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    Default AK47 3d models or prints

    Hello

    Im sure this has been asked before but I couldn't find it doing a forum search..
    Does anyone know where I can find prints or even better yet 3d files for an ak47 receiver? I might start a form 1 build for hobby purposes.

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    ATF bait......

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    No not atf bait. Im planning on doing a legal form 1 build thats all. Anyways I found a website that shows the critical dimensions for the receiver.

    Thanks

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    Here's a laser template for the flat.

    use a press brake to bend the top lips. get a 60 thou AK die from AKbuilder.com to final form the receiver. or AKbuilder only gets like $35 for a flat. save your time and buy them there.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Thanks Karl

    Going the sheet metal way definitely seems faster and easier. I still want to mill a receiver out of 4140. I think it is somewhat difficult honing in on a specific receiver cad file is because of all the different imported parts kits options..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobo View Post
    ATF bait......
    Ugh, legal to build your own receiver in semi auto.

    On a gunsmithing forum you think by now everyone would know this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug W View Post
    Ugh, legal to build your own receiver in semi auto.

    On a gunsmithing forum you think by now everyone would know this.
    It's a machinist forum, not a gunsmith forum.

    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by weaselfire View Post
    It's a machinist forum, not a gunsmith forum.

    Jeff

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    You do realize this IS the GUNSMITHING sub forum, right?

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    No form 1 needed for a semiautomatic , you cannot do a select fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    You do realize this IS the GUNSMITHING sub forum, right?
    Well that certainly might explain many of the goofy and erroneous comments.

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    There are plenty of prints out there but a lot of them are incorrect,
    This one is correct because it was made from the original Russian prints. I know this because I have the complete set of prints for the milled(AK) and stamped (AKM) rifles.
    Izhevsk AKM Receiver – Ing. Robert Forbus, International


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