Yeah that furniture looks pretty much WASR balsa wood tier; the stock and grip are also completely the wrong profile compared to spikers as seen in sandland and Africa. Looking at it the gas block doesn't even have a cleaning rod retainer, and there is no cleaning rod at all on this rifle. What a joke.
They even threaded the barrel which was only done on milled Type 56s and virtually never on the later military stamped guns. Commercial Chinese prebans did have threaded barrels, though. (I've heard that this was because while at first the Chinese slavishly copied the original milled AK with some mods, later on they deleted this feature on military guns because they had no real use for it: Chinese soldiers typically didn't train with blanks, so no need for a blank firing adapter that threads on.) >>44824393
Because people are still going full pic related over it and creaming their pants over PSA as some kind of "Proletarian State Armory" that arms poorfags and gets "guns into the hands of the people." PSA has never gotten the little details right (just look at their AK-V vs. KUSA's KP-9) and caters pretty much to casuals who often might shoot only a magazine a month if that. There's nothing "wrong" with this (if casuals still get into the gun game and vote against gun grabbers, it doesn't matter to me whether they shoot 50 rounds a month or 500 rounds a month), and a rifle like this one might attract millennials or even boomers who think "oh hey Vietnam Rambo AK for $800!"
That said I personally don't care for PSA products because while the details may not matter for that audience, they do matter to me. Others share this opinion and either buy scarce imports or parts kit builds.