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The Biography of the Main Gun Designer Mikhail Timofeevich Kalashnikov


Kalashnikov was born on November 10, 1919, in the village of Kurya, Altai Territory, to a large peasant family. After finishing the 9-th form of a secondary school M T. Kalashnikov went to work in the Matai depot as an apprentice and was subsequently a technical clerk in the employ of a Turkistan-Siberian railway department. In 1938 M T. Kalashnikov was called up for Red Army, served in a special military region in Kiev, there he finished the tank mechanical school.

During the service in army he devised an inertia revolution counter to register the number of actual shots from a tank gun, made a special appliance for the "TT" pistol to inhance fire effectiveness through tank turret slits and designed a tank running time meter.

In June, 1941 Mikhail Timofeevitch with his last invention was directed by the Commander-in-Chief general G.K. Zhukov to Leningrad to implement his recent invention. With the beginning of The Great Patriotic War senior sergeant M T. Kalashnikov participated in battles with fascists as a commander of the tank. In October, 1941 in fierce battles under Bryansk he was heavily wounded and shell-shocked. While in hospital, Mikhail Timofeevitch concieved the idea of a submachine gun. Later while on a six-month sick leave he arrived at the station Matai. He carried out his idea in depot's workshops with the help of the leadership and comrades. When the submachine gun was ready M T. Kalashnikov was directed to Moscow Aviation Institute, which had been evacuated to Alma-Ata.

In June, 1942 the second model of a Kalashnikov submachine gun was developed in workshops of the institute. This very model was sent for a reference to Dzerzhinsky Ordnance Academy. The outstanding soviet scientist in the field of shooting arms A. A. Blagonravov took an interest in the Kalashnikov submachine gun. Though he didn't recommend the submachine gun for service, the talent of the inventor, originality in the decision of a lot of technical questions were highly estimated by him and as a result Blagonravov made everything to direct the self-taught-designer to study. Since 1942 M. T. Kalashnikov served in Central Research Small Arms Range of the Main Ordnance Directorate of the Red Army.

In 1944 Kalashnikov developed an experimental model of the self-loading carbine, it's main units became the base for a creation of a new submachin gun in 1946 which gained a brilliant victory in difficult competitive tests. In 1949 after completion the automatic device was adopted by the Soviet Army, and senior sergeant M.T. Kalashnikov was awarded by the Stalin Price First Class.


Since 1949 Mikhail Timofeevitch has been living and working in Izhevsk. He went through a way from a self-taught-inventor up to the General Designer of small arms in the Soviet Army.

A range of the unified models of automatic small arms developed by Kalashnikov was addopted by the Soviet Army in 1950.

The Goverment highly estimated M. T. Kalashnikov's serveces to the country. He was twice honoured as Hero of Socialist Labour (1958 and 1976) and became Stalin Prize (1949) and Lenin Prize (1964) laureate. In 1969 he was given the rank of Colonel and in 1971 awarded degree of Doctor of engineering science. M. T. Kalashnikov was decorated with three Orders of Lenin, Order of the Red Banner of Labour, Order of the Great Patriotic War of the First Class, Order of the Red Star and many medals.

Since 1980 M. T. Kalashnikov has been a citizen of honour in his native village of Kurya. His bronze bust was placed there as he was twice awarded Hero of Socialist Labour. In 1987 he became a honourable citizen of Izhevsk.

The President of Russia B.N. Eltsin personally decorated the outstanding designer M. T. Kalashnikov with the Order "For Distinguished Services for the Motherland" Second Class and promoted him to Major-General to his 75th anniversary.

The submachine guns of the Kalashnikov system are widespread all over the world. Some countries have included its image in the State Emblem. Under the items of information available in the literature to the midst of 1990 there were made about 70 millions units of Kalashnikov submachine guns of various modifications both in our country and abroad including those made under license and piratically (till nowadays the invention has not been patented).

Since 1949 Mikhail Timofeevitch has been living and working in Izhevsk. He went through a way from a self-taught-inventor up to the General Designer of small arms in the Soviet Army.

A range of the unified models of automatic small arms developed by Kalashnikov was addopted by the Soviet Army in 1950.

