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Old 04-21-2014, 09:01 AM   #21
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It is a nice rifle. Go ahead with the purchase.
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Here is the consolation. No AK based pistol is a Russian gun. It is a commercial creature of western markets.
to heck with Russian, Yugos are much more soild. And the N-Paps and later versions they are sending over (double stack bolt carriers etc). Only drawback is lack of a chrome lined barrel. Not a big deal if you take care of your firearms
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I am biased only against the "pistol". It is basically a castrated SBR. Without the shoulder stock, and given it's a semi-auto, it is an odd choice for anything practical. No pedigree either. As a collection piece or a man-toy, okay (I am as guilty as anyone).
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I am biased only against the "pistol". It is basically a castrated SBR. Without the shoulder stock, and given it's a semi-auto, it is an odd choice for anything practical. No pedigree either. As a collection piece or a man-toy, okay (I am as guilty as anyone).
Ummm....practical for home defense, room clearing, or anything else close quarters. Put on a basic red/green dot and a light, and it's very practical indeed, in fact much more so than a rifle in a lot of scenarios.

This is the gun that is on my shoulder given a bump in the night, with my Mossberg in front.......

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I purchased a C39 Sporter and took it to the range after running a bore snake through the barrel a couple of times. It performed as well or better than any AK variant I've ever shot including Arsenal's and Yugo's.
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I purchased a C39 Sporter and took it to the range after running a bore snake through the barrel a couple of times. It performed as well or better than any AK variant I've ever shot including Arsenal's and Yugo's.
Yup. I did the same, but right out of the box. Didn't do anything but load it and shoot. Flawless, then, flawless now.

Folks need to shoot this gun and they'll understand. No better AK out there, IMHO, at least anywhere near it's price range.
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Yup. I did the same, but right out of the box. Didn't do anything but load it and shoot. Flawless, then, flawless now.

Folks need to shoot this gun and they'll understand. No better AK out there, IMHO, at least anywhere near it's price range.
Ok, thanks, I'm sold going to get one ordered this week.
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