I felt that a 7.62 pistol needed the help of a compensator or brake to tame recoil. The Manticore Arms NightBrake is the best one I could find for the 26×1.5 left hand thread of this pistol. Because I take the M92 in my truck and may need to use it inside the vehicle, I wanted to keep it as short as possible and this brake only adds 1.125″ to the overall length. It’s machined from 8620 steel and heat treated which make this a very solid muzzle brake.
Here is Washington State Congresswoman, Suzan DelBene’s response to my letter asking her to support the 2nd Amendment.
Thank you for contacting my office and sharing your views on gun legislation. I understand that this is an important issue for many of my constituents and I appreciate you taking the time to write me.
I am committed to working to identify bipartisan policy solutions that will better protect our children and communities from tragic mass shootings. There is no one law or set of laws that will prevent every single instance of senseless violence, but we must do a better job of preventing gun violence. We must also keep in mind that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual the right to bear arms. Most gun owners are responsible and law-abiding, and they use their guns safely.
As a member of the House Judiciary Committee, I am eager to review legislation and identify common-sense steps that we can take to prevent gun violence and mass shootings while also respecting the rights of law-abiding gun owners. For example, too many guns today are still sold without a background check and too many individuals prohibited from having a gun slip through the cracks. I believe that strengthening our system of background checks is critical, and I support legislation that would require universal background checks of all gun purchases. We also need to give law enforcement the necessary tools to crackdown on illegal gun trafficking and take concrete steps to improve access to mental health care.
As we move forward, I will consult with law enforcement officials, mental health and public health experts, parents and families of victims, educators, and law-abiding gun owners in order to craft legislation that is responsible and effective. Rest assured that as proposals to curb gun violence come before the House Judiciary Committee, I will certainly keep your views in mind.
Again, thank you for voicing your concern on this critical public safety issue. I invite you to stay connected with me by signing up for my e-newsletter at http://delbene.house.gov/contact-me/newsletter. Through this newsletter, I will periodically ask for your opinion on votes and will notify you on issues affecting the district. I can also be reached on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/RepDelbene and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/RepDelBene. My office is here to serve you, so please do not hesitate to contact us.
Member of Congress
This knife stays in my truck within easy reach.
Overall Length: 8.75″ (222 mm)
Closed Length: 5″ (127 mm)
Blade Length: 3.75″ (96 mm)
Blade Thickness: 0.125″ (3 mm)
Blade Steel: VG-10 PlainEdge
Cutting Edge: 3.438″ (88 mm)
Weight: 3.4 oz. (96 g)
Hole Diameter: 0.5″ (13 mm)
Handle Material: Coyote Brown FRN with Volcano grip texture
Ambidextrous tip-up carry
This is a Serbian Krinkov style AK pistol in 7.62×39. because it is a pistol, it does not require any modifications to meet 922(r) compliance when imported by Century Arms International into the US. It comes with a very nice trigger from the Zastava factory. The official Krinkov version is a rifle and not available in the US. It is built with an underfolder stock. The M92’s barrel is 10″ and is not chrome lined.
I added an Echo Nine Three V4/YP sling adapter and a US Palm AK-BG AK grip. The thread protector is spot welded (visible in the pic above) which I will remove with a dremel. I have a Krinkov style flash hider coming and a compensator that is on back order. I also ordered a detent kit for the muzzle device as well because the M92 doesn’t come with one.
Here is Washington State Senator, Rosemary McAuliffe’s (things are complicated) response to my letter asking her to support the 2nd Amendment.
Thank you for sharing your concerns with me. In the wake of the horrific event at Sandy Hook Elementary it is time we addressed the safety of our schools and our children. Over the next few months I expect a wide range of ideas to be presented on this issue including looking further into our states mental health policies. As a legislator I will listen to all ideas and concerns presented and will do my best to ensure our kids are kept safe while respecting the rights of responsible citizens. Thank you again for contacting me. With so many difficult decisions to make, my colleagues and I are very interested in hearing from all the people we represent.
Senator Rosemary McAuliffe
1st Legislative District
District Office: (425) 398-4213
Here is Washington State Senator, Patty Murray’s (lack of a) response to my letter asking her to support the 2nd Amendment.
Thank you for contacting my office. Your thoughtful comments are greatly appreciated.
The views of Washingtonians are very important to my work. I will keep your thoughts in mind, and I encourage you to stay in touch. If you would like to know more about my work in the Senate, please feel free to sign up for my weekly updates at http://murray.senate.gov/updates. Again, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with me.
United States Senator