|Caliber||223 Remington/5.56 NATO|
|Stock Finish||Blued Steel|
|Stock Type||Pistol Grip|
|Left Hand Model||No|
|Product Model||Zastava PAP|
- Great gun, won't eat Tula very well but what will (review by KoyoteTan on 4/10/2016)
This gun is one of my favorite pistols of this type I've owned, out of AR or AK types. It is cheaper than a decent AR pistol and takes AR mags as you can see. Rear trunnion drilled and tapped for Ace pig nose AR tube adapter with Stormwerkz 6° shim to make it straight from the receiver with KAK AR pistol tube and Shockwave Blade stabilizer. It also had a folding mechanism from Stormwerkz for a time. The Manticore Renegade was painted FDE but is now offered that way and is the best handguard among few options for these, with Magpul MOE HG components compatible with ample customization slots. Grip was Magpul MOE, but I prefer the Strike Industries grip.
It had no malfunctions until I got to Tula ammo which gave me a stuck case after 60 rounds of it like I've gotten in ARs with the same ammo. Only the rod that it came with luckily fed down the muzzle and a rock could get it unstuck. Not a real biggie since Tula generally stinks and I've had lots of trouble with other guns in 223 (other calibers have been fine).
As far as AK pistols go, this is my favorite next to a full size Draco, because of the caliber and magazines size. It makes a great grab and go/truck gun and will fit without muzzle device, with or without a stock/stabilizer in many 72 hour backpacks like a 5.11 Rush 72 or the one I use, a GeigerRig 1600.
I will say that I ended up selling mine to a happy buyer because I prefer AK cartridges now in this kind of short gun since they are designed to extract easier as a tapered cartridge instead of a straight wall like a 5.56/223. I could have kept this gun too, if it wasn't for fullsize Draco showing up on this same site for a very good price. I've been wanting a Draco for a long time.