I went to Cabela's in Ft. Worth today just to look around and I saw these in the used gun racks. http://www.wlawarehouse.com/store_front/mas-scout/ At first I thought it was an AIA x39 Enfield based bolt gun that takes AK mags, but then I realized it's something a bit different. It's got a pretty heavy bull barrel and a FIXED 10 (it appeared) round AK mag. I picked it up and thought it was pretty muzzle heavy. There aren't iron sights on it, but there is a picatinny scout rail on it. Wise Lite arms makes them and I've seen them post on here before, but this gun seems like (to me) a very bizare and well, pretty misguided transformation of a milsurp. It seemed way too muzzle heavy; it's got a bull barrel, but why? A FIXED AK mag? I'm thinking it would have taken too much engineering to make it removeable, but you just lost a lot of potential appeal for guys who want a bolt in x39 that uses their same AK mag. No iron sights; you either add them yourself or use the scout rail for an optic (and now you limit yourself in optics because it's got to be an EER scope, pistol scope or dot scope/sight). I'm not sure I get it and for $400 I definitely would not get it. The CZ bolt 7.62x39 I've handled was far better handling and at least you've got irons and provision for mounting a traditional scope. Anyway, thoughts? Anyone else seen these or have one? I think an SKS or Saiga fits the bill a bit better. Oh and this definitely would tick off the anti-bubba-izing crowd.