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Chambered for the AK-47 7.62x39 round, the GP WASR Rifle from Century Arms International is incredibly sturdy and durable. Weighing in at only 7.5 pounds, this rifle is comfortable to carry in the field. Threaded barrel with slant brake, blue finish, wood stock, and forend, and adjustable sights. This WASR 10 also includes a muzzle device, bayonet lug, and a 30 round magazine.
Does NOT include a cleaning rod.

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$900 for a WASR...lol

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$900 for a Wasr. Yeesh.

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To bad they're raping us on mosin prices..

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identify this AK bump Stock for me from this video please, right around 1:30? I can't understand what this dude is saying, but I want one just like it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdjk_W8nTno

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That's the Fostech "Bumpski" stock.

It costs roughly the price of one kidney and your first born ($450)

http://fostechoutdoors.com/index.php?l=product_list&c=1

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thanks... is that a better solution than the slide fire? which one came out first?

edit - never mind, here is a great comparison of these two stocks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldHZFN-UrVs

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It blows my mind that they are selling $20 worth of material for $450.

WITH THAT SAID....it's a hell of a lot cheaper than getting the class III stamp (for the most part).

With the Bumpski, the 2lbs 8 ozs additional weight is a draw back, BUT it is all aluminum....which is a big plus for me when it comes to anything over 5.56.

The video was made by the guys at Fostech, but id is fairly straight forward. I personally would spend the extra cash and get the Bumpski simply because they are talking about producing attachment bars that allow you to use the stock on any of your AKs.

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Check this out, classic arms site is up and running, shipping quotes, in-stock status, small caps in description, I like....

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really cool site, it took them 5 years of development and testing, hey at least it works now and again, it is pretty cool too.

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There was a techical glitch in getting this thing off the ground this morning as planned, but we are still working feverishly to get our new site up and opened.
When we do, a whole new look will just magically appear...
Stay Tuned.

We Are Still Counting Down To Launch

Target Date for Launching Our New Website and Online Order Catalog is Monday 5/21/2012

what a joke

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Looks like a nice deal. If I had some more money and could figure out how much shipping would be I'd probably nab one of these.

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This is supposed to be a promo to help kick off the launch of their new website which starts 5/21. I'm not going to hold my breath to see if a simple shipping calculator shows up on the site though.

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Do they mean new website, like an actual website, or just their new ".co" website extension?

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I highly doubt they will have a normal website or at least display accurate in/out of stock information? shipping calculator? you wish....

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