New East German Military AK-47 Folding StockResults 1 to 11 of Recently there was a thread asking which country a certain eas folding AK stock came from. I put this thread together to make identifying the country of origin of these stock easier. There are slight, and moderate differences between each of the stocks. The East Folfing stocks differ in the size of the sling loops as well as the overall shape and milling of the main stock lug. In addition the small loop stock has a finish similar to east german ak folding stock for sale fine flat black parkerizing.
Romanian, East German, Polish AK Side folding stock comparison
Results 1 to 11 of Recently there was a thread asking which country a certain side folding AK stock came from. I put this thread together to make identifying the country of origin of these stock easier. There are slight, and moderate differences between each of the stocks.
The East German stocks differ in the size of the sling loops as well as the overall shape and milling of the main stock lug. In addition the small loop stock has a finish similar to a fine flat black parkerizing.
The large loop stock has a shiny finish and looks to be a baked on type coating. Both stocks utilize the same lever assembly as well as the other small parts. The East German stocks mount to the AK rear trunion with one 5mm screw. The shape of the "butt plate" area of the East German is a distinct "triangle" shape similar in the Polish.
My guess on the reason for the difference between the two East German stock is. The small sling loop stock was made for the 7. The Romanian stocks are both very different from each other. In addition to the lever vs. The photos tell the story. Both Romanian stocks have the same rough parkerized finish, and mount to the AK rear trunion with two 5mm screws. The shape of the "butt plate" area of the Romanian is distinctly different from either the East German or the Polish stock.
The Romanian has a "curve" in the metal where the folded portion is welded back to the main stock strut. The "para cord" wrapped around the strut of the Romanian stock is a "shooter" modification, done to make the cheek weld more comfortable.
The Polish Tantal wz. It is lever operated, but the lever is of a different shape than either the Romanian or the East German. The overall length of the stock when extended is approx.
The stock is mounted to the AK rear trunion with one screw as well as two roll pins which are driven through the AK rear trunion into stock lug through the two holes shown in the photos.
The finish on the Tantal stock is a lighter gray parkerized type finish. I never met a gun I didn't like! Dogs are better people than most people. Thank you Thanks for the great lesson. Those were great pics. I would add the Romanian stock is alot easier to install. Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements. I like the Romanian push button best of all, I will sticky this thread Join Date Feb Posts I've always really liked my push button Romanian.
It feels very solid, and uses a standard rear tang. I've always felt it was superior to an underfolder. Too bad the romanian pushbutton type is harder to find and commands a premium price. The best in my oppinion.
The small sling loop e german is for the Ak47 ,and the large loop for the Ak I would like to die peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather. Not yelling and screaming in agony like the passengers in his car.
I just bought a WSAR10 today and it has the Romanian push button side folding stock already installed. How is the para cord put on? I have a Romanian lever-folder coming for my Saiga 7. I plan on doing that again, and I will post pictures. Join Date Dec Posts Reviving an old one here with a question that may have been answered but I can't find it using search. Is there anyway to tighten up a Romi push button folder? Disassemble and clean , check for worn parts.
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