View Full Version : Anybody know anything about this AK-47?

October 21, 2004, 07:32 AM
Is this comparable to the SLR-95, Better, worse?

October 21, 2004, 01:07 PM
From what I've seen, these are comparable to the SLR rifles that were built in Bulgaria.

My understanding is, these rifles are built using new parts imported from Bulgaria, and assembled by people brought over from the factory.

I've had the chance to look one or two over, and they seem to be the same high-quality as my SLR.

The one I got to fire a few rounds from, was as accurate as my SLR at 100 yards.

August 4, 2005, 02:30 PM
These are imported in a sporting config (single stack mags, thumbhole stock) and converted to PG and doublestack mag configuration in the states w/ the addition of USA made parts, so it will be legal.

August 4, 2005, 10:09 PM
Ho about this one, polish made radom hunter
Radom Hunter is a civilian, semi-automatic only, version of the military AKM rifle. The receiver is made of sheet metal stampings with the barrel, bolt and bolt carrier machined out of steel. The barrel has been lengthened by 93 mm (3.7") to 508 mm (20") and the bore is chromed for longer life. Contrary to its military counterpart the Radom Hunter lacks a threaded muzzle or a bayonet lug. The foregrip and thumbhole stock are made of laminated wood. The stock is finished with a ventilated rubber buttplate. Radom Hunter is fed by a 5 shot magazine (two are provided) although any AK-type magazine can be used. The gun can be equipped with the optional optics rail (offered together with a Nokta 2.5-9x56 scope).