The Goverment highly estimated M. T. Kalashnikov's serveces to the country. He was twice honoured as Hero of Socialist Labour (1958 and 1976) and became Stalin Prize (1949) and Lenin Prize (1964) laureate. In 1969 he was given the rank of Colonel and in 1971 awarded degree of Doctor of engineering science. M. T. Kalashnikov was decorated with three Orders of Lenin, Order of the Red Banner of Labour, Order of the Great Patriotic War of the First Class, Order of the Red Star and many medals.

The submachine guns of the Kalashnikov system are widespread all over the world. Some countries have included its image in the State Emblem. Under the items of information available in the literature to the midst of 1990 there were made about 70 millions units of Kalashnikov submachine guns of various modifications both in our country and abroad including those made under license and piratically (till nowadays the invention has not been patented).

The cause of such great popularity of Kalashnikov submachine guns is in fact that Mikhail Timofeevitch has achieved an optimum combination of a number of qualities which provide the usage of guns with high efficiency of application and exclusive reliability in battles.
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range]]Mikhail Timofeevich Kalashnikov (Михаи́л Тимофе́евич Кала́шников, Mihail Timofeevič Kalašnikov) (born November 10, 1919) is a famous Russian gun designer. Born in a poor peasant family in the village of Kurya, Altai region, he started his engineering career working at a train depot, where Kalashnikov was able to learn much about mechanics. In 1938 he was drafted into the Red Army and served as a tank commander during the first months of the Great Patriotic War. In October 1941 Kalashnikov was badly wounded in combat and sent home from the front lines. He started to create his first gun designs in a hospital and soon joined a depot's workshop of the Moscow Aviation Institute. While working there Kalashnikov produced a number of innovations for tanks, including a mechanism that would count the number of shots fired. Within several years, he was promoted to the position of chief engineer and given far more resources. In 1947, he designed the AK-47 (an acronym for Avtomat Kalashnikova model 1947). In 1949 the AK-47 assault rifle became operational in the Red Army; after this the design would become Kalashnikov's most famous invention. Kalashnikov is one of the most well known weapon designers.

Kalashnikov, who started as a self-taught-inventor, ascended to the prominent position of General Designer of small arms for the Soviet Army. In his design engineering department, Hugo Schmeisser and Dr. Gruner (MG 42), a pioneer in the area of the sheet metal embossing technology, worked into the 1950s. In addition, a number of German laborers were enlisted or coerced to work in the USSR under the technical designer.

Later in his career he developed a squad automatic weapon variant of the AK-47, known as the RPK (Ruchnoi pulemyot Kalashnikova - Kalashnikov's light machine gun), and also the PK (Pulemyot Kalashnikova - Kalashnikov's machine gun), which used a much larger cartridge (the same full-powered rifle cartridge as employed in the Mosin-Nagant rifle). The cartridge was belt-fed rather than magazine-fed. In other respects, it was nearly the same design. These designs both saw widespread adoption in their respective roles, though the AK-47 still served as the primary infantry weapon.

Since 1949 Mikhail Kalashnikov has been living and working in the town of Izhevsk, Udmurtia. In 2004, he began promoting his own brand of vodka[1]. He told Reuters Television, "I've always wanted to improve and expand on the good name of my weapon by doing good things." The new brand is 41% alcohol and sold worldwide with his seal of approval, in a glass bottle the shape of the rifle.

The legacy of Kalashnikov's rifles as the most popular assault weapons has prompted him to state his regret that they are now used by terrorists [2].

Mikhail Kalashnikov was awarded twice the title of Hero of Socialist Labor. In 1998 he was awarded an Order of Saint Andrew the Protoclete (orden Svyatogo Andreya Pervozvannogo). His military rank is Lieutenant General. He is a Doctor of Technical Sciences.

