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In Range Of Kodak Tennessee Is Now Taking New Custom Ak-74 Rifles Work

In Range Now Taking Custom Ak-74 Rifles Work

In Range Now Taking Custom Ak-74 Rifles Work

Kodak Tennessee - -(AmmoLand.com)- At IN RANGE we have just about cleared our entire backlog of custom work, and we are now at our shortest turn-around time for building rifles ~ only 4-6 weeks.

We recently completed a large contract for AK-74 rifles for a major distributor and we are now ready to get back into our regular business of building custom Kalashnikov Rifles.

As all of you are aware, recent events in the news (shootings, confiscation of kits, original barrels no longer available, etc.) have motivated us to double our efforts building custom AKs.

We will continue to build guns as expeditiously as possible, and for as long as we possibly can in the event any new anti-gun legislation is introduced in congress.

The best way to contact them is via email. Time on the phone takes away from time in the shop. You can reach them at: inrange97@aol.com or www.inrangec2.com

As always, thank you for your continued patronage!
Troy Sellars ~ In Range C2

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IN RANGE is your Krinkov “AKS-74U” connection. We have built numerous Krinks, AMD-65s, RPKs and full size AKs. If you bought that Krink kit and it’s a larger project than you thought. Give us a call we’ll build it for you. We also enjoy tackling that oddball parts kit. If there is a project you’ve been itching to have built call us.

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  • One User comment to “In Range Is Now Taking New Custom Ak-74 Rifles Work”

    1. Ronald A. Phillips on March 19, 2013 at 12:05 PM said:

      NY now has the toughest AWB. However, if all evil features are removed, it magically becomes legal. I have a VZ 58 with a thumbhole stock (an evil feature) If it is removed, it won’t be illegal. However, the trigger is to far forward if the stock is removed. Can you relocate the trigger back to where the pistol grip would go so one can hold the stock and squeeze the trigger? The governor’s frequently asked questions site is here and explains that removal of all evil features makes the weapon legal: http://www.governor.ny.gov/2013/gun-reforms-faq
      Do you do this kind of work. Thanks in advance for your reply.

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