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Old 06-18-2018, 05:26 PM   #1
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Default My lynx has finally arrived.

Initial impressions is that this 100% polish ak pistol is well built. Polish and circle 10 mags lock in with minimal wiggle. All the rivets are flush and the optic rail is secure. If it shoots as well as it looks, Atlantic Firearms better order more from Poland.




And finally the sniper configuration

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Old 06-18-2018, 05:27 PM   #2
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Holy huge photos, Batman!
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Old 06-18-2018, 06:25 PM   #3
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Has anyone had any experience with the following: definitive arms underfolder adapter and securing a pic rail to the back of an ak receiver for use of a folding sig brace/stock? I realize slight DIY work will be required (i.e. trimming back the DA underfolder adapter to fit around the optic rail).

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Old 06-18-2018, 06:45 PM   #4
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Old 06-18-2018, 06:52 PM   #5
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Very nice, best of luck with it.
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Old 06-18-2018, 06:53 PM   #6
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I think the DA adapter will not work because of the rivet for the scope rail is within the area where the DA bolts in

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Has anyone had any experience with the following: definitive arms underfolder adapter and securing a pic rail to the back of an ak receiver for use of a folding sig brace/stick? I realize slight DIY work will be required (i.e. trimming back the DA underfolder adapter to fit around the optic rail).
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Just going by looks, I believe the rear bolt on the adapter should remain unmolested on the left side. I'm thinking 3 out of the 4 should be secure enough. Thoughts?
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Can you pull the top cover off and take a photo of the rear trunnion so we can see if the cut out for the under folder is already there. Thanks!
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Can you pull the top cover off and take a photo of the rear trunnion so we can see if the cut out for the under folder is already there. Thanks!
Yes itís there.
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Old 06-18-2018, 09:10 PM   #13
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The availability of all types and styles of arm brace, including collapsing and folding ones, has really made SBRing less appealing/exciting. At least that is for some guns.
I just got a folding brace for my Z5K and in all honesty it is just as useable and ergonomic as an actual B+T side folding stock.

So I can definitely appreciate where you are coming from.
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Drill and tap for a pignose, look cleaner
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Old 06-19-2018, 06:51 AM   #15
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Looks good.
Now toss those wood HG's on it.
Go shoot it at least...
Then get back to us.
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I agree with this !
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Old 06-19-2018, 10:01 AM   #17
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Looks good.
Now toss those wood HG's on it.
Go shoot it at least...
Then get back to us.
I plan to. This post was intended for those still on the fence and was looking for some basic information. This is my first ak pistol so the testing should be fun and quite a learning experience.
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I plan to. This post was intended for those still on the fence and was looking for some basic information. This is my first ak pistol so the testing should be fun and quite a learning experience.

I was coming here to look for info on this AK pistol. Just came across it on Atlantics site and would like to get a AK pistol and put a brace on it. Like others said I dont know that I will SBR anything (I like im sure ill do something lol) unless the ATF changes there view on braces.

New to adding braces to AKs...what is this pig noise thing yall speak of...guess i'll have to google-foo that.

Are the threads concentric if I were to look for an adapter to run a suppressor on it?

Great looking pistol keep us posted!

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Old 06-19-2018, 10:49 AM   #19
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I agree with this !
I have a couple of questions under the muzzle nut is it threaded and if so what is the thread size.
Also if one wanted to SBR it and use a underfolder stock would the polish one work like this one
https://www.robertrtg.com/store/pc/U...AKMS-p3775.htm
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I was able to pick up mine. It is being modded but the right folding hinge is being fitted. Didn’t want to go the UF route because I want to use the side rail. Probably won’t F1 this either. Just finished threading the muzzle and a couple more things. Ill get to put it through the paces this week.

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Old 06-19-2018, 10:59 AM   #21
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I was able to pick up mine. It is being modded but the folding hinge is being fitted, just finished threading the muzzle and a couple more things. Ill get to put it through the paces this week.


