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I've owned AK-47'S but would foolishly sell for one reason or another. I bought a pap-92 because I thought it was cool and I still had plenty of ammo, knowing I'd get another one sometime. Question is the pap-92considered a real AK (semi-version) or just a gimmick,novelty gun.Have they (pistol types) ready been used by military or ?
 

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Most of the AK pistol models that have been imported to the US have seen military service in one form or another. As military weapons they weren't pistols though. They had stocks of some sort attached. Importing them as pistols just avoids issues with the US barrel length requirements. The Yugo pistols are a good example. M92 and M85 are the original designations for underfolder carbines that saw service with the Yugoslavian military.

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If you can do a SBR in your state it is possible to own a semi version rather cheaply (@ $1000 I would think). $450 for the pistol, $150 for the stock set up, $200(?) for the rear trunnion work, $200 tax stamp...
 
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