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Tamberlin

A&K PKM into PKP Pecheneg?

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Hi everyone,

 

I've been enticed by the A&K PKM, however, I was wondering if I could make it into my absolute dream set-up: a PKP Pecheneg.

 

It is essentially a PKM but with a much more durable and 'built-in' carry handle, and a folding stock (at least the version I like has the folding stock).

 

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That is what I believe to be a perfect example of a PKP Pecheneg. Does anyone know where to find the carry handle and stock?

 

I've seen a couple of people post gameplay pictures/photoshoots with their PKM featuring this carrying handle, but I cannot find it for sale, not even a real-steel one. People have said is 100% compatible with real-steel parts, albeit with a small amount of modification.

 

Would anyone know where to look for them and how to fit them?

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I know there is an LCT one supposedly coming out in 2017, however, considering their tripods alone cost $700, I don't stand a chance of obtaining one of their guns :D

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You'll probably have to get it imported, and I'm not sure if sites would allow you to hip-fire it as it's classed as blind firing.. If that's how you were going to use it.

 

They're also f*ck off heavy.

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There is a Russian kit group on Facebook and there are some very knowledgeable people on there.

I suspect they would be able to help you,

 

Try Russian Military Airsoft Loadouts.

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You'll probably have to get it imported, and I'm not sure if sites would allow you to hip-fire it as it's classed as blind firing.. If that's how you were going to use it.

 

They're also f*ck off heavy.

I wouldn't dream of trying to hipfire a heavy beast like this :P

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There is a Russian kit group on Facebook and there are some very knowledgeable people on there.

I suspect they would be able to help you,

 

Try Russian Military Airsoft Loadouts.

Thank you very much, I'll check them out :)

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