Shooting Mini AK47 Draco SBR

We finally got to the range with the new Mini Draco AK47 SBR (Short Barrel Rifle)
It was as fun to shoot as it is cool to look at.. we did a basic zero at 200 yards (meters) then shot pigs at 300 yards, turkeys at 400 and the big round steel target (gong) at 500+ yards

For a short rifle, it is quite accurate, and pretty loud

I am sure we will be shooting this one a lot more, stay tuned

Using an Ace Stock and Midwest Industries Railed Handguard along with other parts to make this pistol into a version of a ‘budget krink’ legally

This is NOT an AKS-47U,
this is NOT a Krink,
this is NOT an AKS-74U
this is NOT an AK74U (which is fake video game nonsense)
or any other version of a short AK47

This IS a hybrid creation, a Mini Draco AK47 SBR (Short Barrel Rifle)

This is an AK Pistol, Called a Mini Draco, made in Romania, shipped to the US as a pistol. It was bought as a pistol, then the paperwork and fee ($200) was paid to the NFA branch of the ATF (BATFE) to legally convert the pistol into a short rifle (Barrel less than 16 inches, and overall length shorter than 26 inches) to create a NEW hybrid of AK from this Mini Draco. There are NO licenses for this rifle, nor the conversion. Instead a tax is paid, forms are filled out, and a tax stamp is issued for the conversion. The tax stamp does NOT apply to any other builds or conversions, it is NOT a license to own “class3″ firearms

We walk through the parts, paperwork and assembly of a Short Barrel Rifle (SBR) from a Mini Draco AK47 pistol.

Building a Mini AK47 (SBR) Short Barrel Rifle;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-UmnKD4Yhw&feature=plcp

Mini Draco SBR (Complete Build)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX8SKoS_Jbs

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