unyon: In honour of the Kalashnikov, the guy in the video hit his target about once in every 10 rounds. Sounds about right.
Dancin_In_Anson: While I wouldn't mind a Russian made AK, I don't think I'd own the little hip fire this guy has. Doesn't appear to have much of a fun factor.
Livingroom: the weapon he has is considered a pistol by the ATF, and can be carried loaded in states that issue carry permits. it is also more easily converted to an SBR than cutting the barrel of a longer ak47.
Dancin_In_Anson: Livingroom: the weapon he has is considered a pistol by the ATF, and can be carried loaded in states that issue carry permits. it is also more easily converted to an SBR than cutting the barrel of a longer ak47.Ahhh...Ok. Still don't know that i'd own one and FWIW, I consider myself to be a more of a handgun fan than rifles even though my oldest has almost talked me into building an AR.Think I'll stick with my Glock 32
AverageAmericanGuy: Really? '88 industries'?Come on, subby. This isn't that kind of website.
Slappy McCynical: My fingers getting tiiiiirrrred. There's got to be a faster way to do this.Only weiners use single rounds. Full auto.....use it.
gopher321: You'll put your eye out with one of those things.
Wenchmaster: Let's see: 700 rounds of what looks like Wolf ammo = just under $180.00. Not sure what a new barrel and receiver would cost, but they'll likely need to be replaced. New furniture for that toy will run about $200.00. All that on top of the $200.00 tax stamp for the SBR.How about honoring Sergei by drinking some vodak in memory of one Hell of an engineer, and maybe the price of feed for my rifle might not cost ~sixty cents a round.
HotWingAgenda: I figured I'd come in here and see a bunch of gun nuts angry at submitter for buying into the myth that Kalashnikov actually designed the gun. He didn't; he was leader of a team that submitted a winning bid, which itself was based on an amalgamation of every other machine gun design that had been submitted that year. Kalashnikov's name was just added to the design later to make it look like a lowly sergeant had designed a successful and recognized product.
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