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my new ak with vintage night scope!

Discussion in 'General Military Arms & History Forum' started by new sks 2005, Aug 27, 2010.

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    out on the plaines of colorado!!
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    here it is with new wood instead of the black plastic that came on it and my vintage night scope that still works.
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    HOLY BULKINESS!!!! How much does it weigh? and how old is it. AK looks like a ROMAK
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    out on the plaines of colorado!!
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    Have you tried it at night? I had a ANPVS-4 in the USMC and it was fairly accurate out to 300 yards on an M16A2.
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    out on the plaines of colorado!!
    works really good but uses batteries like crazy!! it would be fun to shoot at night!:)
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    Especially if you can get a hold of some real Russian tracer rounds. They light up green in stead of red like the US issue stuff. I used to have some and fired them off many New Years ago.
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