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Arsenal Inc. SLR-106FR 223 Rem., $925

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This is the best AK-style gun we’ve seen. Though it has its flaws—the trigger is too heavy, the button in the buttstock was distracting, and we’d prefer the action lock open—we’d still buy this gun ahead of the others.

Arsenal Inc. SLR-106FR 223 Rem., $925

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Push the button at the back of the receiver (arrow) and the stock folds over the left side of the receiver.
The rifle can be transported or fired with the stock locked closed.
Push the button protruding from the buttplate and the folded stock releases back out to full length. The button bugged us during normal firing.
The pistol grip was checkered and offered a good grip on the Arsenal, but we thought it was too thin. Above and to the right of the grip is the rotating sling swivel, which allowed the shooter to carry the gun comfortably.

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