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I just took apart my friends Mak 90, to replace the FCG for him.

I never realized that an ak trigger system depends on a ball point pen spring, a fancy paper clip (shepards hook), and braided wire. WOW.:D:
 

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I just took apart my friends Mak 90, to replace the FCG for him.

I never realized that an ak trigger system depends on a ball point pen spring, a fancy paper clip (shepards hook), and braided wire. WOW.:D:

Pretty much. lol


Braided wire springs are pretty standard for hammer springs.
 

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I replaced my paper clip with e clips.

I will take simplicity over complexity, if it works. I have never had a problem with my AK trigger.
 

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I replaced my paper clip with e clips.

I will take simplicity over complexity, if it works. I have never had a problem with my AK trigger.


Agreed, I wasn't complaining. Hey, if anything, it makes emergency repairs easier.
 

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Its a harsh lesson but the bottom line is the owner would not have purchased the spare parts and now all that is needed is a spring kit. Plus one of the best AKs ever sold which is no longer available in the US got a huge upgrade all the way through. I think 922 is forced parts storage in an odd way.
 

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Its a harsh lesson but the bottom line is the owner would not have purchased the spare parts and now all that is needed is a spring kit. Plus one of the best AKs ever sold which is no longer available in the US got a huge upgrade all the way through. I think 922 is forced parts storage in an odd way.
Is that the VEPR that your speaking of?
 
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