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M16 v AK4708:02

M16 v AK47

A M16 v AK47 test.

AK47 Drum Overview27:44

AK47 Drum Overview

We take a look at a few types and styles of the AK47 Drum Magazine There is a lot to collect and learn about with AK47 rilfes, and their drum magazines are a great example of that. The AK47 Drum Magazines are / were made in many countries in two main styles Originally designed for the RPK these fit into most AK47 models as well AK47 Buyers Guide http://ak47buyersguide.com Magazine Buyers Guide http://magazinebuyersguide.net Another video review by: http://www.GunWebsites.com Read our Gun Websites Blog; http://gunwebsites.blogspot.com Chat with us at GunChat.net http://www.gunchat.net/chat Gun Websites on Facebook; http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gun-Websites/72833034237 Gun Websites on Twitter: http://twitter.com/GunWebsites.

AK47 Vs05:36

AK47 Vs. AR15 - CAR DOOR PENETRATION

AK47 Vs. AR15 - CAR DOOR PENETRATION Follow me on Instagram and Facebook @ GunTimeBrandon www.primeammo.com Blasting some lead through an old car with Ak-47 and AR-15 PLEASE LIKE / FAVORITE / SUBSCRIBE LIKE US ON FACEBOOK @ BRANDON401401.

This is Why AK-47 is The BEST Weapons in The World ! Kalashnikov Documentary-026:04

This is Why AK-47 is The BEST Weapons in The World ! Kalashnikov Documentary-0

Kalashnikov ( Russian Автомат Калашникова, transcription Awtomat Kalaschnikowa, abbreviated AK) is the name given to a number of Soviet-Russian storm and machine guns , which according to the developer of the original model, Mikhail Kalashnikov , are named. The original model was constructed in 1947 and is also known by the acronym AK-47 for Awtomat Kalaschnikowa, obrasza 47 ( Cyrillic Автомат Калашникова образца 47) are known. It is estimated that 80 to 100 million produced copies of the various models of this series from. Approximately 60 States are upgrading or trimmed their army with models of the Kalashnikov series, especially the Soviet army . The weapon was, and is, in the terminology of many states of the former Warsaw Pact as a machine gun called (MPi-K). The weapon lying between conventional submachine guns in pistol calibers and automatic assault rifles for heavy rifle ammunition can most accurately than Maschinenkarabiner be referred. According to the present definition, this combination of weapon and ammunition with a medium cartridge but counted as assault rifles. The NVA called the AK-47 as a submachine gun. The term assault rifle was in the GDR not in use. The weapons of the weapons plants are made ​​Kalashnikov Concern in Izhevsk and Tula Arms Plant in Tula. In addition, there are a large number of copies under license and in other countries.

W. GermanyEdit

  1. Heckler & Koch P11

USSREdit

  1. Nagant M1895
  2. PK machine gun
  3. TT pistol
  4. The Mosin–Nagant military rifle
  5. AK-47\Kalashnikov assault rifle
  6. Soviet laser pistol

USAEdit

  1. M16 Rifle
  2. M2 Machine Gun\Browning .50 Caliber Machine Gun

IsraelEdit

  1. IMI Desert Eagle
  2. IWI Jericho 941
  3. Uzi submachine gun
  4. IMI Galil
  5. M89SR sniper rifle
  6. BUL Storm is a semi-automatic pistol

CzechoslovakiaEdit

  1. CZ 75 is a pistol

BelgiumEdit

  1. Browning Hi-Power
  2. FN MAG

ItalyEdit

  1. Beretta M1951

AustriaEdit

  1. Steyr GB.

UKEdit

  1. The Lee–Enfield bolt-action rifle

ChinaEdit

  1. Type 56 assault rifle

FranceEdit

  1. AA-52 machine gun

IndiaEdit

  1. Pistol Auto 9mm 1A

Also seeEdit

  1. Tanks and APCs
  2. Artillery
  3. War Technology
  4. 5.56x45mm standard NATO round
  5. Chinese 5.8x42mm
  6. Soviet 5.45x39mm

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