Sunday, July 1, 2012
I agree, a little disappointing that it doesn't come with the trademark Beryl features of the folding stock and top rail, but looks to be overall a great quality AK with 1" groups. As Sturmgewehre points out, for a lot of people the quality won't be worth $1300 without some more Beryl features. Also too bad they went with the slower twist barrel so it won't shoot 62 grain and up as well. Why did they even notch the safety at point? While I understand the tabbed safety thing, I don't really have a problem with chamber flagging the rifle if I need to instead of holding it open. That is all a notched safety on an AK is good for unless you are getting ridiculously fancy with Yugo hold open followers and slapping up the safety before pulling the mag.