American Tactical AK-47

The American Tactical has taken Yugoslavian parts kits and assembled them in a milled American made receiver and an American made barrel, producing a high quality and reliable underfold AK rifle. This particular rifle was one of the first rifles I've ever had that every single one of the magazines of my inventory fit and functioned in. Many of those magazines would not fit in the NODAK SPUD, Chinese Norinco, and WASR Romanian AKM receivers, particularly the American made polymor magazines would not fit. The AT-47 offers an extremely high quality rifle with a reasonable price tag.
 


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09/10/2016 3:48am

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07/14/2017 2:10am

The advantage of having an understudy rifle chambered in .22 LR and similar in ergonomics and controls to its full-powered sibling is well recognized. The idea of shooting a .22 LR out of an AR is not a new concept. Various kits are on the market that enable users to substitute bolt carriers into their AR, allowing shooters to benefit from firing the inexpensive .22 LR in full-size ARs for training purposes without having to invest in a new rifle. I’m only stating an opinion backed by years of observation in and around the gun culture. While there is no debate that the AR is the best-selling rifle model in America, serious students of personal defense who do not rely on logistical support from a department or agency have come to appreciate what the AK offers in terms of performance.

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American Tactical (AT) has reacted to powerful market forces with one of its offerings, the AK-47 chambered in .22 LR. Many are searching for ways to maintain or increase proficiency without having to spend disproportionate amounts of their individual budgets on centerfire ammunition. The advantage of having an “understudy” rifle chambered in .22 LR and similar in ergonomics and controls to its full-powered sibling is well recognized.

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04/11/2017 10:37am

I have the same rifle. This is the best fire weapon on earth!

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