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Old February 15, 2013, 08:43 AM   #16
Skans
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The firing mechanism in an AK is pretty simple - there should be no reason to ever need a gunsmith to look at it. If this was happening to me, I'd simply buy a set of Tapco parts and install them - $30. If installing new fire control parts doesn't fix the problem then the only other problem it could be is a receiver that is out of spec - holes not drilled in the right location, etc. In that case, there's nothing a gunsmith can do to fix the problem that wouldn't be ridiculously expensive. (nothing I'm aware of)
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