Someone please explain the “Krinkov” appeal to me. I know “Krinkov” isn’t a real designation, I’m using it to describe a style of AK-74.
I just don’t get it. I guess I’m too old, too square, too un-hip.
I’m with you, DG: AR pistols, AK pistols: I just don’t get it. I’ve never been able to figure out how to shoot one in a way that made any sense at all. Give me either a proper pistol or something with a proper butt-stock. Enough of this neither-fish-nor-fowl business.
More compact and more reliable than short barrel DI ARs. Can also fire with stock folded.
Some like them because they shoot fireballs. I use the 4 piece brake on mine and a brace.
Some places also allow car carry of pistols but prohibit rifles, etc. So basically good to great for stowing places vs a rifle, especially for those fighting out of vehicles.
*Since a pistol, they can also be imported as OE without sporterized components, so 922r doesn’t apply.
Cool! Do they have an IWB model for appendix carry?
Unfortunately South Carolina is one of the last 5 States where open carry of a handgun is illegal.
(There are exceptions like Florida, hunting or fishing and to or from said activity)
But I can open carry a long gun. And I do have a concealed weapons permit.
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