Florida-based Kalashnikov USA this month announced a new 12 gauge shotgun model for those wanting a more traditional stock.
KUSA isn't a stranger to the AK shotgun market, having other KS-12 models complete with a pistol grip, M4-style collapsible or fixed buttstock, and 10-round mags; as well as the Khaos and Komrade 12 gauge "firearms."
The new Kommander drops the pistol grip in favor of a featureless black synthetic Monte Carlo-style Saiga buttstock. Using an 18.5-inch barrel, it runs KUSA's MLOK-compatible Tactical Rail System, ships with three interchangeable screw-in external choke tubes (Modified, Improved, Full), and ships with a pair of five-round magazines. KUSA says it is "hunting inspired."
Although KUSA says, "The Kommander was inspired by the God father of California himself," it is listed by the manufacturer as not being NY, CA, MA, CT, NJ, or MD compliant, so there's that.