Yugo AK47 Bolt

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Yugo AK47 milled type 3 bolt

Surplus Yugo AK47 Bolts.  Very Good condition. In 7.62x39.  May show minor finish wear but faces look great.

These bolts came out of milled guns however are interchangeable with stamped AK bolts.

Unit price is for (1) Bolt. 

*head space should always be checked by a professional when changing bolts*

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  • 5
    Yugo bolt

    Posted by Ryan Pirie-Sharp on Aug 27th 2022

    Seems to be in good condition. No corrosion or anything and if it’s ever been shot, I can’t tell. It has some aesthetic differences from the bolt my zpap m70 came with when I bought it, such as a lack of lightening cuts and some slight different geometry around certain areas. It still fits in the carrier and moves and locks up with no issue. I checked headspace with go no go gauges and it wouldn’t close on the no go at all and closed fine on the go . I expect it would shoot and work fine. I will keep it as a spare.

  • 5
    Ak bolt

    Posted by Warren on Aug 15th 2022

    Fit, Finish, and quality of the bolt surprised me. Took apart to clean before headspacing the firearm and found like new conditions. Would definitely recommend.

  • 5

    Posted by Robert on Aug 4th 2022

    Super happy with surplus ak bolt

  • 5
    Yugo Bolt

    Posted by Anthony S. on May 16th 2022

    Nice clean complete Yugo bolt. Great service and fast shipping ! Thank You

  • 5
    Yugo bolt

    Posted by Eric K on Mar 22nd 2022

    The yugo bolt I received is in very good to excellent condition. Looks like it has maybe a couple rounds on it. Edges still show sharpness and their chamfering is clearly visible. Extractor is in excellent condition as is the firing pin. Bolt face is clean and firing pin hole is nice and snug to pin. I don't have access to a comparator at this time to measure the firing pin hole but I can be assured by looking at it and many of my other bolts that is well within spec. Firing pin holes are a big reason that bolts get replaced because the hole wears and opens up and primers blow back into the firing pin hole. That is what you have to look out for especially with bolts. And then once you're ready to use the good bolt that you have you need to go and no go dummy gauges the check for head spacing always before firing a rifle if they're switching out the bolt. If you have a couple you go rifles you should have some spare parts springs bolts bolt carrier gas rod triggers things like that. Once you get up into the high thousands round count parts will wear out. Good to have excellent condition spares like this part from AK options.