Reproduction of the Iraqi Tabuk rear sight base. Made using New Old stock Yugo rear sight bases. These are stripped virgin parts refinished and engraved. Custom AK Replacement Parts Come as shown. New Condition. May show Minor marks from handling and storage.
In 1979, the Zastava factory agreed to help the new Iraqi's with their assault rifle design and mass production plans and by 1980, they built a weapon manufacturing factory in Bir Muhammad, Babil province, south of Baghdad. And the Yugoslavians did a tremendous job. When you see early Iraqi-made guns from 1980 to 1984, they are quite sharp, parts were heat treated properly, and even markings on the receiver are neat and sleek.
All Iraqi AKs were named “Tabuk,” after the ancient battle from Islamic history. Early Tabuks are exact copies of the Yugo M70B1,