Well next gun will have to be a PSL

Discussion in 'AK47' started by Martin Rage, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. Martin Rage

    Martin Rage G&G Enthusiast

    Got my heart set on a PSL next. WHew boy this hobby is getting expensive.
     
  2. Sarge

    Sarge G&G Enthusiast

    You going to look for a real one or one of the civilian imports?
    If a real one, yep it's going to get real expensive!
    Sarge
     

  3. Martin Rage

    Martin Rage G&G Enthusiast

    I am looking at the 600-800 dollar ones SOOOO i am guessing the civilian import :( something about a 3rd hole and machine gun blah blah blah :p

    Trying to find out which ones are the best right now.
     
  4. BarryHalls

    BarryHalls G&G Evangelist

    Definitely talk to the aptly named 'PSLMAN'

    As easy as it is to buy a premade PSL I'd probably build a saiganov first.
     
  5. jmp8927

    jmp8927 G&G Evangelist

    PSLs were never made full auto...
     
  6. Martin Rage

    Martin Rage G&G Enthusiast

    My understanding is that the original military imports to the united states had a 3rd pin hole welded shut but that it was still labeled under the law as a machine gun.

    [FONT=verdana, arial]"These military versions have the prohibited [/FONT][FONT=verdana, arial]third axis hole[/FONT] [FONT=verdana, arial]drilled through the receiver. A rifle with this extra hole has been deemed to be a machinegun, regardless if it has the internal parts for full-auto fire. "[/FONT]
    Dragunov dot net - Romanian PSL Rifle Information
     
  7. Martin Rage

    Martin Rage G&G Enthusiast

    I want it to share that wonderful MN ammo I have mounds of :p
     
  8. BarryHalls

    BarryHalls G&G Evangelist

    I like an excuse to buy more ammo.
     
  9. JC-75

    JC-75 G&G Newbie

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  10. PSLMAN

    PSLMAN G&G Evangelist

    Make certain it's light ball, 147-150 grain. Everything I've ever read says the heavy ball will eventually lead to parts breakage.