Jim Fuller of Rifle Dynamics posted this up on a facebook group called EDC – Every Day Carbine.

Not an M-4 but still my EDC carbine.

If you notice he has twin Emerson knives and two glocks. One is a gen 2 Glock. You can tell due to the lack of an accessory rail on the dust cover. The other one looks like a Glock 43.

Good choice for EDC. Do you EDC a carbine?



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  • Capybara

    I would EDC a carbine but it makes you look crippled having one of those stuffed down your trouser leg. Hard to walk too if you can’t bend your leg.

    • JT Wise

      You can tell the ladies it’s something else.

  • USMC03Vet

    As a self identified AH-64 Apache Helicopter Gunship, I EDC 2 crew.

    Hellfire > Carbine

    • KestrelBike

      what the… no love for the Super Cobra???

      • glasswolf

        That’s his wife, silly

        • gunsandrockets

          His wife’s name? Oh oh oh, now I get it. Not that there’s anything wrong with that!

    • Bill

      I’ll see your Apache and raise you a Spectre gunship…or whatever the latest version is. Plus maybe a dedicated Reaper drone on perpetual orbit.

      • Phillip Cooper

        Yeah but do you fly them?

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    He must live in a crappy neighborhood.

    • Anomanom

      Detroit, or possibly Mosul

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Detroit… (shudder)

        • gunsandrockets

          Take him… to Detroit!

      • Ken

        Maybe Bodymore/Bloodymore/Harm City or Chiraq.

      • Holdfast_II

        Deadpool: I’ve been traveling to exotic places, Baghdad, Mogadishu, Jacksonville, meeting new and exciting people.

        Weasel: And killing them, I know, I saw your Instagram.

        Weasel: So what was a special operatives doing in Jacksonville?

        Deadpool: That’s classified. They have a wonderful TGI Fridays!

    • Don Ward

      Hey. Things get REAL when you have to go shopping at your local suburban Costco.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        I know, better have a tactical sling so you can carry out that 150 roll pack of toilet paper.

        • Don Ward

          You only get to judge if you were THERE man, knee-deep in the sh**!

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Lol
            These urban commandos are hilarious. If they ever actually got shot at they’d either run for their lives or spray down a bunch of old ladies.

          • Don Ward

            *Flashback sequence to Costco parking lot while Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Fortunate Son” plays in the background*

            The LZ was hot that day as we jumped from the sliding door of the Dodge Caravan. I’ll never forget the march in across a quarter mile of God forsaken No-Man’s-Land strewn with abandoned shopping carts and expensive SUVs. We lost two men before we even got through the doors. Tex got his ticket punched by a little old Asian lady who backed over him three times while trying to park. Popeye? This was his third tour. He knew he wasn’t going home. He just wandered off to the outdoor food court looking for Churros and a frozen yogurt. Nobody ever saw him again.

            Once inside, it was a living hell. Oh, we’d done Fred Meyer and Safeway. But nothing could prepare us for the sight of a Costco during Labor Day Weekend. The siren like call of the Mama-sans offering free samples haunt my memories to this day…

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            COTD#

  • Anomanom

    Where am i supposed to carry that thing? I can’t fit it in my trousers, and it’s too hot for a coat.

    • glasswolf

      why do you need to conceal it? More importantly, why would Jim, when he owns the company that makes it, and works on AK rifles, SBRs, and pistols every day. I work for a firearm manufacturer myself, and never felt the need to stuff a suppressed SBR in my pants, but hey if that’s your thing, knock yourself out.

      • Anomanom

        Because wandering around with a rifle on your back in normal places like the grocery shop makes you look kind of like an ass. Not to mention, it probably drastically increases your chances of being hassled or shot by the police, which I actively try to avoid.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Are you one of those American heroes who takes his rifle into Chipotle?

    • Alex @Sea

      If you spent as much time providing useful information as talking down on people you know nothing about …well, an IUD may have been a good thing for someone to have used.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Thats really mean.

