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FINALLY, A REAL BULGARIAN “KRINK”
IN 5.45x39mm Caliber


Arsenal Inc. is happy to announce the new SLR-104UR rifles. Available immediately, this highly sought after configuration in an equally desirable caliber, is in stock and ready to ship.


The SLR-104UR may be the most popular stamped receiver “Krink” configuration in the industry. In the past, even parts kits have commanded a high premium when they have been available, and now you can own this desirable rifle, ready to roll, along with Arsenal, Inc’s legendary quality and warranty and the very low MSRP of $1,249.00.


The 5.45x39 caliber SLR-104UR rifles feature a stamped receiver, hammer-forged and chrome-lined barrel, and left-side folding polymer stock. The SLR-104UR ships with a 30-round magazine and is manufactured with numerous end users in mind. For those who like the aesthetics of the “Krink” family of rifles but want the performance of a standard carbine length barrel, or live in non-NFA areas, this rifle is ready to surpass your expectations, out of the box. For those who prefer the NFA Short Barreled Version (SBR), it is ready for a qualified gunsmith to register with the BATFE and shorten the barrel, immediately utilizing an original 24x1.5mm muzzle device on the factory threads on the front sight block.


Grab it here.
 

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I never thought that I'd see the day.
 

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Considering that they list the twist rate for their 24" RPK barrel assembly as 1 in 178mm, I think something is wrong.
 

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That wouldn't make any sense though. Obviously they made this with the intention of it being SBR'd, you'd think they would do they correct twist rate for when it is chopped....if someone wants a full 16" barrel, they probably aren't going to go for this particular model. I know we're all thinking the same thing, and I hope were wrong about this.
 

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That wouldn't make any sense though. Obviously they made this with the intention of it being SBR'd, you'd think they would do they correct twist rate for when it is chopped....if someone wants a full 16" barrel, they probably aren't going to go for this particular model. I know we're all thinking the same thing, and I hope were wrong about this.
Why would they set up to run say 1000 8" barrels when they can just run a shit ton of 16" barrels? I doubt these have the correct krink twist. Remember Arsenal is here to screw us all lol
 

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I just held the first one and it is a thing of beauty. We got 40 of them and are getting them ready for individual shipping. We are taking extra care on these for you.
We will get another 80 in about three hours. We will try and get some of those out today as well. All of the rest will ship on Thursday.
Have a Merry Christmas
Robert
 

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Why would they set up to run say 1000 8" barrels when they can just run a shit ton of 16" barrels? I doubt these have the correct krink twist. Remember Arsenal is here to screw us all lol
I do not believe Arsenal is here to screw us. This is still jacked up. Why spend 1200+ on a rifle that is out of spec? I understand it will function 100% in its current form but how many of the potential buyers will NOT want to chop it down.

P.S. I just replied to myself lol
 

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Why spend 1200+ on a rifle that is out of spec?
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As much as I would love to have a factory built 5.45x39 krink, there's just no way I can put down that kind of money unless I know for certain it will function properly after I pay for the $200 stamp and cut the barrel. I just don't understand why a krink would be made with a slower twist rate than the RPK barrel assembly.
 
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