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SKU: 5165450169
UPC: 5165450169
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
- M4 Stock Adapter With SBA3 Adjustable Brace
- 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)

 M4 Stock Adapter With SBA3 Adjustable Brace (Included With This Model)
The included M4 adapter with SBA3 can be removed and replaced with the soon to be released triangle side folding brace and mounting mechanism. They are designed to be interchangeable. We will be selling the M4 with SBA3 assembly and the Triangle with mounting devise separately to be used on other firearms in the coming months. We will have the triangle side-folder brace/ mounting mechanism model in about 2-3 months.

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

- 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 Selector
- Fire Control Group: Single Stage, Single Hook
- Magpul AK Polymer Grip, Black
- Magpul AK Polymer Handguard, Black
- M4 Stock Adapter With SBA3 Adjustable Brace
- U9 35 Round Patterned Magazine (Will also work in CZ Scorpion 9mm Firearms)

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.

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*Laughs in Stribog*

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Lol I hear that. I was saving up to get this, I even went ahead and bought mags then I saw the stribog and got it without hesitation. Very smooth soft shooter

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It’s not a special or deal if the price never changes. It’s always $799

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Correction, price was the same until PSA realized they could participate in the gouging.

Palmetto seems to love logo'd lowers, how about: "Bend over, I know you'll pay it."

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Serious question. At what point are mfgs allowed to raise prices? $500 basic AR's have been the standard for a while, based on basic demand. Since Kanye started his pres bs, i'M expecting shit to go off the rails.

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Raising prices due to market conditions (demand, material costs, other sellers / competitive products, etc) is one thing and gouging is another. After this COVID-19 crap has passed they will lower prices to the 3 month ago 'normal.' That is now you can tell the difference....oh, and not everyone is doing it.

BTW, 500 AR's are a thing because anyone with a hammer and a lower can 'build' an AR. A cheap black rifle is about as unique as a 2x4. You don't make 100% GP on a commodity except during a shortage.

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I'm not as convinced that it's "gouging" at this point. I've overheard my favorite local guy on the phone begging for inventory, with more used guns on the shelves than new. The only AR was some $1500 gucci model. Had lowers, but they too were the non budget models. Even the local cabela's has shotguns and levers as the only long guns on display. Natchez doesn't even have any reloading bullets in stock, and good luck getting anything 300blk anywhere. That tells me that there are actual shortages. People maybe selling at pre rona rates, but I don't think in quantity.

I get that AR's are simple to put together, but I'm still surprised that it isn't significantly cheaper to build rather than buy. Ffs, I can buy finished lowers cheaper than ones I have to mill. The real beauty about the platform is how non unique it is, but with fairly minimal skill, can build exactly what you're looking for.

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The reasons it is cheaper to buy than build is volume pricing on the components and that actually brings up a great point about PSA's pricing; did lowers, barrels, labor, etc increase during the COVID-19 period? The price of the parts seem to be stable and I doubt they are throwing raises at people while so many are out of work, so why are they raising prices (and by so much)? Imagine if every time a hurricane hit, gas jumped to $8 per gallon. The cost of the tanker is still the same but there is a 'panic buy period.' Same goes for milk, bread, medicine, etc. This is gouging and shows what morals a company / their owners really have. You can have all the "we stand for the anthem" lowers in the world but being a price gouging bottom feeder shows your true colors.

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I doubt that the price for the "lowers, barrels, labor, etc" increased, but demand still out paced production by a substantial margin. June saw a 145% yoy increase, the highest of the past 6 months, with several states breaking records. As far as a comparison to oil, we have substantial reserves to buffer fairly regular times of irregularity. On the other hand, I believe that the firearms industry tries to keep more of a state of equilibrium, rather than surplus. An election year spike can be expected, but continuous months of record sales, this early in an election year, is an anomaly. Food prices had the largest spike since the 70's in April, so yes they did do panic price increases. The major difference, aside from tp, is that most everything stabilized from the initial painic hoarders by May.

I'm not actually trying to defend gougers, but think things are a bit more nuanced. We still have a demand peak, while the supply chain had to be significantly retooled to accommodate social distancing, if not being completely disrupted by shut downs. PAS's "ar in the hand of every american" doesn't exactly fit with the current sales regimen, but I don't think things are as simplistic as people want them to be. Personally, I'd rather have a bit more "we stand for the anthem", than "in these trying times" right now.

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I disagree completely but respect the fact your opinion is well thought out as opposed to the normal knee jerk reactionary reply.

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Respect. I'd love to see proper stats, but I'm left with basing thing on reported nics statistic and jack shit on the shelves. Now would be a perfect time for someone new to enter the market, but I still believe that there is a lack of surplus. Unless you're looking for makarovs and mausers...

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Agreed. I'm sick of these getting posted every day at normal price. They're awesome and I want one for sure, but they don't belong on a "deals" site at normal price.

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People are nuts these days. Why pay more to shoot 9mm???? This ak pistol should not cost more than $400! Best bang for the buck still ep9! Why keep supporting palmetto with a rip off prices these days!

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Ok boomer.

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These were available almost every day between Aug 21 and yesterday but they DO sell out fast so one has to check frequently to stay current. They do NOT notify you, even if you are on a request list - at least that's my experience.Bought mine (all black) on Aug 26 and got it on Sept 4. Have put 500 + rounds thru is already with no FTFs and no issues. Apparently, they have worked out some of the early bugs.. Plan to modify mine with an aftermarket AK trigger, folding stock and sling brackets. It seems to be VERY well built... and despite what seems to be a relatively high price (I paid $779), I would do it again and recommend it to anyone who wants to have some relatively inexpensive and non-punishing fun (.9mm versus 7.62 X 45mm) - without the recoil.

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They must be making a killing on these. At this price you'd think they were imported from Russia or Poland and had to go through all the hoops involved... and in 9mm no less. Imagine paying more for an AR that shot .22LR. It just doesn't make sense. Paying more for less. The gun scene is straight bazaaro world these days.

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I bought one of these and they are a well made, fun to shoot 9mm. yes, gun prices are getting out of line but just look at the cost of a Romanian PSL rifle. I bought mine for $600 back in 2003, now they are $2000. this is business as usual, charge what the market can stand.

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It’s not a deal if it sells out in just a few minutes.

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Oooooo you almost had it jimmy

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always sold out

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I purchased an AK-V on Monday March 25th. I received an email Wednesday stating that Palmetto will not ship the AK-V to Michigan due to the fact that it measures longer than 26". If this is the fact, no one could purchase them in any state without a SBR stamp. Am I wrong with this logic? If it is over 26", PSA should call it an SBR, not a pistol. Also, PSA should tell their customers what states prohibit the purchase of this or other firearms they sell. I cannot believe the designers of the AK-V would make it over 26" in length. I hope this is a mistake on OAL measurement by PSA? If you have one, please measure the distance from the back end of the buffer tube to the end of the barrel without the flash hider and comment. Thanks

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Michigan has a different measurement law for pistols than the atf does. Those laws are stacked on TOP of the atf laws. Meaning Michigan has more stringent guidelines for what is considered a pistol compared to the ATF. So no gun seller is going to sell a gun in Michigan that doesnt meet those laws there.

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Darn double post

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With sb3 brace you measure with it fully extended, not at the end of buffer tube. Someone check my facts.

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The ATF just published an opinion letter two months ago that reversed this position. They now consider only parts that are essential to the function of a firearm [e.g. buffer tube, not the actual brace or stock] to be included in the measurement of a firearm, and also if any part of the firearm folds they unfold those parts to return it to its functional state for the measurement.

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Got the email 18 minutes after they sent it and were sold out

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