Century International Arms PAP M92 Pistol

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posted on April 26, 2014
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Century International Arms Director of Business Development Jacob Herman was excited to share that the PAP M92's arm brace was officially approved by the ATF, classifying it as a pistol and not a rifle. The PAP M92 is the truest form of the krinkov-style pistols in the U.S. that comes with wooden hanguards, a 4-piece krink-style muzzle device, has a hammer-forged barrel and a chrome-lined bolt carrier. The PAP M92 takes standard AK-47 magazines. CIA firearms are built in Serbia at the Zastava factory.

For more information, visit Century International Arms.

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