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Tuesday
Oct082013

M92: AK Style Pistol With Arm Brace

Ah Atlantic Arms, distributor of fine weapons reasonably priced, re-branded surplus weapons.  One of their latest creations is the M92, which is much like the pistol version of the AK but with a stabilizing arm brace that bears a remarkable resemblance to a shoulder stock.  This weapon is by no means a short barreled rifle; it is pistol [makes winking gesture].  Checking out this sub par marketing video:

The M92 retails for about $700 from Atlantic Firearms, which includes the stock arm brace.  That price is kind of a lot for a cool toy, and I wouldn't recommend this be your first choice for a zombie defense weapon.  You can make this California legal by jumping through a few hoops to have it transferred as a single shot pistol.  I'm not sure if Atlantic Firearms can do that for you, but there are a few FFLs out there who will.  Check out Atlantic Firearms for more info.

h/t gunwire

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