        • Alex @Sea

          If you order ….. you eat ….

          • TheNotoriousIUD

      • iksnilol

        I still don’t know what an IUD is.

        🙁

        • Alex @Sea

          Intra uterine device (prevents unwanted pregnancy)

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Seriously??

            Ive been taking them for hangovers.

          • Longhaired Redneck

            Seems like it would get caught in your throat…

          • iksnilol

            Aaaaah… I’ve worked with those (IUDs, not unwanted pregnancies).

        • Sermon 7.62

          I thought it meant “Iudaicus”, or something.

  • ReadyorNot

    Still rocking the traditional safety lever too?

  • retfed

    Please explain the rationale for carrying a carbine every day, absent a total breakdown of civil law.
    Most defensive gun uses happen under circumstances that preclude using long guns. They’re too close and too fast. If you don’t have it on you, you don’t have it.
    Is it for active shooters? If it is, good luck. You’ll have to exit the killing zone (if you can), go to your vehicle (I’m presuming that’s where he keeps it), and return to the shooting scene. Besides the legal problems involved (You left and returned. Are you now the aggressor? Are you standing your ground?), you can bet that Mr. Murphy will make sure that right about the time you return to the scene with your rifle, the police will show up. They’ve been called about a man with a rifle, and the first thing they see is—you, inside, advancing on, or pointing a rifle at the scene (mall, theater, school, whatever). And not only a rifle, but an AK, which everyone knows is used by terrorists! Guess what happens next!
    All due respect to Mr. Fuller, if it gets to the point where I need a rifle when I leave the house, I’m not leaving the house.
    As always, it’s America. You can go to your church, and I’ll go to mine.

    • Harry’s Holsters

      I’ll keep an AR in my vehicle because it’s easy. Only situation where it make since is terrorists or violent protestors who hate white males and police officers block the interstate and start firing from over passes or coming down the road. I’ve seen some guys in more rural areas were it makes more since. Black lives matter has shut down a highway I frequently drive multiple times.

      If I’m at my car and my family is in the mall and I hear shots coming from the mall I highly doubt I’ll take the extra 5 seconds to get the AR out before running into the mall. I also won’t draw my handgun till I see a threat.

      • Holdfast_II

        People still go to the mall? Seriously?

        Between Zappos and Amazon I can’t see why.

        • Harry’s Holsters

          Two reasons I go I’m with friends or family that are of the female sex and to get my watches serviced every 4-5 years.

    • ReadyorNot

      I personally wouldn’t carry one either however when I think back to the Rodney King Riots of 1992 where people we’re getting pulled from their vehicles and attacked.. it might be nice to have.

      • retfed

        I don’t think a rifle would have helped many of those people (especially Reginald Denny), just like I don’t think they would have helped many of the people in Milwaukee last week. They’re too difficult to handle inside a vehicle.
        I can’t fault Mr. Fuller’s choice of pistols, though.

        • ostiariusalpha

          Rioters are neither brave nor smart, if Reggie had boomsticked a few of them, they would have found something better to do with their time.

          • retfed

            You’re right. And a pistol would have been much easier to handle. When you’re being pulled out of a vehicle, you might not be able to reach your boomstick. But your roscoe is right there, handy on your belt.

          • ostiariusalpha

            Indeed, I don’t EDC a rifle in my car. Mr. Denny was also driving a company dump truck, so his options were already limited in what he could stow in the vehicle. Now if it was a personally owned semi-trailer, I think there might have been enough room to keep and even wield a carbine from inside.

          • Klaus Von Schmitto

            One of his options was to run over people with a company dump truck and he didn’t do that either.

          • ostiariusalpha

            His windshields were broken, he would have simply crashed the truck and then been beaten.

    • glasswolf

      Jim owns Rifle Dynamics, a company that makes the best AK rifles and SBRs and pistols you can buy in the US, and teaches a number of courses on both manipulating and using the AK, and building your own AK from scratch. Since he handles, works with, and builds them every day at work, it would stand to reason that he has one he carries every day.

