Palmetto State Armory GF3
I have had the Palmetto State Armory GF3 for over a year now. The last time I shot footage of the rifle there were a few feet of snow on the ground. Add that there were no target backers at the range to the snow, it was a bad time to shoot.
Since I needed to test some 7.62×39 ammo, I figured that a revisit of the GF3 was in order. Sit back and enjoy my revisit of the GF3.
About the Palmetto State Armory GF3 that I own:
I own the PSAK-47 GF3 Forged “MOEkov” with grey Magpul furniture and the Zhukov stock and it has been more than a year since I took it out for video work.
In the 90’s I was burned by a MADDI that I purchased. After all, it was hyped as “the closest thing to a Russian AK that you could buy”. To get shots on the paper the front sight is drifted completely to one side. The more that I shot that rifle, the more I liked my SKS.
For 20 years I hated AKs but when I received the GF3, I started to come around to liking AKs. The Palmetto State Armory GF3 is everything that I wanted in an AK.
If you want to see the first time I shot footage of this rifle, check out the PSA GF3 Review and First Shots video.
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