Despite estimates that there are around 100 million AK-47 assault rifles in circulation, General Kalashnikov claims that he himself has made no money from the sale of these weapons and that he only receives a meagre state pension. [3]

His son, Sergey I. Koksharov, later became a weapons designer, and lost in the recent "Abakan" design competition which saw the adoption of the AN-94 Nikonov rifle by the Russian army.[/quote]
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Kalashnikov AK-47

AK-47
Country of origin : Soviet Union
Designer : Mikhail Kalashnikov
Designed : 1944-1946
Production began : 1947
Weapon type : Assault Rifle
Caliber : 7.62 x 39 mm
Action : Gas operated, Rotating bolt with 2 lugs
Overall length : 870 millimeters (fixed wooden stock)
875 millimeters (folding stock extended)
645 millimeters (stock folded)
Barrel length : 415 millimeters (16 inches)
Weight empty : 4.3 kilograms (9.5 pounds)
Magazine capacity: 30 rounds
Cyclic rate : 600 rounds per minute
Maximum effective range : 300 meters (full automatic)
400 meters (semi-automatic)

The AK-47 is a gas-operated assault rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov and released in 1947. It is produced by Izhevsk Mechanical Works. The AK-47 is the world's most widely recognized and used assault rifle.

History and Details
AK-47 stands for Автомат Калашникова образца 1947 года (Avtomat Kalashnikova, obraztsa 1947 goda), which translates to Kalashnikov's machine gun, model of the year 1947. The official story of the AK-47 says that the Sergeant Mikhail Kalashnikov, being in the hospital after being wounded, began to develop various small arms during World War 2. Circa 1944 he was assigned to the Izhevsk Machinebuilding Plant (IZHMASH), where in 1944 he developed a semi-automatic, gas-operated carbine. Starting with this design based off of the german assault rifle by the name of Sturmgewehr 44 (AKA. StG 44 or MP44/MP43), during 1945 and 1946 he developed an assault rifle that he submitted for official Soviet Army trials in 1946. During the 1946 and early 1947 he redesigned his initial rifle and submitted it to the second trials, held in 1947. The latter design was found superior to the rivals and was consequently adopted in 1949 as the "7,62mm Avtomat Kalashnikova, obraztsa 1947 goda" (7.62mm Kalashnikov automatic rifle, model of 1947). After extensive field trials it was slightly modified in 1951, but retained the same name. Along with the basic version, a folding stock version had been developed for paratroop forces and was named the AKS. By 1959, the AK-47 was modified again, this time more extensively, and was consequently adopted (after trials) as the AKM (Avtomat Kalashnikova Modernizirovannyj - Kalashnikov Automatic rifle, Modified). The key changes were the introduction of the stamped receiver instead of the milled one, and improved trigger/hammer unit that introduced a hammer release delay device (often incorrectly referred to as a rate reducer). Other changes were effected, to include a slightly raised buttstock, the pistol grip, and the addition of the removable muzzle flip compensator. This spoon-like compensator is screwed onto the muzzle and uses the muzzle blast to reduce muzzle climb during the burst fire. The compensator could be replaced by the screw-on "PBS-1 noiseless firing device", generally known as a suppressor. This suppressor required a special, sub-sonic ammunition with heavier bullets to be used. Another change from AK-47 to AKM was a slightly improved rear sight, with settings from 100 to 1000 (instead of the 800 on AK) meters. Both 800 and 1000 meters, however, are overly optimistic for any practical use, since the effective fire is limited to 300-400 meters at most.
The gas operated action has a massive bolt carrier with a permanently attached long stroke gas piston. The gas chamber is located above the barrel. The bolt carrier rides on the two rails, machined in the receiver with significant clearances between the moving and stationary parts, which allows the gun to operate even when its interior is fouled with sand or mud. The rotating bolt has two massive lugs that lock into the barrel extension. The bolt is so designed that on the unlocking rotation it also makes a primary extraction movement to the fired case. This, along with the significant taper of the 7.62x39mm casing, results in very positive and reliable extraction even with dirty chamber and cases. The rotation of the bolt is ensured by the curved cam track, machined in the bolt carrier, and by the appropriate stud on the bolt itself. The action spring and spring guide are located behind the gas piston and are partially hidden in its hollow rear part when the bolt is in battery. The action spring base also serves as a receiver cover lock. The charging handle is permanently attached to the bolt carrier (in fact, it forms a single machined steel unit with the carrier), and does reciprocate when gun is fired as a result of this.

The AK-47 has lent its design to many copies and applications. One popular Kalashnikov design in modern usage is found in the Saiga series of shotguns and rifles.

