This is Jeff’s Yugo M70 underfolder with our bulged Yugo M70 handguard set:
The handguard is based on a Zastava design that you will see on some of their import models. Our design has a reinforced bottom and uses an extra thick gas tube cover based on a wood M70 handguard set. The gas tube cover needs the Yugo gas tube retaining clip for a snug fit.
Scott Igert owns Modern Antique Firearms in Benton Harbor, MI, and is the force behind the Michigan Gun Exchange website. He replaced the furniture on the below Yugo M92 PAP:
The grip is our ARM9 (which is my favorite grip by the way and use it on my own rifles) and he used a Yugo M92 Ferrule Cut furniture set for the handguards. Both are in our Dark Russian Plum color with a blasted finish for good looks and a sure grip. I also like the contrast between the black ferrule and the color of the handguards – I think that is a nice accent.
This is Izzy’s wild SBR based on a C39 Micro with our Orca handguard:
Here are the details from Izzy:
I put a 7 slot magpul one piece rail section, drilled and tapped on the actual [handguard and the] rail is very strong I may add. The micro was something in my head for awhile so when I saw this 6.5 in with a billet receiver I was sold. Not too much was added to make it what it is. My own design charging handle. VZ 58 side folding stock drilled and pinned then use para cord for the extension NRM Defense did the cerakote in Tungsten with all the controls in black SLR muzzle brake Red star adjustable trigger assembly Magpul grip and mags with a Bravo Company vertical fore grip
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Jeffrey’s M92 looks pretty slick! He opted to use our Bulgarian AK-74 grip in Dark Russian Plum and sent in these photos:
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This shows what the M92 looks like today. I haven’t had time to go to the range yet but the “feel” is fantastic in terms of weight, balance and length. CNC Warrior nailed the folding arm brace. Wow – how cool it is!
Color:dark black Display: 2.0’IPS LCD Screen Wide Angle Lens: 170 degree Waterproof: Up to 100 Feet （30m） Compressed Format of Videos: H.264 Resolution of Photos: 16M/12M/10M/8M/5M/3M/2M/1.3M/VGA Storage: Support Micro TF card, up to 4GB ~ 32GB (not included in package) Battery: 900mAh Rechargable Li-ion battery (Detachable) Input/Output: Micro USB 2.0/ HDMI Time watermark: ON/OFF Image Sensor: Sony IMX179 8M 1 / 2.0inch BSI CMOS Power Source Interface: 5V/1A Package Contents 1 * Specialized Beautiful Box 1 * Back Clip 1 * Clip 1 * Arc Clip 1 * bicycle stand 3 * adapter bracket 4 * bandage 1 * fixed seat 1 * adapter 2 * helmet seat 1 * 3M adhesive tape wire rope 1 * B shell 1 * Micro USB Cable 4 * ribbon 1 * Waterproof Case 1 * wiping cloth 1 * Action Camera 1 * Waterproof Case 1 * 2.4G Remote and bandage 1* 1050mAh Battery(One is inside the cam)
Features: The versatile multi-height mount system (included) accommodates most firearms needing absolute or lower 1/3 co-witness heights, and mounts on standard Weaver or Picatinny bases (not included).
This is my personal Romy G rifle. It has a Midwest Industries rail, Magul CTR stock with cheek riser, Ace modular stock adapter and our custom AK Galil grip. The optic is a Primary Arms red dot. In the Mil-Spec tube is a C&H mercury recoil suppressor to split the recoil impulse plus it adds weight to the rear shifting the balance point further back.
This is an AK that has been outfit with Galil furniture. The grip is from us and is based on an actual IMI Galil grip but we filled in the selector notch on the left side plus we trimmed the extended tab on the nose.