Khyber Pass Sig P320 – Tribal Area Gun Markets

It is absolutely amazing what can be made with some low tech machinery, raw materials and years of experience. Having built a few AKs of my own, I know first hand the difficulty of building a gun from a parts kit. However taking metal, wood, and now apparently polymer, and making a functioning pistol is true craftsmanship. YouTube user ‘ABKTheReal’ uploaded a series of short videos from the Tribal Region of Pakistan that includes a polymer Khyber Pass Sig P320 or P250.

Unfortunately, we don’t get a great view of the pistol, but ABK did provide some insight about the gun’s origins. Obviously, AKs are also available as well.

ABKTheReal – YouTube:

Khyber AKs go for a minimum of 12-14K PKR ($120-$140 USD). The pistols go for 18K PKR minimum ($180 USD). The gunsmiths tell me that the polymers came fro Dara or from China. Dara does make a tonne of polymer products there days and they are pretty good quality. I am guessing that the polymers come from China and they just mold whatever they want with them.

Pakistan Tribal Area Gun Markets

Published on Aug 28, 2017

Visit to the FATA tribal areas close to Afghanistan and along the Khyber Pass. These guns were all manufactured here. They have copies of Type 2 & 3 AKs, AKMs, AMD65s, AK103s, AK74Ms, AKS74Us, local designs & numerous pistol copies including; Sig Sauers, Berettas And Glocks. Dont visit without a guide!

Test Firing A Khyber Pass Sig Sauer In Pakistans Tribal Areas

Gun-Shop Guy Firing A 9x19mm Sig Sauer P250 Or A P320 Copy In The Tribal Areas. Pretty Nice Copy But Needed A Little Refinement.

Dirty Pakistani Khyber Pass TT33 Tokarev

This is a Pakistani ‘Khyber Pass’, KPK/FATA Made TT33. It Has Had Lightening Cuts Added And Also Has A 14 Round Magazine Capacity. This Is A Quick Overall View, The Quality Is Good Enough But These Guns Definitely Need To Be Cleaned Regularly To Avoid Rusting.



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  • Reazione Catena

    Is IT drop safe?

    • BattleshipGrey

      It would be pretty ironic if this model was actually safer than Sig’s.

    • Brett baker

      The Indian army might be testing them soon enough.

  • Dougscamo

    All together now…”Can you hit it with a hammer?”….

    • Bca

      I think it was made with a hammer

  • Timmah_timmah

    What the hell are those bastardized Stoner front sight AK uppers? Never seen that before.

    • SillySallySatOnASillierSally

      It’s a prime example of people making due with that they have.

    • M4 carbines are “prestige” weapons there. So, local gunsmiths kitbash some M4 looking AKs and sell them to guys who want to bling out, but can’t afford an M4.

    • Brett baker

      Maybe you can improve your AK by retrofitting it with a new, improved direct impingement upper.

  • Mark Chavendish

    Queue the drop safe wave of derp this is bound to bring with it.

  • Brett baker

    Has this video been forwarded to Steyr so they can initiate legal action?

    • Sunshine_Shooter

      Your joke falls flat because the action you recommend is more justifiable here than in the real world incident you are referring to.
      Everything made in the Khyber Pass is illegally copied and made without licensing, tons of companies have legitimate claims to patent infringement.

  • James Kelly

    These fellas been making interesting guns for a looong time now. GI’s commented on their Lugers in WWII

  • Tim

    I’m sure the P320’s FCU and slide could be duplicated very easily by hand.

    The Grip frame would require at least a 3D printer.

    Not outside the realm of any developing nation.

  • Jim

    If the Khyber Pass Paks get awarded our DoD MHS contract, will Glock sue?

  • ToddB

    Here we complain we can’t add sights to a gun without a milling machine, these guys are making complete guns with basic hand tools.

  • trailrunner78

    China makes SIG clones in 9mm and even some 226 copy in 7.62x25mm.

    • mikewest007

      Yeah, imagine my surprise when I saw a Norinco 226 copy on the website of a local gun store.

  • CavScout

    “The strongest stars have hearts of Khyber.”