Got an AK Parts Kit? This ebook shows you how to build it right!
The AK-47 and its variants are world-renowned for being simple, rugged and nearly indestructible. But if you wanted to build your own Kalashnikov rifle there was no good single source of construction information—until now.
This new series dives deep into proven techniques of home-built AKs. Profusely illustrated with numerous photos and diagrams, these manuals will show you exactly how to assemble your AK parts kit step-by-step. Your build will go easy using our techniques, recommended tools, and veteran builder tips/tricks...all with a critical focus on both safety & quality.
The highly anticipated Volume Two covers a full parts kit build, from receiver flat/shell or already complete receiver through assembly, final fitting, and tuning. Alternate tools and methods are discussed throughout, as well as steps for both the AKM, AK-74 models (and various other variants of each like Yugo models, and the Krinkov). With over 225 images, that make the procedures both clear and easy to understand.
Required build parts list
Demilling of the parts kits
Bending the receiver flat
Fitting and riveting of front/rear trunnions
Attaching and tuning the rails
Mounting the trigger guard
Receiver heat treatment
Installing the furniture
Assembling the internals - and more...
If you have been waiting for the 'definitive AK assembly guide' before building your AK, wait no more.
Volume II continues the journey, showing every step to complete your matching or newly populated AK parts kit into a complete functional and safe rifle.
“A well needed source of information for the new builder. “
“Very thorough. Lots of details and tips by a legendary builder. This is all you need to start building. Even seasoned builders can pick up new techniques and methods. Every AK builder should own a copy of this book like the bible. I definitely look forward to the next volume. “
“Simply outstanding. "Build your own AK" walks you through step by step on some the difficult areas of home gunsmithing of an AK47/74. Full of illustrations and backed by years of first hand building knowledge.”