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I found a few days ago, a Bulgarian SLR-100, milled receiver by Intrec, built by Gorden Tech. One of the best looking AK variants I have ever seen! Highly polished hardwood furniture, smoothest trigger I've ever felt on one, it also has a gas shut-off on the block. Just wondering if anyone has any info or knowledge on the Bulgarian AK? I am really surprised at the accuracy of this rifle, I had a WASR once that wouldn't hit the broadside of a barn, but this thing will hold 1-1.5 moa!:eek:
 

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Bulgies have a reputation for being great rifles.

I have a Romanian and it does what I need it to do. I've never gotten 1.5" out of it at 100 yards, but then again I shoot cheap Wolf ammo too.
 

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Mr. C, if you're aiming down the sights with that thing you're shooting it better than 98% of the global AK users...if you know what I mean...:cool:
 

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I have a converted MAK, for whatever reason I've never really warmed up to the AK, all I've owned have ended up being sold or traded, the MAK will probably be next. Those Gorden Tech AK's aint cheap IIRC they're about as high priced as a Krebs build. Bulgarian, Hungarian, Russian-all these are at the top of the AK heap.
 

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Here's how I learned to shoot an AK. ........
Those folks were taught to shoot that way. (a bit of background first, but hopefully not too much rambling..........)

I have a muzzle loader that was mostly made in Liberia. I say mostly, because a few parts, like the trigger guard, buttplate, perhaps a barrel band, or sometimes some (but not all) of a trigger group were of "modern" manufacture. On each one, the "mix" is completely different. The barrel is most always a pipe, oh say 10-14 gauge per my Mk1 mod B eyeballs.... more or less round. These had a habit of exploding fairly frequently. The elders shot them as they were taught, too... holding them way out away from their faces. These guys we see in news and photos as Mr. C's were taught the same way. MINE will NEVER EVER see a powder charge!!!!!!! EVER!!

Anyways, the history and such was told to me by other Liberians and from folks I know well who lived in the Yekepa area for over 30 years.

There..... your firearms and cultural lesson for today!!! :wink:

Tommy
 

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I have always wanted one, just because they are the most reliable weapon ever made. This G-tech that I traded for is definitely the best looking and the most accurate that I've ever fired! I was pleasantly surprised to find out some info on this rifle. When I traded, all I knew was that it was a milled receiver variant. What I learned was that it had a G proof-mark on the barrel, under the hand guard, a MD prefix s/n of 002xx, making this Bulgarian SLR-100 one of the first 1300 AK's that Gorden Technologies built using the Intrec milled receiver. Maybe the value of these will continue to rise, which will make the deal even sweeter!:biggrin:
 

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Wow...Mine wont even come close to that but i can put 30 rnds in 5 gallon bucket in 3 secs....My SKS does alot better its not full auto holds 3inch groups,,Ruger Mini-30 will hold a 1 inch group i use it for hunting other 2 7.62/39s are strictly fun guns:wink:
 
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