Kalashnikov USA to Ship First American AK Shotguns from Florida Facility

After an extended and extensive development and testing period, the very first KUSA firearms, the KS-12 and KS-12T AK Shotguns, have begun shipping out.

KS-12T 12GA Tactical Shotgun
KS-12T 12GA Tactical Shotgun
Kalashnikov USA
Kalashnikov USA

Pompano Beach, Fla. (Ammoland.com) – Kalashnikov USA is proud to announce the long-awaited release of the first KUSA firearms to hit the U.S. marketplace.

The KUSA shotguns, the KS-12 and KS-12T, are the first to ship, and will be followed by the KR-9 9mm platform around the end of the summer.

After a lengthy testing process and evaluation of performance, reliability and durability, the CEO of Kalashnikov USA, Brian Skinner noted that, “We have finally reached the point of being more than satisfied with the remarkable quality and reliability of these products. These firearms are truly worthy of the Kalashnikov name. We are extremely proud to introduce these to the market, and are confident of their success in the AK arena.”

KS-12 12GA Shotgun
KS-12 12GA Shotgun

From coast to coast, firearms dealers and AK fans have patiently awaited the arrival of the first KUSA firearms. Increasing interest in the U.S. built platform required KUSA to insist on only the highest standards of parts and processes to complete the manufacturing of these firearms, thus delaying their initial launch. Now, the wait is over, with the arrival of what are to be the first of many models of Kalashnikov USA firearms. These guns bear the prestige of their Russian heritage and engineering along with the innovation of American production.

Shotgun Magazine
Shotgun Magazine

“I am certain these firearms will be in high demand,” added Bill Silver, VP of sales at KUSA. “Of course, we wanted to ship these guns months ago, but compromising the quality or the brand in order to speed up the time table, was not an option for us.  Kalashnikov USA is only going to produce firearms that will perform well beyond any shooter’s expectations.”

The KR-9 9mm platform of firearms will follow in distribution and will include the KUSA 9mm pistol, the KP-9, the KR-9 carbine and the KR-9 SBR short-barreled rifle. Silver summed up the new 9mm KUSA firearm line models stating, “There will be nothing on the market that will be able to rival these 9mm guns in quality, price, or performance.

For more information on Kalashnikov USA or any of their firearms, visit www.kalashnikov-usa.com. Visit KUSA on:

  • Facebook at www.facebook.com/KalashnikovUSA
  • Instagram at www.instagram.com/kalashnikovusa.

Headquartered in Pompano Beach, Florida, Kalashnikov-USA is the American designer and manufacturer of the iconic firearms platform. Using state-of-the art engineering and the latest in firearms technologies, KUSA is positioned to become a leader in American made AK platforms for the rifle, shotgun and pistol. , Kalashnikov USA firearms will exceed your expectations of how a firearm should perform. www.kalashnikov-usa.com

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Christopher Eller
Christopher Eller
4 years ago

Awesome news! I can’t wait to hear more info as it becomes available!

Especially at $ 990 – $ 1,000!

And for home defense, I can’t wait for a K-12T pistol with AT approved arm-brace “stock.”

So much good info and PRICING available out there on this crazy unheard of site GOOGLE:
https://www.google.com/search?q=KS-12T%2C&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS736US736&oq=KS-12T%2C&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

I feel sad for those who can’t highlight a word in the text, right click and search Google to find prices. Probably couldn’t load a magazine for one of these anyway–so just as well.

Matt
Matt
4 years ago

They sell a shotgun then a 9mm but not the popular round like 5.56?

James Bailey
James Bailey
4 years ago
Reply to  Matt

AK platform, remember?

What part of 7.62 x 39 and 5.45 x39 are you not understanding?

My only wish is that instead of 9mm they would have chambered their 9mm line and 7.65 x 25!

Rock
Rock
4 years ago

No MSRP…………….. Lost interest already.
If you can’t come up with a price, I can’t come up with any reason to look further into the product.