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Ruger SR22 PB Pistol 22 Long Rifle 3.5" Barrel 10-Round
Rated 4.40 out of 5$439.00
G37 Standard | .45 G.A.P.
Rated 4.67 out of 5$500.00
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G39 Subcompact | .45 G.A.P.
Rated 4.00 out of 5$450.00
Blazer Brass 45 ACP
Rated 4.02 out of 5$559.00
Ruger SP101 Revolver
Rated 4.50 out of 5$799.00
Hornady Outfitter .270 WSM Ammunition 500 Rounds GMX 130 Grains 80557
Gold Dot 9mm Luger 124 500Rds
Winchester Barrel Winchester SXP Invector Plus Vent Rib
- Fiocchi Extrema 44 Rem Mag $350.00 – $700.00
- Defender 40 S&W *Reman* Ammunition $250.00 – $600.00
Remington Stock and Forend 870 Super Mag12 Gauge Supercell Recoil Pad Synthetic Mossy Oak Obsession
Kimber Stainless II Semi-Automatic Pistol 45 ACP 5" Barrel 7-Round Stainless Black
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American Quality .308 Winchester Ammunition 500 Rounds FMJ 147 Grains
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ANGSTADT ARMS UDP-9 9MM 6″ BARREL 15+1 AAUDP09B06
The ANGSTADT ARMS UDP-9 9MM is a closed bolt and blowback-operated system driven by our 9mm bolt carrier group and fed with standard GLOCK 9mm magazines.
ANGSTADT ARMS UDP-9 9MM
The ANGSTADT ARMS UDP-9 9MM is a closed bolt and blowback-operated system driven by our 9mm bolt carrier group and fed with standard GLOCK 9mm magazines. Buy ATI Omni Hybrid Maxx HGA 300BLK online.
Angstadt Arms is a privately held firearms manufacturer in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. I started Angstadt Arms in 2014, and the company was born from my passion for shooting sports and a desire to continue the dynasty of Angstadt master gun makers.
AK “pistols” of any kind have no practical advantages over a similar AK model with a stock with the possible exception of being smaller and easier to hide.
AK pistols exist only because of a quirk of US law. In the US, a rifle with a stock must have minimum barrel length of 16 inches. If it is shorter than that, it is classified as a Short Barrel Rifle and is very heavily regulated. You have to pay a $200 tax and undergo a long bureaucratic process with lots of paperwork. The law also prohibits attaching stocks to pistols.
There are some AK models, like AK74SU, which have a much shorter barrel.
In order to sell them without restrictions on the US civilian market they are re-made on receivers that exclude the fully-automatic function and have no provision for the stock attachment. Having a short barrel and no stock allows them to be legally classified as pistols.
Obviously, they are too large and heavy to be used like normal pistol for more than a couple of shots, and the absence of a stock makes them unusable in the fashion of a rifle. As a result, the shooter winds up holding it by the grip and forend with no real support. This can be mitigated to a degree with a sling, but it’s still not ideal. Hands with no other support are a poor shooting platform for a rifle-weight gun.
Meanwhile, any AK-style rifle with a stock can be used in normal rifle fashion, allowing for greater accuracy and comfort.
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B&T TP9-N 9MM 5″ BARREL 30+1 BT-30105-2-N
$2,250.00Add to cart
B&T TP9-N 9MM ONLINE The B&T TP9-N 9MM is a semi-automatic civilian variant of MP9. Its design is similar to the Steyr SPP, but its differential feature is an under-barrel MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny Rail installed in front of the trigger guard in place of the forward grip. Compared by weight, size, and ammunition capacity, the B&T …
Rated 4.37 out of 5
RUGER PC CHARGER 9MM 6.5″ 17+1 29100$799.00Add to cart
The RUGER PC CHARGER 9MM 6.5″ is just a scaled-up 10/22 takedown that accepts 9mm. After the success of the PC Carbine, Ruger pc charger Glock mag decided to introduce the PC Charger. Ruger also has a Charger 10/22, which is essentially a pistol format of the Carbine.
