Kalashnikov USA Begins Shipping KP-104 Semi-Auto Pistol in 7.62x39mm Caliber

7.62x39mm KP-104 Pistol - left side view.

Pompano Beach, Florida (June 15, 2022) – Kalashnikov-USA (KUSA), the premier manufacturer of AK-pattern firearms in the United States, is pleased to announce the production and distribution of the KP-104, a 7.62x39mm semi-automatic pistol featuring a 12.25” hammer forged, chrome-lined barrel.  The KP-104 weighs just over 7 pounds and has an overall length of only 23”.  It uses commonly available AK-pattern magazines.  The KP-104 can be transferred to and sold by Federal Firearm Licensed Dealers (FFLs) in most states not explicitly banning such firearms. *  The MSRP is $1349.99

The KP-104 was first shown during the 2022 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show held in Las Vegas January 18-21.  It represents the continued expansion of AK style semi-automatic firearms being built by KUSA in its Florida factory.  The company plans to introduce additional variants, including in 5.56x45mm caliber, before year-end.

About Kalashnikov-USA (KUSA)

Kalashnikov-USA has grown enormously in recent years as more American shooters discover the incredible reliability of Mikhail Kalashnikov’s iconic long-stroke gas piston design. The company’s product line includes rifles, pistols and 12-gauge shotguns as well as a variety of parts and accessories.  KUSA offers semi-automatic firearms for US consumers. Select-fire versions are available only to bona fide military and law enforcement agencies. Exports are available to qualified buyers in accordance with International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) as administered by the U.S. State Department. Additional information can be obtained by visiting the company’s website at www.kalashnikov-usa.com.

*Given the current flux in firearm regulations, including pistol braces and semi-automatic firearms in general, it is the buyer’s responsibility to make sure that any modifications or accessories added to this firearm are in accordance with applicable state and federal restrictions.  Adding a stock to the KP-104 constitutes the making of a short-barreled rifle (SBR) as defined by the National Firearms Act (NFA) and requires additional paperwork, the payment of a $200 tax stamp, and receipt of an approved Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) form BEFORE modifying the firearm.  Note also that some states prohibit SBRs, pistol braces, standard capacity magazines and other accessories. Do not alter the configuration of this firearm without a full understanding of, and compliance with, applicable laws and regulations.

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