Made in the same factory the produced top quality rifles for former Yugoslavia like the M70B1 and M70AB2, this manufactured N-PAP rifles are the civilian version of the M70 series. These beauties are the latest imports from the world famous Zastava factory.
It is not David. The "Threaded barrel plus the muzzle brake/flash hider (added to the detachable magazine) make it non compliant. Info here : budsgunshop.com/catalog/feeds/state_reg/new_jersey_restrictions.pdf
You put 20% down on the 90 layaway and have 90 to pay the remainder off, at which point Buds will ship the firearm. You add it to your cart and when selecting the payment method you select 90 day layaway. I have used it several times. Very convenient.
If its in an attempt to circumvent the law, I would advise no. Even if its legal, you may destroy the firearm. And as to whether or not its possible, I'm sure it can be done with the right machines and machinist. May break a tool or two. This steel has been heat treated and will be tough to mill out now. Even if the carbide gets the job done, depth may be an issue. I wouldn't try myself. It comes with lots of magazines already, giving you lots of firepower.
It shows 12 ten round mags in the info. This N-PAP LO-CAP Rifle has a cold hammer forged barrel, a side scope mount, and a bolt and bolt carrier that are made from hard nickel-moly steel which is corrosion resistance. The safety selector has a bolt hold-open notch. Included is (twelve ten round magazines.)
It should be able to use any magazine based on the basic AK format, from 10 to 30 to a 100 round drum. Depending on how poorly made the magazine and magazine well are, you may suffer failure to feed correctly with heavier magazines