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Old 10-11-2012, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default Yugo M-92 pistol in progress...

I just mailed my form 1, now for the big wait.
I'll be installing an ACE folder.
Thanks to AK-Builder.com for the flash hider,
IKLINDO for the detent & spring, and Echo93 for the sling plate.






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Old 10-11-2012, 07:42 PM   #2
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That's looking sexy. Where can i get that sling?
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:25 AM   #3
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That's a Romanian one from my SAR-1.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:11 AM   #4
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I am planning to do the same thing, install an Ace folder. I installed one on a Draco without problem but how will it do with the angled rear of the PAP M92? Will it need some kind of adapter plate?
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Old 10-12-2012, 10:27 AM   #5
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I am planning to do the same thing, install an Ace folder. I installed one on a Draco without problem but how will it do with the angled rear of the PAP M92? Will it need some kind of adapter plate?
I didn't notice an "angle"...look straight to me.
I need to investigate. Thanks.
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Old 10-13-2012, 11:54 AM   #6
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Nice looking setup. I will be interested to hear how the ACE folder install goes and how you end up doing it.
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Old 10-13-2012, 12:32 PM   #7
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I really don't think there's an "angle" issue on the pistol.
Are they talking about the PAP rifle?
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Old 10-13-2012, 12:56 PM   #8
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No the pistol. I SBR'd a Draco using the ACE folder but the rear of the PAP M92pistol has a "slight" angle cut to it, but maybe not enough to make a difference.
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Cool. I'm jazzed.

...but I researched the "angle" thing.
I hope someone comes up with a "shim" or other solution
in the next 6 months.
Thanks guys.

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Old 10-15-2012, 12:04 AM   #10
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Someone should make a removable stock attachment adadptor that would fit into the sling attatchment you have.... Looks good!
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Old 10-15-2012, 06:28 AM   #11
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Someone should make a removable stock attachment adadptor that would fit into the sling attatchment you have.... Looks good!
That would be interesting but I wouldn't trust it.
That plate is held by friction only.
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Old 10-15-2012, 09:08 PM   #12
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That would be interesting but I wouldn't trust it.
That plate is held by friction only.
you do know u can get an underfolder trunnon from a gutted kit and install it. the only draw back is u would have to send in more paperwork the the ATF to have your serial number moved some where else on the reciver. P.S dont know the name of the paperwork.
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Default Rear Stock Adapter

Our new rear stock adapter is a simple solution versus cutting, tapping or welding the rear of the receiver. It makes it easy to add a folding stock without any drilling or welding to the PAP.

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Our new rear stock adapter is a simple solution versus cutting, tapping or welding the rear of the receiver. It makes it easy to add a folding stock without any drilling or welding to the PAP.

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...now that's interesting...I thought your adapter was only going to be
an angled "plate" to go in-between the drilled & tapped back plate of the receiver. I think I will go with your solution.
I already have an ECHO93 sling plate between the grip and receiver
and it's solid.
I suppose your solution should work as well or better.
(without any real "mods")
Thanks!
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Our new rear stock adapter is a simple solution versus cutting, tapping or welding the rear of the receiver. It makes it easy to add a folding stock without any drilling or welding to the PAP.

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Will you be making a fixed stock version as well...?? Here in NJ we cant have folders....
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Both of our adapters will allow you to add either a two hole (ACE) type stock or the standard AR buffer tube type stock. Both types of stocks have solid, non adjustable versions.
The same flat mount adapter and the modular ACE skeleton stock without the folding adapter will be priced around $162. or so + shipping. It will be added to the site as well in the next few days.
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Both of our adapters will allow you to add either a two hole (ACE) type stock or the standard AR buffer tube type stock. Both types of stocks have solid, non adjustable versions.
The same flat mount adapter and the modular ACE skeleton stock without the folding adapter will be priced around $162. or so + shipping. It will be added to the site as well in the next few days.
Sounds good!
Are the screws "just" long enough to not hit the back of the receiver?
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yes, they thread in flush and can be cut a bit shorter if needed.
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yes, they thread in flush and can be cut a bit shorter if needed.
Thank you sir.
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Old 10-21-2012, 07:53 AM   #21
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How is the reflex sight attached to the cover in your pic?
(dovetail to weaver adapter?)
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Stormwerkz rail?
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Stormwerkz rail?
Just put the Stormwerkz rail on my 106UR lastnight with PA Micro....Range today and was sick!! Great little rail for 40.00!
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I'll have to look into one. Thanks y'all.
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I threaded two holes into the cover and attached a rail. Also, I will have our new spiked, ported muzzle brakes threaded for the huge 26 x1.5mm ready in a week or so.
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Will you be making a fixed stock version as well...?? Here in NJ we cant have folders....
But AK pistols and SBR's are legal?.........Hmmmm...I guess you can weld a fake can on it to make it legal.
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Old 10-22-2012, 10:30 AM   #27
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But AK pistols and SBR's are legal?.........Hmmmm...I guess you can weld a fake can on it to make it legal.
It's plenty legal (in my state) after $200 an a six month wait.
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But AK pistols and SBR's are legal?.........Hmmmm...I guess you can weld a fake can on it to make it legal.
Negative on the SBR and ak pistols... But if its converted to a rifle in another state, it then legal in NJ. At compliant length, and fixed stock.... NJ SUCKS ASS!!!
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Old 10-22-2012, 06:41 PM   #29
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Default NFA Engraving in Louisville / Southern Indiana

FYI I found someone around here to do my engraving.
He did a fine job on my PAP pistol.

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I found another way to mount a rail.
This is a dovetail to weaver adapter I found on an auction site.
It just happens to fit and tighten up just fine
on the little rail on my pistol's cover.
It might sit up bit high though.
I may end up tapping a couple of holes in the cover
for just the rail on this adapter. It's detachable.


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