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Old 03-29-2017, 08:23 PM   #106
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I have a Milled Norinco Mak 90 Sporter Under-Folder. I don't know if there were any milled "Mak 90 Under-Folders". The under-folder is a satin black, where the rest is a very nice Blueing and like new blonde furniture. The stock does have the correct slant.
The rear of the receiver has a slightly curved plate covering the rear that blends in exactly with the receiver and blueing. All matching numbers with all original double hook FCG parts. I'm wondering was it originally a thumb-hole stock. The muzzle brake is pinned. The serial# starts with 93 which from what I've read indicates 1993 production. So if it's originally a thumb-hole stock I need to start doing the 922r thing, correct?


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Old 03-30-2017, 12:46 AM   #107
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I'm really not sure why you are sending folks to other places, when the exact information at one of your links is found in post #1 of this very thread.
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Old 03-30-2017, 11:04 AM   #108
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The ATF conducted a study at the end of 1997 that determined certain features and styles of thumbhole stocks would also be added to the 1990 922(r) regulations. One is the ability to accept MILITARY magazines greater than 10 rounds in capacity. Most of the other additions were various thumbhole stocks were determined to have separate pistol grips or capable of being converted to separate pistol grips. The Romanian AK thumbhole stock survived but several others were banned from future installing, but grandfathered on the rifles they were imported.

Between the 1989 import ban and the 1990 922(r) parts count, there wasn't a parts count and imported rifles could be converted. Also there was a period that rifles with US-made receivers, such as FAL's, were exempt, until the passing of 922(r) in 1990, as they weren't considered imported. Entreprise and Armscorp made, "pre-ban" FAL receivers in this period, but they had to be built into pre-ban rifles before 922(r) to be exempt from 922(r). A company in California made defective AK receivers and rifles in this time also.
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Old 11-05-2017, 10:02 AM   #109
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Are NFA (mainly sbr) builds subject to 922r?
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Old 11-05-2017, 10:20 AM   #110
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Are NFA (mainly sbr) builds subject to 922r?
No.

An approved tax stamp grants permission to build a "non sporting" firearm.

We've done this to death here: NFA & 922r @ AK Files
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