Is the muzzle not threaded already? What hinge did you go with and what brace/stock do you plan to run?
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I was able to pick up mine. It is being modded but the right folding hinge is being fitted. Didnít want to go the UF route because I want to use the side rail. Probably wonít F1 this either. Just finished threading the muzzle and a couple more things. Ill get to put it through the paces this week.
I thought the muzzle was already threaded..... So, that's not a thread protector on the muzzle?
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Is the muzzle not threaded already? What hinge did you go with and what brace/stock do you plan to run?
The muzzle is not threaded but it is cut to size so a die with a pilot makes it a five minute job. I just taped the detent compressed so I didn't have to remove it. Hinge is from CNCwarrior.
Planning on a Shockwave or GHW, Mod 2 brace.
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I thought the muzzle was already threaded..... So, that's not a thread protector on the muzzle?
No, it is simply a spot welded collar. I promised Matt & Blaine for a review when all is said and done but there are multiple sources that point out the muzzle is not threaded including Atlantic.


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No, it is simply a spot welded collar. I promised Matt & Blaine for a review when all is said and done but there are multiple sources that point out the muzzle is not threaded including Atlantic.


Ahh ok...well thats not too bad of a thing I guess? So I would be able to thread it and run my omega or hybrid without the use of an adapter? I am not interested in running the "correct" polish muzzle devices. I am good with typical MD and running my suppressors on it if thats possible. Does that detente pin get in the way of that plan?

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Ahh ok...well thats not too bad of a thing I guess? So I would be able to thread it and run my omega or hybrid without the use of an adapter? I am not interested in running the "correct" polish muzzle devices. I am good with typical MD and running my suppressors on it if thats possible. Does that detente pin get in the way of that plan?
You can remove a detent pin in a couple minutes by removing the forward most pin on the front sight block
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You can remove a detent pin in a couple minutes by removing the forward most pin on the front sight block
Nice...ok so it seems my goal would be GTG.
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No, it is simply a spot welded collar. I promised Matt & Blaine for a review when all is said and done but there are multiple sources that point out the muzzle is not threaded including Atlantic.

COOL! Thanks for posting!

I just finished building an AK pistol so I'll have to pass on this... The Lynx pistol however, looks really nice. The fit and finished appears to be very nice compare to Arsenals.

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I was coming here to look for info on this AK pistol. Just came across it on Atlantics site and would like to get a AK pistol and put a brace on it. Like others said I dont know that I will SBR anything (I like im sure ill do something lol) unless the ATF changes there view on braces.

New to adding braces to AKs...what is this pig noise thing yall speak of...guess i'll have to google-foo that.

Are the threads concentric if I were to look for an adapter to run a suppressor on it?

Great looking pistol keep us posted!

Pignose is a bolt on adapter that allows use of art style tube and therefore are style braces
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The muzzle is not threaded but it is cut to size so a die with a pilot makes it a five minute job. I just taped the detent compressed so I didn't have to remove it. Hinge is from CNCwarrior.
Planning on a Shockwave or GHW, Mod 2 brace.

Mod 2 is where its at bud, have one myself on a custom milled pistol build with canis adapter.

Cost more than Shockwave...worth it in looks and feel though
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Pignose is a bolt on adapter that allows use of art style tube and therefore are style braces
I had since googled it some to see what it was all about thanks!

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Mod 2 is where its at bud, have one myself on a custom milled pistol build with canis adapter.

Cost more than Shockwave...worth it in looks and feel though
I agree with this, I have both KAK on a ar15 and the tail hook on a scorpion. If I pick one of these up I am going to look at he SBA3 as well for some adjust ability
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I agree with this !
I'd go with the ace m4 side folding adapter. The beauty of an AK pistol is how small a package it is with a folded stock/brace. If you just want a brace check out the usmachinegun.com braces.
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So is there anything (serial number) that would interfere with the front latch for a Russian/Bulgarian side folding stock?
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Here is a picture of the WBP Lynx AK47 Pistol the serial number info would interfere with the side folder latch.









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