Zastava Arms, originally founded in 1853 alongside the production of cannon barrels and howitzers, is a Serbian arms and artillery manufacturer headquartered in Kragujevac, Serbia. With over 150 years of experience in the arms industry and a rich heritage, Zastava Arms states that their philosophy is to not only maintain their place among Europe's top arms manufacturers, but to advance their position by continuing to offer high-quality military, hunting and sporting arms as they always have while improving at every level of their operation. In fact, their ISO 9001 and SNO 9000/05 certifications are a testament to their dedication to providing the best product possible. And speaking of quality products, the Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol, a Krinkov-style pistol based on the AKM, is one of the manufacturer's most popular firearms.
As noted, the Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol is a civilian-legal Krinkov-style pistol based on the AKM. Produced by Zastava Arms for importation by Century Arms International, the PAP M92 pistol is a Kalashnikov-patterned pistol with a design based on the Soviet AKM. And because the Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol is manufactured and sold as a pistol rather than a short-barreled rifle, its 10-inch barrel is in complete compliance with all federal regulations. As such, ownership does not require federal registration; approval from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives or a $200 tax stamp. In other words, buy now or be sorry.
The Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol, each of which is manufactured in the world-famous Zastava Arms factory, features a hammer forged 10-inch barrel alongside an overall length of 19.3 inches. Its heavy-duty stamped receiver boasts a thickness of one mm and includes a black finish to offer enhanced protection against rust and corrosion as well as increased resistance to wear caused by moving parts. Beautifully stained maple furniture is joined by an ergonomic pistol grip as well as a dual-aperture Krinkov-style rear sight. Other features include a bolt hold-open notch on the selector, a chrome-plated gas piston and a Krinkov-style hinged top cover. All of this is packed into a pistol that weighs just over six pounds. As noted, each Zastava Arms PAP M92 pistol is chambered for the 7.62x39mm cartridge and includes two 30-round magazines.
|Barrel Length||10 Inches|
|Number of Mags||2|
|Manufacturers Part Number||HG3089N|
|Restrictions||Age - 21+|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|
One of the funnest pistols I've shot and ammo is cheap to boot.
This would be a great sbr and it being serbian is a plus
The best made AK pistol I have ever owned. It is very well made. The fit and finish are phenomenal. If you are a fan of the Yugo M70 version of the AK whether it's the wood stock version or the AB2 like I own. You will love this pistol. The first thing I did to mine was paint the hoagie bun handguard with a textured paint that looks like plastic and I installed a Krink gas booster and retaining pin after getting rid of the stupid thread guard. I have a Midwest Industries metal Quadrail ordered for it. Nothing but the best for a Quality Krink. A lot of owners like to install the triangular folding stock and make it a SBR. It is supposed to have a underfolder like the AB2 but if you put the holes in it for the underfolder it obstructs or actually destroys the serial number. The latest ones produced have had the serial placed in another location so a underfolder can be used. It is a mean looking gun with the Krink gas booster screwed on the end of the barrel. A very nice gun! My Yugo M70AB2 and My M92 are like a matching set.
I was lucky enough to purchase one of these before the last shooting tragedy. When I take it to the range everyone asks me why and can they shoot it. I tell them cause its so much fun and normally yes. This thing is a blast. It is super loud and spews fire like a dragon. It feeds out of any high cap AK mag. Mine has run like a champ so far. Its a 2-3 inch gun at 50yds so you can use it for hunting. Two rivets popped out of mine but I was able to Jerry rig them back in place and have not had any other problems. The safety is pretty stiff and the grip was slick but that was also an easy fix. Great gun to turn into SBR. Plain ole fun!