Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by jlg, Jan 4, 2012.
The gun costs $500 and then add on the cost of different furniture and you're almost at a $700 Arsenal. Just go with the latter and know you have the best AK on the market.
Lifetime warranties are always a good indicator
Unless you don't like the standard Arsenal furniture either.
My advice take what money you have subtract $100-150 for a decent amount of ammo and see what options you have from there.
Tell that to keltek owners/quality control testers.
the one I looked at yesterday had an awful blue type finish
different colors nothing matched like they blued all the different parts separately
I think they are part kits rebuilt on usa receivers but I could be wrong
from what I read about the big 5 ones alot of quality issues
they had the same furniture as the one here which looks awful
1. I know a good amount about AKs and I've never seen that before. Not saying it's bad. I'm just thinking it probably hasn't been on the market very long.
2. It's a slant brake, not a flash suppressor. :banghead:
If you're going to nit-pick. Get it right. It's a brake, not a break.
A flash suppressor and a muzzle brake have two very different functions. How is correcting someone for not distinguishing between them being nit-picky?
I suppose my point was you were banging your head against the wall like the person who wrote "flash suppressor" was a moron, but you got it wrong yourself, so how can you blame them?
Not really, I called it a muzzle brake (or break in my semi inattentive spelling error). They're the ones who called it a flash suppressor. Different errors. Different concepts. I actually got it right, I just put the "e" in the wrong place.
We knew what you were saying Rob G
I looked up the IO rifles and it looks exactly like one of their models. I wonder if SOG is just relabeling them or just not mentioning the manufacturer?
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