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Old 06-02-2013, 16:33   #1
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i have a 75 round drum on the way...

i have a mak-90 milled rcvr, got a 75 round steel drum on the way.

anything i need to know special about the drums for this gun?

also, where can i get composit stocks for the mak-90 with a milled rcvr? all the ones ive seen were for the stamped and tried one but the stock screw holes didnt line up right....
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Old 06-04-2013, 23:31   #2
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no one? what is this room filled with california folks only or sumpin?
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Old 06-04-2013, 23:46   #3
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Wish I had one! I've thought about getting one, but never have... Looks like I will have to pull the trigger. Enjoy!!
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:58   #4
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I have a Romy 75 rd drum for my Yugo AK. Don't know how much different the MAK is. My drum works fine on most other AK's I've had.

Couple of tips. Keep the drum wound up. When it's not would tight it tends to not work as well. Also I had to mill the mag stem a bit for it to fit into my AK. It fits tight now but would not go in before. I probably milled off about 1mm if I recall. Others I know had the drum working right out of the box.

Nothing freaks the libs out more then an AK with a drum magazine. For that alone it's worth it.
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my ak is a mak-90..... the drum is an RWB(?) steel drum.....

ive watched the youtube videos and all that, i sure as hell hope i dont have to find a machinist to do some after market work... if so i will just resell the drum and stick with my magazines.
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Old 06-09-2013, 23:59   #6
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welp, got her in, loaded her up and played with her a bit.....

now on to the drum...LOL

actually its seems alright, lots of wiggled sound, figured the rounds would be held tighter under tention of the spring and all...

not sure when i'll get to rap off a few rounds but at least now i have more than the standard 30 and 40 round magazines...
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Old 06-10-2013, 04:10   #7
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Check with Choate Machine & Tool (www.riflestock.com). They sell a Dragonov stock set (comes with handguard) for the milled and stamped receivers.
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thanks but after looking its just a plastic version of the wood i already have....

i want the pistol grip and collapsible or folding stock and tac hand rail forestock...mainly for heat dispersion and hand protection.
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Send those guys a message telling them what you have and ask what you would need to do to get the type of stock you want on it.
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