Description

SKU: 5165491553
UPC: 5165491553
MFR#: 5165450169

Forged Front Trunnion
Forged Bolt/Carrier
Stamped 1mm Steel Receiver
10.5” Nitrided 4150 Steel Barrel
9x19mm
1 in 10" Twist
2 Port “Tanker Style” Muzzle Brake
Picatinny Top Railed, Hinged Dust Cover
Fixed Rear Sight
Enhanced Extended Safety Lever
Fire Control Group: Single Stage, Single Hook
Magpul AK Polymer Grip, Black
Magpul Polymer Upper/Lower Handguard, Black
PSA AK Picatinny Stock Adapter (No Brace Included)
Ships with Modular Rear Trunnion Tang for Conversion to M4 Stock Adapter Model 
U9 35 Round Patterned Magazine (Will also work in CZ Scorpion 9mm Firearms)

Palmetto State Armory is proud to introduce the new PSA AK-V!  This new product has been designed based on the Vityaz-SN Russian submachine gun, with a few modern improvements.  The PSA AK-V is a blowback-operated system to ensure a smooth cycling action.  Following in the footsteps of our new PSA AK-47 GF3 models, the AK-V features a forged front trunnion and bolt/carrier. Our design utilizes the Palmetto State Armory U9 35 round magazine, and also features last round bolt hold open.  The PSA AK-V will also accept CZ brand scorpion magazines.

The PSA AK-V has a 4150 10.5” nitrided barrel with a 1/10” twist, threaded 1/2x28 to interface with most common 9mm muzzle devices and suppressors. The PSA AK-V shares a single hook trigger with our PSA AK-47 GF3.

 The AK-V was tested and performs well while being suppressed, and is rated for +P+ 9mm ammunition

 Picatinny Top Railed, Hinged Dust Cover
The top Picatinny railed dust cover was designed so most common low mount red dot optics will co-witness with the front and rear sight. High mount red dot optics will not co-witness with the AK-V sights. Please see pictures below: (Optics shown on pictures is for references only; not included)
PSA AK Picatinny Stock Adapter 

The PSA AK Picatinny Stock Adapter replaces the M4 stock adapter found in other AK-V models and allows for your Side Folding Brace to be securely attached to the rear of the firearm.

Spare 35 Round Magazines
Spare magazines will be listed online for the current retail price of $19.99

Pistols must be shipped to a valid, current Federal Firearms Licensee (FFL).  Please have the shipping address of your preferred FFL before placing your order.  You will need the FFL information to complete the order.  It is the purchaser's responsibility to be aware of the laws in their state regarding high capacity sporting rifles.

UPC#: 005165491553

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$730+tax+shipping w/o any type of brace or adapter? They’re slowly pricing out their market, a real Kalashnikov 9mm can be had for a few bills more

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I understand what these other comments are saying. I haven't bought from PSA I a while. Maybe I just got spoiled by the unbeatable deals they had for a few years.

I feel like now they are shifting focus to new designs, which I am really happy about, but I sure do miss being able to build one of their ARs for under $300 shipped.

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Have to agree the prices always change due to sales but always end up being the same in the long run. It has been a while since they had a true “good deal”. One week a pistol is 400 with free shipping next week it is on sale for 375 with 25 shipping. Take that bs elsewhere.

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I’m tired of PSA and the way they have been jacking prices of items with rebates, slowly raising a lot of prices that were on a steady decline, and their recent quality control. All of that mixed with the obvious cash grab move of getting rid of free shipping, I’m done with them. 90% of their “deals” can be had other places and there are plenty of other options out there to replace their brand In my collection. I left a review the other day about an upper and the condition it was in and they deleted all five photos I posted. Two weeks later, still no answer from them as to why. Even after proverbial “we are sorry to hear that, please contact us so we can resolve the issue” bullshit response in the public eye.

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