Robinson Armament VEPR II
The earlier VEPR models imported by Robinson Armament were mostly in a rifle configuration, rather than a neutered hunting/sporting style. The VEPR II has a 20” barrel, whereas the VEPR K had a 16” barrel. Their receivers have odd angled cuts which makes using standard AK furniture difficult. Note the distinct front sight. The rifle pictured is chambered in 5.56x45mm/.223, the angle of the magazines are a giveaway.
A nice batch of freshly built M92’s, an SBR (Short Barreled Rifle). You can find them in the regular 7.62x39mm or in 5.56x45mm. Note the notch cut into the safety, meant lock and hold the bolt back.
Polytech MAK 90 Sporter
A neutered AK built in China and imported in this configuration to meet the Assault Weapons Ban requirements. It has no flash hider or muzzle brake, no bayonet lug, and a single piece thumbhole stock. This was as best an attempt to demilitarize the rifle. With the AWB gone it’s a simple conversion back to it’s original form. Note the 5-round magazine.
AK magazine reliability test.
AK pistol converted to use PPSh drum magazines.
Smoke break XI…
A rebel fighter on the Ivory Coast with a Chinese Type-56 II. These were the side-folding bakelite stock models that were also exported and sold to the U.S civilian market. Very coveted and collectable, the stocks alone can cost upwards of $400 to $600 if all the parts are there.
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