When uploading images, I’m losing a lot of quality, and this wasn’t happening much before.
Quartnee Reese with a Norinco AKS. When the ban came to “non-sporting” rifles the rear of the receiver had to be angle-cut. the first batch of firearms were cut rather than manufactured this way. This AKS Sporter marked rifle would later be imported as a MAK90. Converting it back to a standard stock and pistol… Read more »
MK with a Bulgarian Arsenal AK-74 parts kit rebuilt in semi-auto by CAI.
Quartnee Reese with a project Norinco MAK90 marked “AKS”.
Ash, from the competent JMAC Customs, firing off a magazine in full-auto from a Bulgarian AK-105. The semi-auto variant, the Arsenal SLR-104CR, was expected to eventually be released this year. I worry it may not happen because of the new restrictions on imported 5.45x39mm ammunition.
“This is JMAC Customs Video entry for the November Shot ShowOff contest for K-Var Corp” Full auto AK, first time for Ash. Blooper reel with an unrecommended ending. Go to their YouTube channel to subscribe.
These are some officially released promo photos from Polish manufacturer FB Radom. The Hollywood teacup hold on that pistol is out-dated. This is the Beryl Archer, based on the Wz.2004 Beryl AK in 5.56x45mm.
There is little to argue against a 12 gauge shotgun as a home defense solution. Rather than equipping yourself with a pistol grip shotgun, in order to reduce the length for indoors, enter the Kushnapup conversion for your SAIGA-12. The Kushnapup conversion was designed primarily to work with the 12 gauge version of the Russian… Read more »
Faith in a DDR shirt with a Vector Arms AK custom built from a “Romy G” kit.
Miss Battle Born is disappointed with the self healing target she purchased. We like them – they aren’t fantastic, but we don’t use them with pistol calibers nor at such close range. These targets are convenient when you don’t want to potentially litter and when you have an impromptu range day with just what we… Read more »