      • retfed

        Okay.
        He can do what he wants, it’s America. But my neighbor the baker doesn’t carry a loaf of bread everywhere he goes.
        Everyone’s risk assessment is different. I don’t go anywhere where I think I’ll need a rifle. (I quit going into bad hoods when I retired.)
        But we’ll see what the future holds. Mr. Fuller may be ahead of his time.

        • glasswolf

          My initial reaction was to respond to you with a similar analogy of an EMT carrying a med kit with him everywhere he goes, and how by your logic, that would be a silly thing to do, but I thought over your response for a bit, and decided to give you a more rational and honest reply that you may not have considered. Jim works in the same industry that I do, which is the manufacture and design of firearms. As such, with a publically listed business address, it makes the shop a prime target for theft, armed or otherwise (robbery to be more accurate) and violent protest among other crimes that would target a place that is known to have guns, and a LOT of them, and not protected by armed security 24/7 like a military base for example. As such, we (employees of said businesses) tend to be armed with more than a snubby revolver, or a Glock 43 for self defense. The same held true when I worked at a gun store. We carried a 12ga or SBR along with a sidearm. It’s just a part of the job, so while you may have the option of avoiding “bad hoods” for us, it comes with the job, and it doesn’t matter where we’re located, the job site itself becomes a high-risk area in a way, and being prepared to deal with that is just common sense. To take that a step further, it’s just just the job site, but a matter of someone following you to or from work, or finding out where you live. I’ve had customers threaten me before, for things that had nothing to do with me personally, for example. Just something to consider.

          • retfed

            I was just making a joke. I understand perfectly why he does it. 1) his shop is an obvious robbery target, and 2) it’s free advertising. I really don’t care if he (or you) carries a rifle everywhere he goes, including the shower. I’m really a live-and-let-live kind of guy.
            I do make a point of avoiding bad neighborhoods, and I’m fortunate that I’ve landed in a place where the bad neighborhoods have to go a long way to come to me. Other people’s circumstances are different. If they feel the need to carry a rifle every day, they should. I don’t, so I don’t.
            (And an EMT carrying a med kit is far from silly; in fact, it’s much more logical than carrying either a rifle or a loaf of bread. I think everyone should be trained and equipped to perform basic lifesaving techniques. Especially on me.)

      • Bill

        Well, OK, when I’m teaching on my own time I carry my teaching guns, so I guess I’m in, sorta, maybe…

    • The_Champ

      I agree completely with your assessment. Honestly some people, I think, have drank too much of the tactical cool-aid. Soldiers in a war zone need an every day carry rifle, but you probably don’t. What ever ludicrously unlikely scenario you’ve come up with in your mind that requires a high capacity rifle with you at all times is just that, ludicrously unlikely.

      I’ve said it before and ill say it again. We all enjoy shooting and training to fight with our guns because we are gun lovers and it’s our hobby. But you’re unlikely to convince me that it is of critical and statistical importance to be trained and prepared to a razors edge for a full blown gun battle to break out at the mall as you get an Orange Julius.

      If you were really to play the numbers, you’d spend time and money on a defensive driving course, a healthier diet & time at the gym, or swimming pool safety because you are much more likely to die in a car crash, have a heart attack, or drown then you are to catch a bullet from a terrorist or street thug.

      Again just my two cents, and this coming from a pinko, maple loving Canadian so take it for what it’s worth 😊

      • FarmerB

        I was with you until the last line.

      • Klaus Von Schmitto

        You must have forgotten about the Sbarro war of ’03.

    • Richard

      If you live in a rural area it’s nice to have one

      • retfed

        Agreed. But a short, suppressed AK? For rural use (if you’re talking four-legged predators), a bolt-action .308 would be just as useful. If you’re talking two-legged predators, an AR or AK might make sense, but I’d want a full-length barrel.
        But that’s just me.

