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Molot (Russian) VEPR RPK

Very Rare / Very Limited Qty in US - Banned from Import

Russian VEPR RPK 
For the serious AK Collector only!
This is New / un-Fired in the Box
FM-RPK47-33 (7.62x39)

Slightly higher in NJ due to needed compliance work

Serious inquiries only!!!
Factory Info.:

Built on the same standard as the military RPK, Vepr RPK is 50% more reinforced than any standard rifle. Each RPK has been manufactured using state of the art technology, effectively creating a heavy duty barrel and receiver that will last through not just a lifetime but for many generations to come. The RPK barrels are hammer forged and chrome lined using techniques that make them four to five times stronger than any standard rifle barrel, giving the Vepr RPK rifles substantially extended service life over other rifles. Vepr RPK rifle in 7.62x39mm caliber, 23-in barrel, stamped receiver, chrome lined hammer forged barrel, removable muzzle nut with 14x1mm left-hand threads, 1000 meter sight leaf with adjustable windage, Cleaning Kit and Cleaning Rod, black polymer furniture, with left-side folding paddle style buttstock, shipped with one 30-rd magazine (10rd in NJ), 922(r) compliant with US or foreign made magazines. Features: Folding Bipod The first True factory Molot RPK in the US market Heavy RPK hammer forged chrome lined barrel RPK 1.5mm stamped receiver RPK trunnion block RPK ribbed polymer handguards with stainless steel heat shield Polymer paddle style folding buttstock with cleaning kit trap door Windage adjustable 1000m rear sight leaf Scope mount side rail Accepts all mil-spec double-stack AK-47 7.62x39mm magazines 14x1mm left-hand muzzle thread 922r compliant with foreign made magazines

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