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ATI Introduces AK-47 Strikeforce Elite Recoil Taming System

February 03, 2012  | 

Photo: ATI
Photo: ATI

Advanced Technology International (ATI) has introduced the AK-47 Strikeforce Elite Package with Scorpion Recoil System—a six-position collapsible stock with upgraded aluminum, ventilated handguards, and an adjustable cheekrest.

The AK-47 Strikeforce Elite Package has a redesigned slim-line rear aluminum receiver mount and a six-position collapsible stock. The Scorpion Recoil System features a non-slip, removable Scorpion Razorback buttpad and a Sure-Grip Scorpion Recoil Pistol Grip. The AK-47 Strikeforce Elite Package removes limitations from spring- and piston-type recoil suppression systems.

The AK-47 Strikeforce Elite Package is constructed with Military Type III Anodized, 6061 T6 aluminum and has a 4-inch Picatinny rail, two 2-inch Picatinny rails, a 2-inch Picatinny rail with swivel stud, a six-position commercial buffer tube and an aluminum receiver mount. Each AK-47 Strikeforce Elite Ultimate Professional Stock Package features an ergonomic texture with ventilated upper and lower handguards, blank inserts for when rails are not in use, a 3M industrial-grade self-adhesive soft touch cheekrest pad, an adjustable 3/8-inch cheekrest, a slot for a tactical sling attachment, three sling swivel studs and DuPont extreme temperature glass reinforced polymer. 

This Strikeforce Package includes a steel castle nut, steel locking ring, steel T-Nut and steel pistol grip bolts. Each AK-47 Strikeforce Elite Ultimate Professional Stock Package is manufactured in the U.S. and fits most stamped AK receivers. The stock will not fit milled receivers. The stock, handguards and pistol grip count toward compliance parts.

Tags: Advanced Technology International, AK-Type Rifles, Weapon Accessories

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