For me, one of the highlights of Media Day At The Range was having the opportunity to check out the Fabryka Broni Radom Sport Semiautomatic rifle. This is a very sweet rifle with all of the pluses of the Avtomat Kalashnikova without any of its shortcomings. The rifle is chambered in 5.56 x 45 and will feed from a 30 round magazine; it will also feature a sufficient amount of rail space for all of the accessories and optics you would ever need. The trigger is very nice with a clean break at around 5 to 7 lbs. The rifle has an excellent balance, and fit and finish are superb. Radom will also be importing a .22lr version that I had a chance to fire on the range. I ran through a 25 round magazine without a single hiccup. Both the .22lr and sporting rifle version are commercial copies of the Beryl Model 96. These rifles are made in Poland but will be brought into 922R compliance by Radom here in the U.S.A. Radom is in the processes of securing ATF approval so I suspect your looking at June to August 2015 timeframe before they become available. Radom is also planning on introducing a Mini version of the rifle that will be sold as an SBR. The Radom promise is that all of these rifles will be faithful reproductions of their military counterparts.
If you like the AK patterned weapon systems you will definitely want to pick up one of the Radom guns. M.S.R.P. has not been released yet but I would plan on something along the lines of the ARSENAL SLR family.