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Further plans still include a '74-style muzzle brake to complete the AK-103 cloning process, and a fast-acquisition optic like a Kobra or similar, but the major work is finally finished. I think I filed the mag catch just a hair too much (there's just a little forward-to-back mag wobble), but some range time to make sure all is well will answer that question. All in all it was fun, and it's time to go shooting. :cool:

Parts list for anyone who's interested:

Dinzag:
Bullet guide
Gas piston
Trigger guard
Screw-on lower hand-guard retainer
Gas tube
Pistol grip nut
Plastic hole plugs
Steel FCG pin retainer plate

K-Var:
All furniture
Gas tube "rattle" spring
Lower hand-guard retainer spring

Milsurpstuff.com:
Tapco single-hook G2 FCG (mostly because Dinzag was sold out at the time of order)

Red Star Arms:
Hogue pistol grip
LULA mag loader

 

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Very nice! Congrats!

I hope you get the super glue off, and I too don't know anything that will get it off without marring the paint, besides maybe a razor blade and a steady hand.
 

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For anybody who's interested, I used a little nail polish remover and it took the glue off without damaging the finish. Just don't linger in one place for too long.
 

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Me likey Dan. Good job.
 
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