Ok, guys stopped by my local gun shop, one of my buddies said they just got in a batch of Arsenal's, SLG 21's and SLR 107F's. I say wow and run up there after my night shift. After several minutes of fondling the Arsenals', me looks up at the wall rack and see this pretty looking "WASR" ?? My friend says, that ain't no WASR, it's a milled ATI.
So I fondle it and notice, it is one of the smoothest and cleanest looking Ak variants, I have seen. The wood is beautiful, the metal has been milled and buffed with no sharp edges anywhere. From what I understand, it is an American made receiver (green machining inc.) ?? The barrel is a Shaw barrel, and all internals are American made, the rest is "new" Russian surplus, (Russian stamped "1975" w/ the "star" next to it). They offer it for $500, out the door with taxes and background included. SOLD
me says and put it on hold till next week, I didn't have my passport, voter's ID or proof of citizenship with me, for an "Assault Rifle"
So, I have been researching it and it seems it is a thin-milled (1 mm) receiver, so you can use any part that will fit a stamped model. Any feed back, anyone with personal experience with it ?? I figure if it isn't impressive I can at least have another garage gun or bury gun
, I have my SLG=21 for a BOB-Rifle.
Also got a Vickers Blue force Sling for a good price, thrown in. So it appears in fondling that I need a "HK" clip or an adapter to attach it to the left hand guard sling "slit" Any suggestions ??
Pic's to follow when I get my grubs on it.