Description

Combining the fun and function of the legendary AK-47 with the easily-available 9mm round, the PAK-9 is a sweet shooter with familiar controls and a low price tag. Made from steel (not plastic) with exceptional fit and finish, it uses standard AK furniture and comes with two 10-round magazines. The PAK-9 Pistol features an interchangeable magazine adapter (sold separately) that allows you to convert from Beretta® style to Glock® style magazines easily and without tools.

Uses Beretta 92 magazines, but can be converted to Glock with an adapter (sold separately)
Alloy frame (not cheap plastic) gives it nice heft
Standard AK trigger block
Blowback system
Made in Romania
Comes with two 10-rd. magazines
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Key Specifications
Item Number: 701921
Caliber: 9mm
Action: Semi-automatic
Capacity: 10+1
Barrel length: 6.3"
Frame: Alloy
Pistol grip: Polymer
Sights (front/rear): Fixed rear/adjustable front
Fire control: Standard AK trigger block
Overall length: 14.25"
Mfg. Number: CHDG440071
UPC: 8053670717893
Item number: WX2-701921

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I need to change to a Glock adapter

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Such a stupid and ugly gun, don't see any real reason why anyone would want this. I'm sure the people buying this are the ones running around their mom's house wearing a tac vest.

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This has to be the stupidest gun of the year, if you can't see why you shouldn't be buying guns in the first place. If it wasn't for the zip gun I think it might make the stupidest gun in the last decade.

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Chiappa has the glock mag adapers and very easy to swap out with no tools. Takes less then one min. I drilled out the dimples on the berreta mags and they now hold 15.

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I guess people are just ignoring the facts about the pak 9 and just see that Chiappa is importing it. So therefore this must obviously be a POS even though its made Cugir. Cugir FYI makes some damn good AK's including the RH10. This would make a good SBR with the glock adapter but in its current configuration I'd pass.

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I don't agree, chiappa has nothing to do with the making of this weapon, simply importers. And you can't tell me CUGIR ARMS makes shit... I doubt they've create some crappy tooling and specifically crappy materials strictly for chiappa. I'm sure they're produced on the same machines in the same factory. Their cheaper due to not being a piston system and a much simpler blowback system.

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Just found out these are manufactured by CUGIR, same company that make the Romanian WASR AK. Should be a good reliable weapon according to reviews

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im sure its built with sub par standards and the cheapest MIM steel available for chiappa, chiappa only puts out the best in trash guns period, your better off with any other gun made IMHO

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Since when is Rhino a piece of trash?

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since its had tons of broken triggers parts and guys missing fingers from them exploding in peoples hands because of the cheap "chiappalloy" no joke thats what it is called chiappalloy frames, and substandard casting, have any gunsmith look at the trigger of a rhino and he will tell you what garbage it is, all the chiappa 22's are garbage, the steel is garbage the coatings are garbage, the aluminum has to much magnesium in it and is garbage, but i am only saying this from experience with actual chiappa guns and not because i am biased against them.

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This will be my next purchase, these are really neat in my opinion

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I recieved this pistol in 2 days. Ordered after 10 pm and shipped out the next day.
Now on to the pistol. Came packaged very good in a cardboard box. Very tight cut outs to keep anything from banging around. In the box was 2 10 round berretta mags (can be made into 15 rounders by drilling out dimples), a really cheap single point sling (i would not use this and threw it out), trigger lock ( like i really need another one of these) and a manual. Fit and finished is vey nice, everything was tight no wiggles or slop on hand guard. This thing is a pig though weighing more than some of my ar rifles at 6.3 pounds. Broke down to inspect bitdid not lube (i like to see how a firearm will run out of the box)
I tested fired 2 mags of 10 rounds to make sure it would function and not need to be sent in for repairs. Not one issue and really liked the trigger on it. Was not bad to handle. Sights are crap only thing i could find i dont like on the pistol.
I put on a century arms arm brace on the pistol. Will need to trim off the grip the 2 wings that come up over the reciever so it will sit flush and remove the rear sling mount (screws off easy with a slim wrench. I think 7/16 is what i used was not very tight). Added a magpul afg to the hand guard (sticks out a little but still away from the muzzle). Lastly i added a holosun red dot.
Went and fired the rest of the 350 rounds of blazer brass i had. No issues at all. Sight and brace made it a dream to shoot.
I also own a CZ Scorpion i have about 1400 in after upgrades(pistol grip, trigger springs and trigger, arm brace, oversized mag release, charging handle, afg, ak style safety) . Comparing it to pak-9 it seems i got a better deal with this pistol. I have about 675 in this pistol with upgrades (red dot, afg and brace) and purchasing the glock mag adapter. Chiappa was the only place that has the glock mag adapter and was 40 shipped. I would not worry about this being a chiappa product. This pistol is made over in romania and just imported by Chiappa. Over all this is one of the best deals if you want a PDW i think.

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looks like something only a antifa member would buy

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did you get yours yet comrade?

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CZ Evo all the way. My experience with Chiappa has not been the best.

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I owned both, & enjoyed shooting the PAK9 much more than the EVO. It has a far better trigger right out of the box compared to the CZ. Keep in mind Chiappa imports the PAK9 but it is actually made in Cugir, Romania. which is where WASR10s come from. Regarding adding a buffer tube, I think Atlantic sold PAk9s with the buffer tube & brace, its the same attachment point between the grip & receiver as any other AK pistol.

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Cz scorpion evo 3 worth the extra $300 bucks!

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How tough would it to be to put a buffer tube on this for a brace? I hear these are AK reliable.

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Looks cool, but I think I will stick with my Springfield XDM 9 with 19 rounds and is reliable. Or a Glock XX with a high capacity mag.

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