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Old April 27th, 2008, 12:09 AM #1
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Source for M70AB2 Wood handguards

Does anyone know of a site that sells wood handguards for Yugo underfolders? Also, a site with instructions on how to swap them would be helpful as well. I've checked Google without success. Thanks!
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Did you check Ironwood Designs?

http://www.ironwooddesigns.com/2aprod/1zAKproduct.html
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Does anyone know of a site that sells wood handguards for Yugo underfolders? Also, a site with instructions on how to swap them would be helpful as well. I've checked Google without success. Thanks!
TRBON8R sent me this link a while back

http://www.ironwooddesigns.com/2aprod/1zAKproduct.html
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Thanks for the link. I wish they offered them finished. I'd probably screw them up.
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Unfortunately almost all of the wood Yugo handguards are long gone. Most of what wasn't carved or beat up beyond recovery already went out on the earlier rifles. Ironwood would probably be your best bet. Get some old Romanian wood (as Count Dracula said to Lucy) for around ten dollars from Century and use that for practice. Once you get a little practice staining and finishing wood it gets pretty fun to be able to screw around with color combinations and finishes.

ETA: Centerfire has both upper and lower listed on their website; http://www.centerfiresystems.com/ind...ction=VIEWCATS


This guy also makes them, but he aint cheap.

http://gripsnstocks.com/index.html

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This guy also makes them, but he aint cheap.

http://gripsnstocks.com/index.html
Perfect. That is exactly what I was looking for. The price is reasonable for just the handguard. Thanks!
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Perfect. That is exactly what I was looking for. The price is reasonable for just the handguard. Thanks!
Grips and stocks is GREAT I got a set for my WASR-10 and he does an EXCELLENT job. He's a member of the AKfiles. You should email him first and let him know what your looking for. I got all the componets with the pistol grip in a white oak with a gloss. Here is a pic of the stock set. Cost me somewhere around $200 but worth every cent!




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Furniture removal is EASY!

Here ya go DD214. It's two pages.

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http://www.gunsnet.net/Linx310/furnitureremoval2.htm
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