        • Richard

          It wouldn’t be my first choice, but I like the idea of a suppressed SBR for a car gun

          • retfed

            Agreed again, but let’s keep our arguments straight.
            If you’re in a rural area, you probably won’t be shooting from inside a vehicle, unless you’re surrounded by delinquent coyotes or moose. If you’re shooting from inside a vehicle, it means you’re surrounded by a mob of people you can legally shoot, and that almost screams “urban area.”
            (Although, as another person said, “protestors” have been known to shut down Interstates in rural areas. So I guess you win.)
            I never said I could never see the need for an in-vehicle rifle, or that you shouldn’t do it if it makes you happy. But the circumstances that would call for one are so extraordinary that you’re more likely to win the lottery.
            (Of course, this time next year . . .?)

          • Wolfgar

            I live and work in rural Montana. I run into bears, wolves and mountain lions almost daily. I have never needed a rifle for self defense but I always carry one like most people in Montana do when out in the sticks. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. By the way we have our share of two legged predators too. I grew up with the worst serial killer in Montana’s history. My carry rifle is a 7.62X39 AK. Enough said!

          • retfed

            I never said no one ever needs a rifle. I was making semi-jocular comments about the need to carry a suppressed, short AK every day.
            If I lived where you do, I’d probably have a car/truck rifle, too. But that’s different from an “EDC” rifle, and my car rifle wouldn’t be a suppressed, short AK. It would probably be an SKS. Less expensive (less of a loss if it gets stolen), and I don’t foresee a need for 32 quick rounds.
            But like I always say, it’s America. You go to your church and I’ll go to mine.

          • Wolfgar

            I get what your saying. Nothing wrong with an SKS. I never leave any firearm in my vehicle if I leave it for very long. Theft is a big concern. I love suppressed rifles but I would never leave one in my vehicle. Your concern is valid.

          • retfed

            Or delinquent hogs, or gators. Since I no longer live in Florida, I don’t think in terms of hogs or gators anymore. Your idea of a suppressed SBR is looking better and better.

        • iksnilol

          Suppressed SBR AK (in 7.62×39) is one of the most handy guns you can have. Good against people, good against large animals, doesn’t wreck your ears. + is cheap to shoot so you can git gud with it.

  • Harry’s Holsters

    It’s cool the way he carriers both pistols AIWB. I’ve been carrying my Glock 42 at 4 o’clock and my Glock 19 at AWIB.

  • Ken

    Loaded AKMS fits in a Blackhawk racquet bag just fine.

    • retfed

      I thought about carrying a carbine in a racquet case, and I decided against it.
      The racquet case itself is a theft target. The good boy who is just turning his life around lifts your case because he needs money to buy his mother a nice birthday card. He thinks, “Damn, this is one heavy tennis racquet.” Then he opens the case and thinks it’s Christmas.
      It might be good for discreet carry on your person, though. As long as you never put it down.

      • Ken

        Less of a target than having a gun case in your vehicle.

        It is quite nice for carrying on your person. You can keep it slung with just enough unzipped to reach your hand in to get to the trigger.

        • retfed

          I’ve never done it. You have. Thank you for your input.
          For me, though, “less of a target” doesn’t fly. I’ve had friends whose cars were broken into for briefcases, shoes, and a lot of other things less valuable than a tennis racquet. For me, under current conditions, the need for a rifle in my vehicle is less than the potential danger of theft. You obviously see things differently. Fair enough.
          As I always say when I disagree with or question someone here, it’s America. You go to your church and I’ll go to mine.

          • Ken

            I don’t carry that, haha. I have it to have the ability to carry it, just like how I have a sling on the rifle. The case is also good for when I have it in my vehicle. It definitely beats having it in a regular, obvious gun case.

          • Bill

            Some of us used golf club bags, even though I don’t play, until titanium Big Bertha drivers became the number one thing to steal. Now I sometimes use a softball bat bag.

