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Norinco MAK 90

ALFONSEALFONSE Member Posts: 202 ✭✭
Looking for a firing pin for a Norinco MAK 90. Non spring loaded.
Thanks in advance. Al
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  • ALFONSEALFONSE Member Posts: 202 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Not that I'm aware of. Mine is Chinese. Thanks tho-Al
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  • babunbabun Member Posts: 11,497
    edited November -1
    Just read this. Maybe it will be of help.

    ""The quality control of the steel parts in MAK90's and MAK91's seems to be a bit lower than older Chinese AK's. The reason the European bolt won't work is the camming angle on the bottom of the left bolt lug which is fitted / matched to the bullet guide. This is actually considered fittable if the angle is in the bolt lug is modified to match the bullet guide. It would be best to stay with a Chinese bolt though. There are a few versions of Chinese bolts, especially in MAK90's / MAK91's. The normal 7.62 Chinese bolt has a full length body and firing pin that is a floating giring pin. There is also a spring loaded firing pin nore common to Poly Tech's but also found in Norinco's and will interchange. The spring loaded firing pin bolts are also full length. In the last MAK90's / MAK91's the bolt was shortened to lighten the floating firing pin and a step was machined in the hammer face to mate to the shortened bolt. These late production versions have some of the worst heat treatment and bolts can break from being brittle or bolts and hammers can show high wear from being too soft. You'll need to have the headspace checked when replacing the bolt also. It is possible to mate a European bolt if the left bolt lug angle is changed to match the Chinese bullet guide. Some European bolts may already have the same angle. In some countries this angle was fitted to each rifle and in other countries this angle was kept as close to the same as possible for universal fit at the factory.""
  • ALFONSEALFONSE Member Posts: 202 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I got one. Just don't know how to delete the post. Thanks to all. Al
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