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    AKPAP Zastava PAP Semi-Auto AK-47 Wood Stock 7.62x39 w/2 30rd Mags $645.00

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    Nice looking rifle!

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    Since when did Zastava change over to a AKM receiver???
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    I've been considering one of these. Wonder how well that rail on the cover is for holding zero with a scope mounted?
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    I have the EAA imported 10 rnd ss Zastava which I believe is on an RPK receiver they seemed to have been tweeked for easier Century conversion since then. The rail is tight to the cover but there is a little wiggle room on the cover itself, but it is still accurate within 50-100 yards anything past that you would want a side rail or front mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Simmons View Post
    I've been considering one of these. Wonder how well that rail on the cover is for holding zero with a scope mounted?
    i have one on layaway, already converted for hicap. $700
    the railed dust cover will be the 1st to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    I have the EAA imported 10 rnd ss Zastava which I believe is on an RPK receiver they seemed to have been tweeked for easier Century conversion since then. The rail is tight to the cover but there is a little wiggle room on the cover itself, but it is still accurate within 50-100 yards anything past that you would want a side rail or front mount.
    Thanks for the info.
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    I purchased one of these about a week ago. Have not got to the range yet. Probably will stick to the stock mags as everyone says feed problems occur with conversion efforts.

    My first AK purchase. I hope it was a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Simmons View Post
    I've been considering one of these. Wonder how well that rail on the cover is for holding zero with a scope mounted?
    I tried a cover mounted scope & it was horrible. I had a scope mount screwed into the side of my gun (aftermarket).

    Nowadays, the original Soviet style scope mounts are common.

    I advise getting one and having a gunsmith mount it. That's pretty straightforward for them.
    You can also use the original Warsaw pact style scopes with too for a more authentic experience.

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