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    Century Arms Goes Small with a C39V2 Pistol with Shockwave Blade

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Century Arms has achieved a lot of adulation for their C39V2 AK-47 rifle. Now they are ushering this into the world of pistols with the introduction of the C39V2 Pistol with a Shockwave Blade. The stout power and compact package that this will provide for AK enthusiasts makes it perfect […] More

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    CIA Agent’s Memory Sketch of the Kalashnikov Rifle

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Kalashnikov Media has recently published a scanned copy of a quite an interesting drawing. It is said to be the hand sketch of a CIA agent who first saw the AK-47 rifle in 1953. It was a part of a report which told that during a demining operation in […] More

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    Two New AK Chassis by Sureshot Armament Group

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Sureshot Armament Group has introduced two new chassis systems for AK family of rifles. One of them is already available for preorder and the second one will hit the market later this year. The new chassis are designated as SAG AK MK2 and SAG AK MK3. Let’s take […] More

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    10 Reasons Why Vz. 58 is NOT an AK

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com No, Vz. 58 is not an AK version. The recently released video by Kalashnikov Media was just a good additional source to start talking about this topic. This rifle is so many times confused with the AK, that even Kalashnikov Media dedicated a separate video in their video series called […] More

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    Kalashnikov: Around the World. Hungarian AKs (Part 3/3)

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com If you have read the first and second parts of our articles telling about the Hungarian AKs, you must know that they are based on a video series published by the Kalashnikov Media. These series are called “Kalashnikov: Around the World”. Vladimir Onokoy, the technical consultant of the […] More

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    Kalashnikov: Around the World. Hungarian AKs (Part 2/3)

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Earlier, we have covered the first part of the video series published by Kalashnikov Media telling about the Hungarian AK rifles. The entire series is called “Kalashnikov: Around the World” and it tells about AKs produced in different countries of the world. In this article, we’ll take a […] More

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    US-Made FORGED AKs Coming SOON from Kalashnikov USA

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com The sanctions on Russian companies have hit the American AK enthusiast hard – no longer can we import inexpensive Izhevsk Kalashnikovs to feed the beast. Yet, there is a silver lining: Domestic AK production is on the rise to meet the demand, and one company in particular is staking its […] More

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    [SHOT 2018] KR-9 9mm Vityaz AKs Shipping SOON from Kalashnikov USA

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Kalashnikov USA, orphaned stateside importing partner of Kalashnikov Concern, brought their latest prototype and production guns to the 2018 SHOT Show, and there is good reason to be excited. Chief among them: The KR-9 9mm AK carbine. Here’s one of those reasons! In May, Kalashnikov USA began shipping their Saiga-based […] More

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    BREAKING: Russian Army Adopts AK-12, AK-15, AEK-971, and AEK-973 Rifles for Military Service (For Real This Time)

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com The Russian Defense Ministry has made a decision regarding its next infantry rifle: It will adopt everything, it seems. Not only will Russian Army forces receive the improved 5.45x39mm AK-12 (the new AK-12, not the different previous version), and the 7.62x39mm AK-15, but the 5.45mm Degtyarov AEK-971 and 7.62x39mm AEK-973 […] More

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