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Kalashnikov have unveiled the latest incarnation of their iconic assault rifle, the AK-47. The company says new generation firearm called the AK-12 combines reliability with precision, and can be used with one hand.
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As good as this AK is, I think the balistics are not as good as they could be.
You are a liar and no different then anyone else on this planet. Russians need to learn that trying to be the world badass can only work with your friends help... like Americans who like Russians.
Just so you know... the reason Americans are the world badasses is because we know enough to include others of every color that want to support us. As a U.S. Marine, we say " your best friend or your worst enemy" your choice Russia.
I'm an American and I know my country very well. There is alot of corrupt history here. But if Russians are sooo honest why the problems getting cars made in your country?
Liars Israel and USA are fond of damaging the names of great nations like Russia. RUSSIAN are HONEST
What a fine firing rifle. Can I have one to test? Perfect self defense
Please...tell us how you really feel
I shoot almost every weekend. .22 to 7.62x54r. If the SHTF, I am grabbing my Eastern block firearms.
If you get hit!! Although a great rifle it's not so accurate! Am looking forward to this new model.
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