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Posted  Edited by lightitup334

The Ak-47 is a assault rifle created by a russian man, who Olivka (A mosin wielding guy) respects.... 

 

 

Mikhail Kalashnikov ...:hahayes3:  The rifle was introduced in 1947 and was given to high ranking officals in the USSR, but development started in 1944 during W-W-2.

 

Avtomat Kalashnikova was the Russian name of the weapon. This translated into Automatic Kalashnikov.... 

 

In 1949 the Ak47 entered service in the soviet union as a standard duty assualt rifle... The first models were made with forged steel and plywood, Though more modern designs of the weapon swap out the plywood for fiber glass and plastic (cheap shit materials)

 

The Soviet Union also distributed these guns to communist states.... Like china and Cuba, they alsocreated their own versions of the weapons...

 

The rifle was retired from service in the USSR in 1978 but rebel forces around the world still use the weapon...

 

Countries like Mozambique love the Ak-47 so much they put it on their flag 

 

Here's proof

 

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Nicolas Cage can describe the weapon better than me :(

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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But almost instantly got replaced with the AK-74U as it was lighter, could carry more ammo, better recoil and cheaper to make. 

The Ak-74 was more of a baseline for Automatic rifles to come rather than a good gun itself


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Posted  Edited by lightitup334
10 hours ago, Lambda said:

But almost instantly got replaced with the AK-74U as it was lighter, could carry more ammo, better recoil and cheaper to make. 

The Ak-74 was more of a baseline for Automatic rifles to come rather than a good gun itself

 

 

Lets keep that in the sekrit documents...

 

But yea the Ak was a great baseline for many weapons in the soviet army. 

 

 

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