Operation
The AK-47 and its variants are short, compact, gas-operated, select-fire weapons. They feed from 30-round box magazines, which have a significant curve to account for the taper of the 7.62 Soviet round. The magazine is inserted via a "rocking" motion, positioned so that the lug on the front of the magazine engages with its recess in the magazine well, into the magazine well. It should be pulled to the rear until it snaps into place.
In order to operate the charging handle, the selector must be off safe. The charging handle is pulled all the way to the rear and then released to chamber a round. As the bolt carrier goes forward, the lug on the bottom of the bolt will strip a round out of the magazine and feed it into the chamber.

When a round is fired, the gas produced by the propellant in the cartridge goes into the gas tube and impinges upon the operating rod, which then unlocks the bolt and cycles the bolt carrier rearward, which causes it to cock the hammer as it travels. The bolt carrier then strips another round from the magazine and chambers it as it travels forward, and locks the bolt, sealing the round in the chamber.

When the last round is fired, there is no bolt catch mechanism to catch the bolt carrier group and prevent it from closing on an empty chamber. Thus, when the shooter reloads, he will need to rack the charging handle to chamber the next round. If the shooter experiences a malfunction, in most cases racking the charging handle (or reloading, if the magazine is bad OR empty), will solve the problem.

The AK Rifle Series

Kalashnikov AKS
Kalashnikov AKM
Kalashnikov AKMS
Kalashnikov AK-74
Kalashnikov AKS-74U
Kalashnikov AK-101
Kalashnikov AK-102
Kalashnikov AK-103
Kalashnikov AK-107
Kalashnikov AK-108
Kalashnikov RPK
Kalashnikov AK-102
Kalashnikov AK-9
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Kalashnikov AK-74

Kalashnikov AK-74

Country of origin : USSR
Designed by : Mikhail Kalashnikov
Weapon type : Assault Rifle
Caliber : 5.45x39mm
Action : long-stroke gas-operated, rotating bolt (with 2 lugs)
Overall length : 943 mm
Barrel length : 415 mm (16 in)
Weight empty : 3.3 kg
Magazine capacity : 30 round detachable box magazine - standart,
45 box, 60 casket and 100 drum magazines available
Maximum effective range : 1000 m, effective within 500m

The Kalashnikov AK-74 is a Russian rifle, a modernized version of the AK-47 and AKM. The weapon went into mass-production in 1976, set to replace the AKM rifles that the Soviets had in inventory. The newest variant, the AK-74M, is the main service rifle for the Russian Federation armed forces and has been since the early 1990s.

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The AK-74 is a magazine-fed, self-loading, selective-fire, gas-operated assault rifle with a long-stroke piston gas system and rotating bolt locking mechanism. It comes with a stamped sheet metal receiver, and it has two modes of fire: semi-automatic, and full auto. Current production versions also employ a mounting rail on the left side of the receiver for fixing accessories such as an optical sight or flashlight.
Originally, the AK-74 had a laminated-wood stock (1974-1985), but later production models, as well as the current AK-74M, use "plum" (an earlier color, used from about 1985-89) or black (1989-present) glass-filled polyamide, giving the rifle an all-black finish. The AK-74M also uses a plastic side-folding stock.

The AKS-74 is a version with side-folding triangular metal stock; it is typically employed by naval infantry and paratroopers.

The AKS-74U is a carbine version with a triangular folding stock and a drastically shortened barrel with a different design of muzzle brake attached. Popularly known in the United States as the "Krinkov," this weapon is often mislabeled as a submachine gun.

Operation
In order to make the rifle ready to fire, a loaded magazine is inserted. As with the 7.62 AK variants, the magazine must be inserted via a "rocking" motion; the lug must be placed into the catch and the magazine pulled to the rear until a "click" is heard. The fire selector lever must be moved to either of the lower two positions. The charging handle must then be pulled back to its rear-most position and released. This operation slides a round from the top of the magazine into the chamber of the rifle and closes the bolt.

Firing
Once the charging handle has been pulled and released, the weapon is ready to fire. Depending upon the position of the fire selector switch, it will fire when the trigger is squeezed. The fire selector switch has 3 modes:
When the selector is in the upper position, the rifle's safety mechanism is engaged and it cannot fire by pulling the trigger. In the safe position the selector blocks the charging handle, which is a part of the bolt, effectively preventing operation. When the selector is in the middle position, the gun will fire on full auto until empty, bottom position allows semi-auto fire only. This is done to prevent panicking operators, who would slam the selector down, from going full-auto.

