Posts Tagged ‘VEPR’

right profile of a FM-AK47 rifle

Triggering the Right Investment

During the good times, guns are an investment that will consistently increase in value. During the bad times, they can safeguard your property and family more than any other investment in your portfolio. Either way, the reality is that Americans like their guns. Best of all, there are consistent trends where Americans tend to buy firearms based upon outside forces such as elections, in the wake of mass shootings, or proposed policy changes either locally or nationally. But what about buying a gun as an investment?

right profile of an AK-47 on a red t-sirt

New Updates to Sanctions Limits Sale of Popular Sporting Rifle

It has been awhile since gun enthusiasts have seen panic buying, but that is where we could be headed. Don’t worry, this won’t affect very many of us, but for those who have been eyeing a VEPR, your time may be limited. International political relations, Russian interference in elections… the reason is not as important to The Shooter’s Log as the result. And the result is sanctions against Russia.

Woman in a crouched position shooting an AK-47

Review: Molot VEPR FM-AK47

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.