Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Jago, Apr 6, 2006.
I have an underfolder, if you want to just send a shitload of ammo down range its fun with the stock folded, but if you want to actually try to hit your target you need the stock, I would rather have a Krink then a pistol.
What's the difference between a Krinkov and any other AK pistol.
Krink has a folding stock, disadvantage is its an SBR and needs a tax stamp, you can put a fake supressor on it and get around that though.
Thanks. Can an side or under folder be added to an AK pistol later? Ofcourse that would mean you'd have to pay the $200 stamp too, right?
It would require a different rear trunion to put a stock on one, and yes also a stamp.
They look fun but I'd rather have the kel-tec plr-16 and 5.56 The ability to use cheap wolf would be a nice advantage of the ak-47 pistol though.