Yugos, despite being built by Century, are reliable and have good quality (as they are built on new US receivers instead of remachined ones like Romanian WASRs); they represent a very good value for the money. (Be aware that the gas tube and certain other parts are unique to Yugos.)Too many choices and not enough experience knowing much about them. Is there a big difference between all the foreign models ? I was looking at J&G Sales and they these listed, but I don't know what would be the better choice. Any suggestions ?
That would be great. I don't know that many places to shop around online. I would like to know some reliable spots to go look and compare.Bulgarian FTW.
I can point you in the direction of lower prices if you like. Your dealer is going to make his very small commish either way, may as well get it from a major wholesaler.
Well, I did just that today. I didn't expect the shop to have one, but he had a Saiga 7.62x39 in stock today. Almost $150 cheaper than the WASR10 that he also had in stock and seemed like a better built rifle, so I bought the Saiga. I had to come home and cut the grass, so I haven't gotten to try it out yet.the only new AK i would get would be a saiga (http://www.raacfirearms.com/rifles.htm )or a vepr and they dont have any importer slap together parts. they are straight from the factory. or i would go to pawn shops, gunshows or gun broker and look for an MAK-90,MAK-91, or NHM-90. here is a good link for you to read up on the differant AK's that are out there. http://www.ak-47.net/ak47/index.html