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Old June 24, 2018, 16:42   #1
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Jager AP-74 Parts at Sarco

I know this is a .22 clone of the M16A1, but I figured I'd post it here. This was one of the first rimfires I bought myself back in the late 80s. An Italian import in the 1970's that was a really nice clone of the M16A1 at the time. They used these as props in Dawn of the Dead. With all the new .22 AR copies out there..this one got a bit lost. Mitchell Arms had all the parts for years and I was lucky enough to get an extractor and firing pin way back when to fix the gun. But SARCO recently picked up all of the parts from whoever bought them from Mitchell. If you have one, grab some spare parts!:

https://www.e-sarcoinc.com/mitchell-...m16-parts.aspx



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Old June 24, 2018, 18:13   #2
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Cool. I have the commando version with wooden furiture
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Old June 24, 2018, 21:14   #3
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Cool. I have the commando version with wooden furiture
There were a pile of guns Armi Jaeger turned out

The history behind them goes back to the general prohibition in Italy against civilians possessing firearms in military chamberings. Due to this Armi started turning out AR clones back in the 70s in not just .22 rimfire but .32 acp as well.

EMF was one of the early importers of these and they were available with either plastic or wood furniture

Later Armi came up with the Commando

Even later they manufactured .22 AKs, Galils, FAMAS bullpups, a variety of things some of which were imported by Mitchell Arms most of which came in, in extremely small numbers.

Numrich also has a good number of AP74 spares
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Old June 24, 2018, 22:24   #4
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Even later they manufactured .22 AKs, Galils, FAMAS bullpups, a variety of things some of which were imported by Mitchell Arms most of which came in, in extremely small numbers.

Numrich also has a good number of AP74 spares
Hmmmm... .22 FAMAS
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Old June 25, 2018, 06:02   #5
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I always wanted one of the AK or Galil clones made by Jager in .22 Magnum.



The story of a transferable full Auto AK conversion of one:

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