Mark Muller likes to live large, celebrating God, guns and his country every chance he gets.
This article is excerpted from “AK-47: The Grim Reaper,” in which author Frank Iannamico examines the seminal Russian design in a level of detail and analysis few have matched.
Here’s a U.S. made, semi-auto version of the most successful 20th-century military arm-the AK-47.
Mark Keefe remarks on the news of Mikhail Kalashnikov's death.
This American-made C39 Micro AK-style pistol sports a short 6.25" barrel, along with the reliability that is expected from the AK-platform firearms.
The PAP M92 with a stabilizing arm brace from Century International Arms is on display at the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits.
The first descendant of the Galil rifle to come to the U.S. since 1993 will hit dealers' shelves sometime in February 2015.
It looks like an AR but the iconic curved magazine screams AK-47. If you're trying to decide between the two, CMMG's new Mk47 Mutant offers the best of both rifles. Read more here.
Read more for explanations as to why we are seeing more and more contemporary AR-style rifles chambered for the Soviet M43 cartridge.
A rugged and reliable Cold War classic is successfully refined in this American-made milled receiver variant of the AK-47.