What is Ak-74?
Kalashnikov designed weapon, reformed from the AK-47. It is the main stay of the Russian Infantry. It has a 5.45 x 39mm bullet. More like the 5.56mm which the American M-16A2 uses. It is much more accurate and more muzzle velocity. Simple terms, a very much improved AK-47.
Calibur-5.45 x 39mm
Weight-3.3kg unloaded 3.9 loaded
Rate of Fire-600-650 rds/min
Rifling-4 grooves rh, 1 turn in 196mm
Effective range-500m (50 short of M-16a2)
A Russian infanry team with AK-74's dispatched a terrorist squad with AK-47's at a long range.
The M-16A2 has more range and piercing power, but the AK-74 is more durable.
A Russian assault rifle, designed by Kalishnakov, in response to the NATO 5.56x45mm round. Instead of the AK-47's 7.62x39mm round, it uses a bottle-necked 5.45x39mm round. It has many variations like the AK-47, including the ultra-short AK-74SU, developed for Russian special forces and tank crews.
My AK-74 is not real, it's just an Airsoft!
A Russian assault rifle first produced in 1974, hence the name AK-74. Basically a refined
The Russian military used the AK-74, I woulden't be surprised if they still have a few circulating around the army.
A large gun supplier nationally known for there sales of the Ak-74 hence the name. Mainly located in the Chicago area but also present in Austin and other mid-west cities.
Ak-74 supplied the guns for the shooting.
A gun frequently used by Pakis but the Russians made it
guy1: they all has AK's
guy2: lemme guess they were all Pakis
A variant of the most popular rifle built by the legendary Mikhail Kalashnikov.
The AK-74 is basically an AK chambered for the 5.45x39mm round, which is supposed to be similar to the 5.56x45mm NATO round that America and its allies use in their assault rifles (such as the M16 series and M4 carbine); as opposed to the AK-47 being chambered in the 7.62x39mm round. Reports indicate that this rifle is less accurate than the M16, but because the AK-74 doesn't have so many inner moving parts, it is easy to disassemble and maintain.
On another note, the AK-74, like its cousin '47, is a commonly blackmarketted weapon by various terrorist factions, mostly in third world nations like Arabia.
"On another note, because of terrorists blackmarketting his weapons, Mr. Kalashnikov is upset about inventing the AK-47, so much that he, supposedly, said, 'I wish I invented a lawnmower....*sniff*'. Naw it's not YOUR fault, beloved commie. lol "
aint in that game bitch. Info that dude cut 'n' pasted is accurate.
The weapon you usually see terrorists and pretty much every middle eastern or african military / para-military group carrying around like they the ass is the AK-47, the most commonly produced automatic rifle in history, used by them cos they poor.
Bin Laden rammed his AK firmly up George W.'s Ass.