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    AK Variant

    Any AK variant oughta' be fair game in Other Long Arms. I love a good milsurp.
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    Nice looking wood on the Yugo.
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    Good looking rifles! But what is that contraption in the bottom photo!?
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    It's a well accessorized Mosin Nagant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lomax View Post
    It's a well accessorized Mosin Nagant.
    Sooooo...it's kind of like a bayonet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lomax View Post
    It's a well accessorized Mosin Nagant.
    LOL maybe more like a bizarrely accessorized Mosin Nagant!

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    What in the tap-dancing foxglove is that thing!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    What in the tap-dancing foxglove is that thing!?
    I have one word....BAAAAD-ASH! Can you imagine firing it with that trigger bar? You'd only get one shot with the Mosin but could fire multiples with the AK-onet...
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    Sorry, I just don't see the point of it.
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    Your top two rifles look excellent, especially the SKS, but I have to admit that the bottom one looks like a "homey special". It is most certainly unique!
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