From Russia, with love is no longer just a James Bond film. Although Section 922(r) of U.S. statutes has restricted importation of entire firearms from certain enemy states since 2002, the FIME Group of Las Vegas, Nevada is keeping it legal and fun by importing parts for the AKM and other VEPR rifles and shotguns from the renowned Molot factory in Kirov, Russia, and adding FIME Group-made components to produce and sell complete firearms.
Posts Tagged ‘AK-47’
MajorPandemic was fortunate to be one of the first to get its hands on the Galil ACE GAR1651 .308/7.62×51 NATO, and had a chance to wring it out pretty well. What I (Major Pandemic) will say is, this is my favorite among the .308 semi-auto rifles I own.
When choosing accessories for an AK, optics seldom top the list. In fact, for most, optics are not even on the list. However, that does not mean that optic cannot or should not top an AK. For those who want a bit of glass on their AK, Bushnell has the optic built specifically for the task. Read the full review from the NRA.
With the start of a new year, you know manufacturers are set to release the product of the previous 12 months of brainstorming. That is exactly what happened when Arsenal Inc. released two new-for-2017 AKs. Here is the full release.
Short-barreled rifles are all about the length—or lack of it—so why would you want the furniture to be longer than it needs to be?
Economy and accuracy are good reasons for handloading. Therefore, I am an enthusiastic handloader. However, today I seldom have the time to handload.
For many, optics and AK-47s simply do not mix—or perhaps they didn’t until now. Bushnell has introduced a pair of sighting solutions aimed at putting the legendary AK-47 platform on target in all conditions.
Here is the full release from Bushnell:
Cheaper Than Dirt! is running a great sale on AKs today, so we thought we would join in the fun with a few of our favorite AK posts from the past. ~Editor
Two years ago, the world lost one of the most legendary firearm designers in the world—Mikhail Kalashnikov.
Looking over my experience with the AK-type rifle, I can say I have not been a fan. I’ve owned a few, but the AR-15 has been my rifle, and I’ve spent my time mastering it. The AK seemed the rougher of the two—and that’s its appeal to many. The AK-47 was designed for reliability and low maintenance. If you believe the AK never jams, we’re going to a different church
Recent events both at home and abroad have many Americans rethinking their everyday carry handgun choices. There’s an excellent chance
Trying to determine the best survival gun is a Herculean task I would not wish on the wisest of gun writers
There has been a long-standing (friendly) argument in the Cheaper Than Dirt! office—your either Team AR or Team AK.
At one time, AR-15 and AK-47 designs were black and white. They were easy to identify by sight and sound because they fired their own specific cartridges using their own specific operating system. Today, that clear black-and-white demarcation is gone, replaced with a range of alternative rifles that use varying qualities of each platform to make new mutants, hybrids, mongrels, oddities, novelties, or whatever you want to call them.
I belong to multiple social media boards and forums that show a strong following of support for our military and our country. Having served
Walking along the booths at SHOT Show, you would expect to see many AK rifles.
Not precise. Not very accurate. Not exactly selling points for any firearm. However, the AK-47 is one of the most