Here are seven rifles that mix various amounts of DNA from the ArmaLite Rifle and the Avtomat Kalashnikova to make something new and interesting to shooters.
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RWC Group, exclusive distributors of Kalashnikov AK-47s and Izmash and Saiga rifles and shotguns made waves at SHOT 2015 after announcing the opening of Kalashnikov USA in order to make AK-47 rifles in the United States. When asked about the news, Mikhail Kalashnikov’s daughter, Elena said she was “bewildered.” Read an update on RWC’s new company Kalashnikov USA and when we will start to expect production on 100 percent made-in-the-USA AKs in this news story.
RWC Group, LLC, the exclusive importer of Kalashnikov Concern, Saiga, and Izhmash firearms since 2012 announced that they are opening a US factory this year after the sanctions against Russia have prevented them from being able to import firearms.
Bummed that you missed out on an original Russian AK-47 or Saiga shotgun and now the prices are going to skyrocket? Fear not, Cheaper Than Dirt! went to Texas Law Shield for its perspective on executive order 13662 and found some good news for gun owners.
President Obama quietly signed an executive order targeting Russian oil, natural gas, finance and defense companies. Hidden in the details, is a section effectively banning AK-47s. As always, the devil is in the details, so read on for the straight scoop.
If you are into AKs, so are we. Here are the most-read AK-themed articles in the Shooter’s Log, including “AK-47 Receiver Identification: Milled vs. Stamped,” “AK-12: Russia Unveils Newest Incarnation of the Kalashnikov Assault Rifle,” and “10 Stock, Grip and Handguard Upgrades for Your AK.”
The Russian AK-12 is the newest version of the AK-47 Kalashnikov assault rifle. Cheaper Than Dirt reveals insights of its debut. How will it compare to the venerable AK-47?
Combat photos from war zones around the world show fighters using AK-47s more than any other rifle. The “Top Shot”