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AK's seized by French Military off East African coast

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Do they sell them by the pound?!?

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The article said the guns originated in Iran. As far as I know, Iran has never built AKs on a scale larger than a back room shop. Can anyone tell from looking what country these are from originally? The consistent color of the wood makes me think they're mostly all from the same country.

Poland? Romania?


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Apparently Iran has made use of its UNFROZEN monitary funds ....... Thank you Mr President !


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I hear the French are currently shipping these back to France to have white flags applied.


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I saw a closer image of some of the rifles in a pile some weeks ago, and many of them have hooded front sights and/or the Chinese side folder. It is also well known that China sold quite a few rifles to Iran during the Iran/Iraq war.

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11 hours ago, Cincylance said:

The article said the guns originated in Iran. As far as I know, Iran has never built AKs on a scale larger than a back room shop. Can anyone tell from looking what country these are from originally? The consistent color of the wood makes me think they're mostly all from the same country.

Poland? Romania?

Iran has been making AK's for quite some time. Here are some pics of them being made...

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25 minutes ago, Ron C in Las Vegas, NV said:

Iran has been making AK's for quite some time. Here are some pics of them being made...

Thanks for the info, I have no idea. Now I want an Iraqi AK!


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You want a Tabuk?

Check out two rivers arms.

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I like that logo Buddy;  My gun's not illegal, it's just undocumented.  I can see it now....  Sanctuary arsenals, social service ammo debit cards, and with my anchor HK33 baby, I can bring all her relatives over, legally at the government's expense.  Buddy, you should run for the oval office.

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Khru27Gg that was a classic response there I got a  laugh from it.

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the ones in the picture with a room full of ak's  hard to tell  they are all would stocked, but all have a bakelite lower handguard like east german ak's  but the wood it too dark for east germany,

the bulgarians used the same color and material for their lower handguards. I  dont think the chinese did

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