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Author Topic: Modifying a Century Arms (ak-47) bullpup  (Read 1565 times)
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« on: September 26, 2012, 09:42:59 AM »

I realize that most likely these are not to be modified, and I should be happy with the way it is, as is... but I really want to put a scope on mine. I scared crapless to drill in the plastic though, I'm sure after I shoot a few rounds she'll get too hot for the hole drilled.

Any one else modify theirs?

BTW I am pleased the way she is now, and am willing to just let her be, but I have an extra scope and would love to put it on.

I'm a prepper, I tattooed my makeup... I'll look good killing the zombies Wink
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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2012, 06:16:43 AM »


Does your AK have the riveted scope mount on the left side of the receiver?  It would be underneath your heat shield/cheek piece.  If it is there, you are GTG as far as scope mounts.

If not, then you'll probably need to go with an up-and-over style scope rail, which would mean losing your rear sight, so there would be no co-witness with the iron sights.


I am running one on my Saiga .223 bullpup, and like it a bunch.  It mounts with one screw at the rear tang, and slips under your adjustable rear site ramp mount, in its place.

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