            I’ve stenciled “Surveying Equipment,” “Tripods” and “Maps” on some of my cases.

            I did handle a car break-in where the nitwit moved a broken-down AR stored in a non-gun bag to reach a laptop bag. Computer gone, rifle left behind.

          • retfed

            Yep. A lot of them are really stupid, but not so stupid I’d bank on their stupidity. A lot of them are also so amoral they’ll steal lint, just to be stealing. That’s why I don’t put much stock in using “low-value, non-fenceable” camouflage.

          • gunsandrockets

            Did you say golf club bag?

        • Zapp Brannigan

          Where I live, the crooks will break into cars if they see anything they can grab. It doesn’t matter what it is, they smash your window, grab it, then make the evaluation of its worth after they’ve gotten away. Don’t make the mistake of thinking the worthless people who break into cars think the way normal people do; they are completely amoral.

      • Klaus Von Schmitto

        The AR in my truck is buried under about a foot of trash on the floorboard. The half empty McDonalds bags keep it concealed from would be thieves and genteel giants.

        • Russ Kell

          And here I thought I was being clever. MC’Ds camo is very effective.

        • iksnilol

          People like you disgust me.

          SERIOUSLY, CLEAN YOUR CAR! YOUR CAR IS YOUR TEMPLE!

    • Anonymoose

      Since he owns Rifle Dynamics, he probably just OC’s around the shop.

    • 11b

      That’s an illegal ghost gun 30 round clipazine, sir.

    • iksnilol

      Pro-tip. Shorten the barrel to 10.5 inches and get a combined gas block.

      • Ken

        They have a product line called “Diversion” which consists of gun cases that don’t look like gun cases, but have more padding and reinforcement than the bags they’re modeled after to be able to carry the weight.

        I would love to have a short barreled AK rifle, but they cost a bit more, have a $200 tax stamp, and require paperwork every time you want to cross state borders with them. An AK pistol would suffice too, but that’s an “unnecessary” expense I can’t afford right now.

  • BillC

    So many people here don’t know who Jim Fuller is. It’s hilarious. Go to YouTube people. He seems to be one the of most down to Earth gun people today.

    • Rick O’Shay

      He definitely knows his stuff when it comes to AKs.

      • BillC

        And he’s so humble about it.

    • Kevin Harron

      Why is it hilarious that a lot of people don’t know some random gun guy in the internet? I’m pretty active on youtube, and read a moderate amount of firearms stuff and I’ve never heard of the guy.

      • glasswolf

        Because Jim is the go-to guy for anything to do with an AK. He’s probably forgotten more about the Kalashnikov than you’ll ever know. Anyone who has any interest in the AK, knows Rifle Dynamics, and he’s the founder and owner of the company. For what it’s worth, he’s also going to be one of the very few companies (RD) who make an entirely US-made AK on the market. If you aren’t into the AK, it’s understandable that you wouldn’t know who he is I suppose.. but if you spend time on youtube and don’t know who he is, you don’t know S.O.E., John Willis, or James Yeager, Tactical Response, Practically Tactical, or any number of other channels that regularly feature Jim as a guest. If you’ve ever taken a course using an AK, I can almost guarantee that the instructors were taught by, or influenced by Jim at some point, in some manner.

        • The_Champ

          Yep, still doesn’t explain why it’s “hilarious”. It’s just a funny choice of words is all.

          And I have also never heard of Jim Fuller.

        • M1911

          He knows James Yeager? Now that’s an endorsement. :rolleyes:

          • Sermon 7.62

            James Yeager is a good dude. He understands AK.

          • M1911

            Yeager puts cameramen downrange between targets. That’s moronic.

            Challenging people to a duel is not indicative of a good guy.

          • Sermon 7.62

            He is a fighter. Don’t insult a fighter. You’ll be challenged.

          • glasswolf

            So, *knowing* someone you dislike nullifies my information, and makes the person of low moral character? Wow, you must live in a very entertaining little world of your own.