Rated 4.39 out of 5
KALASHNIKOV KP-9 9MM 9.25″ BARREL 30+1 KP-9$1,299.00Add to cart
The Kalashnikov Kp-9 9mm is a 9mm semi-automatic AK-style pistol manufactured in the USA. It is based on the Russian Vitias-SN submachine gun, has a 9.25” barrel, and is loaded with 30 rounds of Kalashnikov USA double-stack magazines. 10 games available). The KP-9 has a hinge block and quick-release swivel mount and is SBR ready.
Rated 4.49 out of 5
ATI OMNI HYBRID MAXX HGA 300BLK 10.5″ BARREL 30+1 FDE$740.00Add to cart
The ATI Omni Hybrid Maxx HGA 300BLK is 100% made and assembled in the USA at the American Tactical headquarters in Summerville, SC. Like all American Tactical products, this rifle carries its Limited Lifetime Warranty in the rare event you should ever need service work to keep lead slinging downrange.
I have had mine about 2 years. When I first got it, I notice that there were some issues with reliability, with the first 200-400 rounds. After that it has been a flawless rifle, and I’m well into the thousands of rounds through it. Somewhere between 4000-5000. I think the reliability issues came from the sharp angles on the hammer-face. Once I shot it more it smoothed it out a bit, and it stopped catching. I will be buying more from PSA. They made me love the AK design. I have used ak’s before but never owned one until this rifle. I admit I buy a lot of Gucci guns, so I’m really happy PSA has delivered a product that encourages me to give the cheaper brands a chance
My first AK and I couldn’t be happier. Its lived up to all my expectations. Keep up the great work.
Fantastic but difficult to find side rail scope mount
Haven’t shot it yet but it feels so solid. Although the side rail mount that I bought didn’t fit. I wish they were more descriptive on what can attach to the side rail because it’s not standard Ak47 …
I’ve put over 500 rounds of Tula through it and it runs like a champ.
I cant say enough good things about this rifle you wont be disappointed. I have had it for over a year now and it has about 1200 rnds through it, not a single malfunction.
Just picked mine up and it’s not FN marked. I confirmed what I ordered says it’s a FN barrel. ?????
This is my first AK47/7.62×39 chambered rifle and so far I’m liking it (I’ve only put 50 rounds thru it). I liked the idea of the FN barrel and compensator and that was a major part of purchasing this rifle over other AK’s. Build quality is good and no complaints there. The grip and stock are very basic and I have upgraded them with Magpul items. The trigger has a lot of gritty slack before firing and DEFINITELY needs upgraded to help with accuracy. To me the trigger is the biggest disappointment compared to price paid. Again, I’ve only put 50 rounds thru it at 45 meters but it put them all in a 12” circle and I think that’s pretty good right out of the box with iron sights. I believe with a better trigger, getting it sighted in at 100 meters and more range time it will be a good, dependable service rifle. Plus, it spits out steel cased ammo without breaking extractors and that may be crucial come 2030.
Rifle looks and runs great with no malfunctions. My only gripe is that the gas tube lever was very loose.
Safety was really tight and rear tang a little thicker than usual. Also i had to grind mag release to take Bulgarian polymer mags. Besides that it’s a very clean little blaster. Had to grind a little on zenitco hand guard (I know) to get it seated. I’m still waiting for ak74… or 105.
Good things first. Great trigger. Very accurate. Now for the not good things. Firing pin failed within 13 rounds after purchasing it. Had to send back. Customer service was helpful and i did not have long wait to receive gun back. Fast forward 10 months and about 1000 rounds. Now the bolt carrier (trigger reset) is mushrooming well beyond typical ak standards. To the point its rubbing the bolt. I really wanted to like this gun but parts of it are not well made it would appear. It’s not a AK103. It’s a dressed up AKM.