I’m fascinated by the design of the Kalashnikov-related rifles and given their long history of use, there are tons and tons of photos out there. Back when I first started being interested in AKs it was about 2006 and I would snag photos when I saw them. My plan is to periodically post a collection of photos so you can see the weapons and the people with them. There’s a lot of history in these photos.
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- Post #1 (114 photos) – May 23, 2020
- Post #2 (20 photos) – June 26, 2020
- Post #3 (20 photos) – July 2, 2020
- Post #4 (20 photos) – July 4, 2020
- Post #5 (25 photos) – July 10, 2020
- Post #6 (25 photos) – July 11, 2020
- Post #7 (25 photos) – July 13, 2020
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PSA AK Webstore Links
Click on the following links for the associated webstore categories at Palmetto:
- PSA AK-47 GF3 (the rifle)
- AK-P GF3 (the pistol version of the GF3)
- AK-V (their Vityaz-inspired wicked 9mm) – [click here for my blog posts on the one I bought and converted] – this includes accessories
- AK-E – their premium AK line
- Accessories including magazines, handguards, grips, triggers and more
- They are also selling individual parts such as springs, barrels, bolt carriers, furniture sets, repair kits and more