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Offline gopguy

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Polish Grim Reaper AKM
« on: December 13, 2017, 09:51:32 AM »
I picked this up awhile back at a gun show.  I suppose the stock art was inspired by Frank Iannamico's title for his excellent book  AK-47 The Grim Reaper.   Polish AKM made in 1972.  Excellent shooter and needless to say the art work on the stocks gets attention.  I guess I best not use this for home defense, I can imagine what an overzealous PC prosecutor would make of the looks of the beast.

This is on the forearm on the other side.

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Re: Polish Grim Reaper AKM
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2017, 07:20:58 PM »
nice, I like it.  thumb1

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Re: Polish Grim Reaper AKM
« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2018, 02:02:03 AM »
  Nice Polish AK! What receiver was used? I think the Polish kits were some of the best offered. I have a couple Polish AK's that were put together by Global Trades about ten years ago. They used their own receivers. I opted for the 6 milimeter thick receiver for strength overkill. And they matched my Receiver SN to the kit SN, so I like that. I have a couple more Polish kits to have assembled. I think I want at least one put together as the PMKMS Underfolder.

  How's it shoot? Any problems at first?