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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by AKFTW » Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:16 pm

Looking great! I'd still mount a light on there because otherwise you have the makings of a very practical SBR!
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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rick Shaw » Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:52 pm

AKFTW wrote:Looking great! I'd still mount a light on there because otherwise you have the makings of a very practical SBR!
No flashlight will be mounted.
I had one on my rifle for two of my three iraq combat tours.
I did not use it once. It was just extra weight.

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Doctorr Fabulous » Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:07 pm

Rick Shaw wrote:
AKFTW wrote:Looking great! I'd still mount a light on there because otherwise you have the makings of a very practical SBR!
No flashlight will be mounted.
I had one on my rifle for two of my three iraq combat tours.
I did not use it once. It was just extra weight.
Did you do home defense in Iraq? Do you have NVGs on your nightstand?
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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by hatchtrikk » Wed Mar 13, 2013 8:09 pm

That does look nice.

I concur with AKFTW. There's a 100% chance of dark daily. IMO, the advantage of light trumps the disadvantage of weight.
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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rick Shaw » Thu Mar 14, 2013 3:51 am

Doctorr Fabulous wrote:
Rick Shaw wrote:
AKFTW wrote:Looking great! I'd still mount a light on there because otherwise you have the makings of a very practical SBR!
No flashlight will be mounted.
I had one on my rifle for two of my three iraq combat tours.
I did not use it once. It was just extra weight.
Did you do home defense in Iraq? Do you have NVGs on your nightstand?
There is no way I'm using 7.62x39 for home defense. I have nieghbors to think about.

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rick Shaw » Thu Mar 14, 2013 3:54 am

hatchtrikk wrote:That does look nice.

I concur with AKFTW. There's a 100% chance of dark daily. IMO, the advantage of light trumps the disadvantage of weight.
There is only value if its used. Its only useful if I use it.
I will never use a flashlight so its going to be useless on my rifle.

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by bgnad » Mon Jul 01, 2013 4:34 pm

Thank you so much for this thread, I have this same AK pistol and have been wanting to do some very similar mods to it, so you have helped me immensely! :clap:
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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by cheech_sp » Tue Jul 02, 2013 3:14 pm

I just ordered an M92 to SBR, should be fun. What kind of wait time is expected for a tax stamp?

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rick Shaw » Tue Jul 02, 2013 9:52 pm

cheech_sp wrote:I just ordered an M92 to SBR, should be fun. What kind of wait time is expected for a tax stamp?
My check was cashed by the ATF on 12/27/2012 for my C93 pistol SBR....
I am still waiting so more than 6 months is good answer.

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rogue45 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:09 pm

I love it. Looking forward to seeing the finished product.
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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rick Shaw » Wed Jul 03, 2013 9:15 am

Rogue45 wrote:I love it. Looking forward to seeing the finished product.
Got 3 more months till I can legally get this stock on.
Waiting blows.

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by crackdaddy » Thu Jan 09, 2014 1:52 am

hey i dont mean to be one of those guys, buy since this is not an old thread and i was no one chimed in which i usually see..
my 2 cents... do want you want..
i am by no means an "expert" in the subject matter, but i do have an nfa trust and have done a lot of research on various matters..
so take it for whats its worth...

the possession of the folding stock in close proximity to pistol can be considered intent to manufacture or "constructive intent" of an nfa item, thus illegal without the stamp in hand..
also be careful to store nfa items in locked separate area from no-nfa items.. ie (dont put a spare sbr upper for ar-15 with your pile of normal ar-15, as this implies intent to use with non nfa items..
just saying... i could care less who does what .. but get good info on nfa related stuff to be sure for a laywer who has knowledge in the matter..
guntrustlawyer.com is who i use.. you may have a local guy, but find a lawyer you can ask things like storing nfa items, building etc...
just good insurance..

btw, awesome build...

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rick Shaw » Fri Jan 10, 2014 10:12 pm

crackdaddy wrote:hey i dont mean to be one of those guys, buy since this is not an old thread and i was no one chimed in which i usually see..
my 2 cents... do want you want..
i am by no means an "expert" in the subject matter, but i do have an nfa trust and have done a lot of research on various matters..
so take it for whats its worth...

the possession of the folding stock in close proximity to pistol can be considered intent to manufacture or "constructive intent" of an nfa item, thus illegal without the stamp in hand..
also be careful to store nfa items in locked separate area from no-nfa items.. ie (dont put a spare sbr upper for ar-15 with your pile of normal ar-15, as this implies intent to use with non nfa items..
just saying... i could care less who does what .. but get good info on nfa related stuff to be sure for a laywer who has knowledge in the matter..
guntrustlawyer.com is who i use.. you may have a local guy, but find a lawyer you can ask things like storing nfa items, building etc...
just good insurance..

btw, awesome build...
thanks for the concern.
I would think me filing the form1 and paying 200 bucks shows my intent for a legal sbr build.
the nfa rules are numerous and ridiculous

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by kokopelli » Sat Feb 08, 2014 10:49 am

any updates on your build?

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by Rick Shaw » Sat Feb 08, 2014 1:35 pm

kokopelli wrote:any updates on your build?
after 8 months of waiting on approval (government shutdown and what not) I gave up on the project.
sent a letter to the batfe to cancel my form1 and sold the project to my buddy who had his Sot builders license.

he finished it and was able sell it completed.

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Re: AK SBR Project : Yugo M92 PAP

Post by lilMAC25 » Fri Jul 25, 2014 12:55 pm

Rick Shaw wrote:
kokopelli wrote:any updates on your build?
after 8 months of waiting on approval (government shutdown and what not) I gave up on the project.
sent a letter to the batfe to cancel my form1 and sold the project to my buddy who had his Sot builders license.

he finished it and was able sell it completed.
Sorry to hear you dropped this.

I just started mine. 1 step for me will be having a barrel extension (fake can) pinned and welded. I'll be using it as a 16" rifle until I get my stamp back.

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