        • Kevin Harron

          I read TFB pretty religiously and I don’t remember him coming up before on here. I watch a bunch of firearms youtube knowledge based stuff, and read military and technology news related to weapons development and upcoming firearms technology. I’m personally not into the tactical training stuff. If he gets a fully US made AK to market, then I’ll be interested in his doings for sure though.

          • glasswolf

            My understanding is that it should be coming to market in the next year or so, I believe. It won’t be “cheap” but it’ll be a high quality, reliable rifle.

        • Phillip Cooper

          I have interest in the AK and never heard of him.
          Sorry, some of us have lives when we’re not playing Mall Ninja.

          • glasswolf

            and some of us have a job in the firearms industry. If defending the life of yourself and your family is “playing mall ninja” I’m really glad I’m not a member of your family.

          • Phillip Cooper

            Well see, I didn’t know that.
            Still don’t see how everyone with interest in the AK is supposed to know all things AK.
            Settle down there, Career Admiral…. and thanks for what you do!

  • Joshua

    He carries a suppressed SBR daily?

    Lord help him if he ever has to use it and the police take it.

    • glasswolf

      He can afford it.

  • Lance

    No problems a Krinkov is just as good as a tacti cool SBR M-4!

  • Bill

    I “carry” a long gun ’cause I have to, and sometimes do on trips, depending on where I’m going, but practically it doesn’t make much sense. My concern would be what would happen to it if the vehicle was broken into, stolen, involved in an accident, or something really mundane like being towed from a no-parking zone. I get twitchy whenever any gun is outside of my immediate control.

    Whenever I do travel when a long gun, it has to get hauled into hotel rooms or camp sites, which brings it’s own set of security concerns…

    The only times I’ve wanted a long gun off-duty were a few occasions when stumbling over other guys making traffic stops, but they usually had theirs, so a pistol sufficed.

    If, as a normal human, I lived in an environment where I could realistically articulate needing to carry a carbine daily, I’d move out of Kabul or Baghdad or Syria or whatever heckhole i was in.

    • retfed

      I’m with you, for the same reasons. I’ve hauled long guns in and out of hotel rooms on detail, and I’ve always worried. Where is the gun more secure? In the car or in the hotel room? (And they’re always so damn heavy.)
      Having been in an accident when I had a (duty) shotgun in a (work) car, I’m all too familiar with all the complications. (Such as: Who will secure the gun while I’m taking a ride in the ambulance? Been there, done that.) I also had a vehicle stolen with a gun in it. Not a good feeling.
      Anytime I’m out in public with a gun and I’m not at the range or hunting, it’s on my person. No exceptions.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Thats cool but I still dont see the point in walking around with a suppressed AK unless you live in Mogadishu.

    • AntiCitzenOne

      And others will think its pointless to even have a handgun unless you live in Mogadishu as well.

      If the cops can justify carrying them on patrol so can we.

      Not saying you should rush in all plainclothes Rambo style though.

      He probably wears it on his person in the shop. Better than fishing a large shotgun or full size AK from a shelf or safe where it could get stolen.

    • iksnilol

      Uh, cause it is the same length as a regular AK if you chop it correctly and use the right suppressor.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        The point is not the length of the barrel.
        Its the fact that some yahoos like to walk around their friendly suburban neighborhoods with loaded rifles.

        • iksnilol

          Agree there, draws unwanted attention.

          When I need my rifle through public areas it goes in a gym bag or under my coat (during cold times).

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Why not use a gun case?

          • iksnilol

            Cause legal reasons (in the country in question, Bosnia, the rifle itself is illegal af and carrying it outside is double illegal). A gun case would only get me arrested quicker.

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            So its illegal to have the gun itself?
            Seems like that would take some of the fun out of gun ownership.
            And where are you taking it if you cant even shoot it?

          • iksnilol

            In Bosnia, like in most places in the world a FA AK is believe it or not illegal (could get it registered but war trophies can’t have ammo).

