Red Oktober Kalashnikov Championship is a special competition for AK and Combloc weapon at the Southern Utah Practical Shooting Range in Hurricane, Utah. The Nevada based K-Var is one of the Gold Sponsors of the event. K-Var brought their own shooting team to the event and as well as many of the guns and accessories that they carry for their display booth.
The just released FM-AK47-11 from K-Var. It build from the imported Russian made Molot Vepr and converted to the standard AK configuration with 922r compliance parts.
The FM-AK47-11 features a heavier profile barrel than the typical AK barrel. Like the Russian made AKs, the FM-AK47-11’s barrel is hammer-forged chrome-lined. The Vepr’s receiver is based on the light machine gun version of the AKM and features a thicker 1.5mm receiver.
The FM-AK47-11 comes with a thread protector on its muzzle. That can be replace with any common 14x1mm left-hand flash hider or muzzle brake.
The Vepr 12 semi-automatic shotgun. At the end of the Red Oktober Event, K-Var gave away a Vepr 12 to one lucky charity raffle ticket winner.
Like the other Molot made rifles, the Vepr 12 also features a hammer-forged chrome-lined barrel.
The K-Var version comes with a Picatinny 1913 rail top cover, ambidextrous selector and side-folding skeletonize stock with check pad. A short barrel version will be available soon.
The Arsenal SAM-7K pistol. It’s available with or without the arm-brace.
The interesting sight arrangement of the SAM-7K.
All members of the K-Var Team were using the rack grade Arsenal SLR-104. Two member of the team made it to the top 20%.
The Arsenal SLR-104 is based on the officially licensed Russian AK74M design and it’s chambered in the 5.45x39mm caliber.
The Stage 3 started with a door breaching.
Team K-Var shooting the PKM at the Stage 4.
Looking down range. The PKM is provided by Rifle Dynamics.
Team K-Var is finishing up the Stage 4.
Other Arsenal AKs and pistols on display at the K-Var booth and demo range.