Ak 47 Serial Numbers Romanian7890823
Feb 12, 2008 - Homebuilt AK (and other firearms) - Serial Numbers and other issues Gunsmithing & How. Last edited by hoffmang; at 9:47 PM.
Serial numbers (usually just the last 4 digits) on most AK variants ( please don't call your rifle an AK47 because it is actually closer to an AKM, but then again most people don't care so just ignore this ) can be found on the bolt, bolt carrier, some have the recoil locking device, some on the receiver cover, and some on the gas tube. You should find the last four digits on the bolt and carrier.
The other listed parts usually are on all Romanians but every now and then you will find one slightly different. WASR is just one of many names the Romanians used on their rifles. Currently there are many WASR variations, but all started life being imported only able to use ATF approved single stack mags. They are then modified by the importer to use standard AK mags and further modified to the sporting purpose clause of the new second amendment.
Oh, and WASR does translate to Wassenaar Agreement Semi-automatic Rifle.
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