Disassembly/Reassembly of the AK Type Semi-Auto Rifles
AGI Armorer’s Course for AKS-MAK 90-AK47 Semi-Auto Rifles
Bob Dunlap teaches this course on Mikhail Kalashnikovs masterpiece, the AK-47 Assault Rifle. This is the most successful, prolific and best personal infantry weapon in the world today. A cut-away gun is used so that you can actually see the operation and relationship of the internal parts.
If you want the quick course on how to get the Worlds Most Popular Assault Rifle apart, back together, and operating as intended, then this course is for you (if you want the “long course,” look into our basic 108 hour Professional Gunsmith Course.)
“How-To” AKS-MAK90-AK-47 Rifle Trigger Job
This rifle has an incredible reputation for reliability, but the trigger pull is often excessively heavy, rough, and crude. Get more performance from this rifle by improving one of its weakest features, the trigger pull.
Building the AKS Rifle
Build a Semi-Auto AK from a parts kit!
As I write this, our studio is littered with AK receivers, flats, tooling, and parts kits. From internet research (most of the information was absolutely wrong), experimenting with various construction techniques, to creating tooling and documenting everything with drawings, we took the long way around in order to find the best and easiest method for building a Semi-Auto AK from a parts kit.
You will be lost without this video! It seemed as though the variations of how you could build an AK from a kit were endless. Several gunsmiths and engineers from AGI poured over this process and tried various methods for forming and assembling receivers before we realized that in order to eliminate confusion and lower risk of failure, we needed to come up with one standardized procedure that would work for experienced perfectionist as well as the first-time, novice builder.
Bonus! 29 Tool Blueprints: