Century Arms adds a stabilizing brace to the C39v2 AK pistol. (Photo: Century Arms)
Century Arms ups the ante on theC39v2 AK Pistol introducing a new model featuring a Shockwave Blade stabilizing brace.
The Shockwave Blade is a glass reinforced polymer build that quickly mounts to the C39v2 pistol using Century Arms’ new buffer tube mounting adapter. The addition of the brace, according to Century Arms, keeps to the overall compact design of the C39v2 pistol but adds an extra layer of control and manageability.
“The addition of the Shockwave Blade offers a very handy and accurate pistol with the reliability and durability you would expect from an AK,” Jason Karvois, Century’s Director of Sales, said in a press release.
The Shockwave Blade mounts to the AK using Century Arms’ buffer tube mounting adapter. (Photo: Century Arms)
The Blade pistol features a 4150 nitride-treated barrel and milled receiver partnered with a RAK-1 Enhanced Trigger Group and quick-detach attachment point for mounting tactical slings. The AK pistol also boasts compatibility with the Century Arms AK Micro Dot Side Mount.
Century Arms says the C39v2 Blade Pistol is shipping to dealers and distributors nationwide with a MSRP of $949. AK fans looking to just snag the mounting adapter can do so later this year, as the company plans to sell the adapter as a stand alone product in the second quarter.
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