Kalashnikov USA teamed up with Outlaw Ordnance to create a trio of limited edition AKs – the KR-9S Patriot pistol caliber carbine, the KS-12T Valhalla shotgun and the KR-103 Tanker Green rifle. The Outlaw Ordnance did the custom engravings and Cerakote job on these KUSA guns. Only 100 rifles and shotguns, and 25 PCCs will be made. Let’s take a quick look at each of the Kalashnikov USA / Outlaw Ordnance limited edition AKs.
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The KR-9S is a semi-automatic AK-style rifle based on the Russian vityaz submachine gun. It works with a closed bolt blowback operation and comes with a 16.33 inches barrel. It is chambered in 9X19MM and comes with a faux suppressor on the barrel, hence the name KR-9S. It is the closest firearm to a Russian vityaz but 100% made in the US.
The KS-12T is a highly refined and upgraded version of the original Russian-designed Saiga shotgun. KUSA’s improvements make it ideal for sport shooting competitions, enjoyment at the range, or for self-protection. Made in the USA, it includes a 10 round magazine (detachable) and accepts larger magazines and drums as well. It comes equipped with a 6-position collapsible buttstock and weighs around 8.86 lbs. An improved and innovative adjustable gas system allows the use of both 2.75” and 3” 12-gauge shells, from birdshot to magnum loads or slugs. This firearm is not California compliant.
100% made in the US, the KR-103s is a gas-operated semi-automatic rifle with a 16.33″ chrome-lined barrel and a forged trunnion. It is chambered in 7.62×39mm and feeds from a 30-round magazine. The KR-103s comes with a cleaning rod, side optic rail, and a forged carrier. It comes with one 30 round skeletonized window magazine.
Standard KR-9S PCCs, KS-12T shotguns and KR-103 rifles have MSRPs of $1129, $933, and $1180 respectively, which means these limited edition guns cost $270, $366 and $219 more than their regular counterparts.
Pictures by Kalashnikov USA, www.kalashnikov-usa.com/