Archive for the 'Romanian' Category

19
Jul
09

AK47 & AK74 Review

We took a few minutes to look at a few AK47s and AK74s.
AMD-65
WASR-10 (two types)
Global / Armory USA
Arsenal SLR 105
Polish Tantal
Bulgarian AK74
Romanian Mk II

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25
Mar
09

RPK Parks Kit vs the Romanian AKM Parts Kit

One of our sponsors, Arms of America gave us the opportunity to review some AK47 parts kits. Here we review the Romanian RPK parts kit with a Romanian AKM (AK47) Parts Kit. . Both started life as military rifles, each were at some point removed from service and eventually chopped into parts, then shipped to the US and were sold by the guys at Arms of America (no longer available)

Romanian RPK 7.62x39 Parts Kit. In real good condition with wear and minor use marks on the furniture. Barrel is Chrome Lined Romanian AKM 7.62x39 Parts Kit. All matching numbers. This kit was hand picked to use to compare because it is in what looks like unused condition

http://www.ak47builders.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1151272807&pid=163

RPK Parks Kit vs the Romanian AKM Parts Kit

25
Nov
08

WASR-10 Assembly

We had this WASR-10 apart for pictures. Here’s a quick video on how to put it back together again

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20
Oct
08

Draco AK47 Pistol

Here is another AK47 pistol imported from Romania. This one is well made but fairly crude compared to other AK47s. It has a unique front sight post / gas block and a modified (short range) rear sight. While its finish is crude, its workmanship is solid and it looks to be a good shooter. (we did not get to test fire it however)

Click Here for Full Review of Draco AK47 Pistol

Here is another AK47 pistol imported from Romania. This one is well made but fairly crude compared to other AK47s. It has a unique front sight post / gas block and a modified (short range) rear sight. While it's finish is crude, it's workmanship is solid and it looks to be a good shooter. (we did not get to test fire it however)

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1219989594&pid=1215

20
Oct
08

PSL / ROMAK 3

PSL are the letters for the words which mean semi-automatic rifle with scope in Romanian (Pusca Semiautomata cu Luneta) These are also called the ROMAK 3 (ROManian Avtomat Kalashnikov) The PSL has a stamped sheet metal receiver with reinforcement below the barrel trunion and in the rear (at circular cut-out) because of the strong recoil of the 7.62x54R round. The gas system is like an AK47 with its gas piston attached to the bolt carrier. These use a 5 or 10 round magazine and a 8×42 POSP scope

Click Here for Full Review of PSL from Century Arms International

PSL are the letters for the words which mean "semi-automatic rifle with scope" in Romanian (Pusca Semiautomata cu Luneta) These are also called the ROMAK 3 (ROManian Avtomat Kalashnikov) The PSL has a stamped sheet metal receiver with reinforcement below the barrel trunion and in the rear (at circular cut-out) because of the strong recoil of the 7.62x54R round. The gas system is like an AK47 with its gas piston attached to the bolt carrier. These use a 5 or 10 round magazine and a 8x42 POSP scope

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1211870733&pid=1037

20
Oct
08

Romanian G kit by Landcaster Arms

We took some pictures of this Romanian G kit assembled by Landcaster Arms in Goodyear, AZ. These are popular AK47s. They are sold as Original Russian Red (or Blond) While they are not historically accurate, they are good shooteing AK47 and many people like their apperence.

Click Here for Full Review of Romanian G kit by Landcaster Arms

We took some pictures of this Romanian G kit assembled by Landcaster Arms in Goodyear, AZ. These are popular AK47s. They are sold as Original Russian Red (or Blond) While they are not historically accurate, they are good shooteing AK47s and many people like their apperence

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1203872303&pid=869

20
Oct
08

SLR100 vs WASR-10

Bulgarian Arsenal AK47 and the Romanian WASR-10 go head to head.

The Bulgarian Arsenal AK47 and the Romanian WASR-10 go head to head. From a few feet away the untrained eye would see these as the same rifle, but they are really quite different

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1185132532&pid=536