History and specificationsEdit
It is a sturdy and relable select-fire rifle, using long-stroke gas operated mechanics and firing 5,45mm high-velocity rounds fed from 30 or 45 rounds plastic magazine.
This rifle was used in the late 20th and early 21st century by the Soviet Union, the post-Soviet Russian Federation and many former Soviet Bloc countries.
A slightly updated version, known as AK-74M was implemented in early 1990s and became the standard-issue of the Russian armed forces well into the 21st century.
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|shotguns||12 gauge shotgun|
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