The AK47, which was officially adopted by the former Soviet army in 1949, was developed to compete with the world's first semi / fully automatic assault rifle MKb42 developed by Germany at that time.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, who has begun to stand out as a firearm designer, will submit a prototype of the AK47 to the trial to decide the next Soviet-style assault rifle. It is said that this prototype, which has a reduced number of parts and a structure with many gaps, worked without problems even if it was squeezed by a mud or dragged by a truck. In order to ensure that it fires in important situations in any environment or weather, we prioritized operating performance with some accuracy.
The AK47, which was later officially adopted by the Soviet army, is adopted and licensed in each country due to the world's highest reliability and robustness. The AK47 has evolved with the AKM and AK74, and even after the collapse of the former Soviet Union, it has evolved into a modern model called the AK100 series in Russia. Today, it has become the world's largest producer of assault rifles.
Achieves intense blowback
Equipped with a blowback engine exclusively for AK that uses a large piston with a diameter of about 19 mm. The bolts also operate in conjunction with the launch, allowing you to enjoy an unprecedentedly intense recoil shock.
Realistic movable gimmick
It faithfully reproduces the same functions as the real thing, such as loading the first bullet by operating the bolt handle and stopping the bolt forward when the bullet runs out. In addition, takedown (normal disassembly for maintenance) can be performed in a form close to the real thing.
Pursuing appearance reproducibility
By applying special printing to the resin hand guard and stock, the grain of wood is expressed just like the real thing. In addition, we are pursuing the reproducibility of the appearance, such as the texture of the receiver, the grip finished like a bakelite material by painting, and the receiver cover made of steel press like the real thing.
Adjustable front / rear sight
The front sight can be adjusted up, down, left and right with a dedicated adjustment tool. In addition, the rear sight can be adjusted up and down by simply changing the position of the slide bar to lift the plate-shaped sight body.
Compatible with various muzzle options
If you remove the muzzle brake on the muzzle, you can install a muzzle option with a 14mm reverse screw specification such as a silencer.
Aluminum die-cast magazine
A magazine with 35 bullets and a shape called a banana magazine is reproduced by integrally molding aluminum die casting.
|full length||890 mm|
|Gun height||200 mm|
|weight||3,550 g (including empty magazine)|
|bullet||6mm BB (0.2-0.25g)|
|Power source||Dedicated gas (* 1)|
|Number of bullets||35 + 1 shot (1 shot when loaded in the main body)|
AKM body, magazine (35 bullets), protective cap, front sight adjustment tool, handling precautions / instructions, charger, charging rod, cleaning rod, BB bullets (0.2g / 100 bullets), etc.