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    Kalashnikov USA KR-9 SBR

    I purchased a Kalashnikov USA KR-9 SBR. It arrived at my dealer today.



    As you'd probably guess from the name and pictures, it's a 9mm krink style AK. Now the six to eight month wait begins...

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    Nice!

    Hopefully when your transfer goes thru reman and steel cased 9mm won't be $0.80/rd anymore...
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    Hopefully, but I've been stocking up for years.

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    That looks sweet. I haven't paid attention to K-USA. They were marketing vaporware for so long I forgot about them. I'm guessing that prior to deciding to drop the coin and wait for approval you dug into them a bit. How is their product holding up in the wild? Those are proprietary mags right?

    Damn, Atlantic has the pistol in stock. Nevermind, don't answer my questions. I can't get sucked in...
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    Interesting.
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    There were a few issues at first, but they seemed to have ironed them out.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoy3m8MbNfo

    I paid $1,200 for it which is reasonable by today's standards. It looks like getting the factory SBR cost me about $100 more than the pistol, but I would have had to buy a buttstock anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    There were a few issues at first, but they seemed to have ironed them out.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoy3m8MbNfo

    I paid $1,200 for it which is reasonable by today's standards. It looks like getting the factory SBR cost me about $100 more than the pistol, but I would have had to buy a buttstock anyway.
    Are the pistols set up so that a triangle or AK-100 series style side folder can basically just drop right in?

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    It looks like it, but I can't say for sure until I get it home. Perhaps someone else will know.

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    After a 10.5 month wait, it was finally freed from NFA jail.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    After a 10.5 month wait, it was finally freed from NFA jail.



    My LGS has a pistol version in stock. Iíve been interested, but keep going back and forth. Will you let us know how it functions after a couple range trips?

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