In this first video we get to see the transition of Poland’s noteworthy Fabryka Broni Łucznik’s manufacturing from their Cold War plant to their present-day facility in Radom. This is where they make existing Archer rifles for the open market, some of the most accurate and well-made 5.56 NATO AK-pattern guns, period.
Still, while the AK is a proven design it has its shortcomings especially when it comes to its ability to accept accessories. It’s heavy for what it is and that’s why Fabryka Broni Łucznik has replaced it with the new MSBS, the Modular Small Arms System.
Hopefully with the gap left in the market following sanctions against the Kalashnikov Concern, we’ll get to see more products stateside stamped Radom, because these are some sweet-ass guns.