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KP-9 – 9x19mm Pistol Hexagon Rail-Multicam

$1,499.00

SKU: KP-9 Hexagon

Ships to most states. See details below.

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Kalashnikov USA is proud to introduce our custom KP-9 9x19mm with KUSA Triangle Brace and custom 5 layer Black Multicam Cerakote.  We added a the highly coveted Hexagon Custom rail along with 3 additional 30 round magazines. This one will go fast!

 

The Kalashnikov USA™ KP-9 is our civilian legal, 9mm semi-auto only AK style pistol based upon the Russian Vityaz submachine gun. Proudly made in the U.S.A., the KP-9 offers a variety of options for the Vityaz enthusiast. With its hinge block and quick detach mount at the rear of the receiver, the KP-9 comes ready for conversion into a short barreled rifle (SBR) under the provisions of the National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934.*

This semi-auto pistol accepts 30-round and 10-round Kalashnikov USA™ magazines. The steel lined polymer magazines feature a very reliable double-column, double-feed design. The KP-9 also has specially designed feed ramps to accommodate jacketed hollow point bullets.

The KP-9’s hinged top cover has an attached Picatinny rail. The muzzle features 1/2 inch x 28 suppressor-ready muzzle threads (and a shoulder) making it compatible with most US muzzle devices and suppressors. It comes from the factory with a flash suppressor installed.

*You can enjoy shooting your KP-9 in pistol configuration while awaiting approval from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to convert it into a short barreled rifle (SBR). The KP-9 can also be fitted with a pistol brace but such stabilizing devices are currently under regulatory review by ATF. Before installing any buttstock, stabilizing device, vertical foregrip or other control accessory, please consult with a competent authority in your jurisdiction to ensure compliance with all current firearms laws and regulations. Mere possession of these parts– before proper regulatory approval— can be a violation of law.