            Taking it to a place where it can be shot. Private property far away from prying eyes.

            I do have legal guns (or access to them) in both countries but sometimes gotta check if the relics and the skill with them still works. Vacation is a good time as any.

  • Ron

    Needs to put the caps on his aimpoint’s turrets otherwise don’t get the sight wet.

  • Don Ward

    What an unprepared scrub. Instead of knives he needs bayonets to mount on those pistols while he dual-wields them.

  • VF 1777

    Hmmm, it looks like he’s running his sling up front off the Ultimak? That’s certainly interesting.

    • Gary Kirk

      I find the Fannie pack on the buttstock more concerning..

      • VF 1777

        Yeah, neither are what i would have expected from Fuller on his own AK. Interesting

  • Gary Kirk

    Wow… POTD, an AK (with suppressor, rail system, flashlight, and red dot) 2 Glocks, holsters, and a couple knives. With the description of this being every day carry?

    Wonder how many tacti-tards are sitting on their toilet with a bottle of jergens looking at this..

  • David H.

    Two thumbs up for Jim Fuller and Rifle Dynamics – finest AK ‘smith in the business.

    Didn’t realize he was as paranoid as I am. 😉

    As to all of the “why?”‘s – because he wants to and it’s America. Geesh. You would think gun people would understand.

    • BillC

      If you read through the comments, the two most vocal detractors are Canadians.

  • RetroG

    An awful lot of supposed gun owners who posted here seem pretty spun up over a guy with a carbine he has every day. What’s the line again? Your handgun is used to fight your way to your long gun. Hard to do if you don’t have one nearby.

  • myndbender

    Jim Fuller is probably the foremost AK authority in the US. And he’s diametric opposite of James Yeager. Nothing against Yeager, as I like MOST of the stuff he does, but Fuller is a true AK wizard. He doesn’t need a bunch of bull$_!+ self promotion. If you want the best AK work available, you’ll find him. “It is known…”

  • Nicholas C

    There is no reason to get so angry. Here let me help you google that.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust_cover_(firearms)

  • J Ad

    If you are gonna carry a rifle, why not carry a fixed blade?

  • A bearded being from beyond ti

    Why does he need two glocks? Or two knives?

  • Phillip Cooper

    WTF does this guy do that he EDCs a carbine and two glocks?

    • retfed

      He’s obviously a poser, since he carries plastic pistols instead of 1911s, which are the first and only choice of real men. So why should I care about his rifle? My Garand is good enough. It goes with the 1911.

      • A bearded being from beyond ti

        what?

        • retfed

          That’s a joke, son.
          In truth, I don’t care if he carries a Glock, a 1911, a Gyrojet, or a Colt Dragoon. I also don’t care if he carries an AK, an AR, a Garand, or a Brown Bess. He can do whatever he wants, and so can you. It’s America.
          (I was sorta making a statement about the fact that all the keyboard commandos say the 1911 is the greatest thing ever, but the tactical professionals these days all seem to carry the Tupperware that shoots the Europellet.)

          • A bearded being from beyond ti

            Aren’t all keybord commandos saying the Glock is the ultimate handgun? Sure seems that way.

            Also, im not an american.

          • retfed

            Depends on the keyboard, I guess.
            I hope I didn’t offend you. If I did, I apologize. Most of the commenters here are Americans, and, of course, so is Mr. Fuller.

          • A bearded being from beyond ti

            We all know that people who think the 1911 is the ultimate handgun aren’t using plastic keyboards.

      • Phillip Cooper

        I see what you did there, and I’ll play along…

  • Dario B.

    it’s not retarded carrying 2 knives that are the same? (i don’t say it just ’cause i’m swiss)

  • iksnilol

    I never asked for this.

  • Rick

    Let these guys be ignorant as to who Jim Fuller is…As soon as my Form 1 is approved he’ll be doing my fifth AK (third AK SBR). I don’t need them getting in line ahead of me.