoslav variants.

There will be spacers included, to give you -1/+2 inch length of pull difference from a standard AK stock.

It will be notched for the possibility of a cheek riser.

It will have, hands-down, the best ergonomics for any featureless AK grip or stock option.


https://resurgentarms.com/collection...atureless-grip
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Old 05-18-2019, 11:14 PM
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Or you can get the Lee Armory AK. It's a sport version similar to Saiga.
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Old 05-19-2019, 12:19 AM
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Or you can get the Lee Armory AK. It's a sport version similar to Saiga.
Gotta stay away from those American AKs

If this item turns out to be ergonomic and functional, I'll probably try it on one of my rifles. Hopefully it's cheaper than a thordsen
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Old 05-19-2019, 12:48 AM
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Checking out their site, I may get the extended safety for my multi-calibre rifle build I'm going to be starting soon
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Gotta stay away from those American AKs

If this item turns out to be ergonomic and functional, I'll probably try it on one of my rifles. Hopefully it's cheaper than a thordsen
It's actually Romanian AK!
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Old 05-19-2019, 8:47 PM
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It's actually Romanian AK!
Oooooh just saw, Romania parts kit and barrel on a US receiver. Pretty cool
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Looking forward to RA AK version.
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Old 05-22-2019, 8:45 AM
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There will be spacers included, to give you -1/+2 inch length of pull difference from a standard AK stock.
There's a reason AK's have shorter stock, it works the best and it should be that way, nose as close to the receiver.
The only real benefit for longer stock is some unusually weird optic/eye relief.

Longer fixed stock is a no go for me.
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