Field stripping
To field strip the rifle (for cleaning or inspection), the magazine catch is depressed and the magazine is removed. Using the charging handle, the bolt carrier is pulled toward the rear allowing inspection of the chamber to verify that the gun is unloaded. To remove the receiver cover, it is necessary to first press forward on the button at the rear of the cover and to simultaneously lift up on the rear of the cover, removing it from the weapon. The spring assembly is then pushed forward and lifted from its raceway, withdrawing to the rear. The bolt carrier assembly is then pulled all the way to the rear, lifted and then pulled towards the rear. The bolt is then removed by pushing it to the rear of the bolt carrier and rotating the bolt so the camming lug clears the raceway on the underside of the bolt carrier. This procedure allows the weapon and its parts to be cleaned and lubricated before reassembly. When cleaning, special attention must be paid to the barrel, bolt face, and gas piston.
As with its cousins, the cleaning rod is under the barrel, and the cleaning kit is stored in the stock.
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Post by powerw00t on Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:23 pm

evergreen punya assault rifle...
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Post by 5229 on Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:40 pm

kalau mimpi perang memang guna ak nih.entah kenapa...
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Post by superhornet on Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:51 am

Antara yg terbaik .. pernah ada satu kisah semasa perang vietnam .. perajurit dari vietnam utara dan juga Vietcong campak atau buang jer dalam tasik atau kolam untuk mengelakkan dari tangkap atau dikatakan sebagai askar perisik dan selepas seminggu dan ada juga sehingga lebih dari itu biler diambil semula ia boleh terus digunakan tanpa was-was. AK memang senjata yg boleh diharapkan walau dalam aper jua keadaan walaupun yg mempersoalkan tentang ketepatan senjata tersebut tapi kebanyakkan situasi pertempuran .. jarang ada yg melebihi dari 300 meter kecuali pertempuran yg berlaku di kawasan terbuka atau padang pasir dan kelebihan ini terdapat pada AK ...
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Post by marc_zman on Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:07 am

superhornet wrote:Antara yg terbaik .. pernah ada satu kisah semasa perang vietnam .. perajurit dari vietnam utara dan juga Vietcong campak atau buang jer dalam tasik atau kolam untuk mengelakkan dari tangkap atau dikatakan sebagai askar perisik dan selepas seminggu dan ada juga sehingga lebih dari itu biler diambil semula ia boleh terus digunakan tanpa was-was. AK memang senjata yg boleh diharapkan walau dalam aper jua keadaan walaupun yg mempersoalkan tentang ketepatan senjata tersebut tapi kebanyakkan situasi pertempuran .. jarang ada yg melebihi dari 300 meter kecuali pertempuran yg berlaku di kawasan terbuka atau padang pasir dan kelebihan ini terdapat pada AK ...

dikatakan yg jika seseorang menembak menggunakan ak47, maka kedudukan rifle tersebut mestilah sedikit direndahkan serta lebih ke kanan dari tenangan asal sasaran tersebut.. kenapa? coz nak counter peel ak47 yg recoil dia akan 'menendang' rifle tu ke atas & ke kiri skit bila ditembak.. something like that laaa

3, 4 kali wa terbaca tau terdengar dlm doku tentang benda ni.. anybody can confirmed this?
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Post by superhornet on Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:10 am

marc_zman wrote:
superhornet wrote:Antara yg terbaik .. pernah ada satu kisah semasa perang vietnam .. perajurit dari vietnam utara dan juga Vietcong campak atau buang jer dalam tasik atau kolam untuk mengelakkan dari tangkap atau dikatakan sebagai askar perisik dan selepas seminggu dan ada juga sehingga lebih dari itu biler diambil semula ia boleh terus digunakan tanpa was-was. AK memang senjata yg boleh diharapkan walau dalam aper jua keadaan walaupun yg mempersoalkan tentang ketepatan senjata tersebut tapi kebanyakkan situasi pertempuran .. jarang ada yg melebihi dari 300 meter kecuali pertempuran yg berlaku di kawasan terbuka atau padang pasir dan kelebihan ini terdapat pada AK ...

dikatakan yg jika seseorang menembak menggunakan ak47, maka kedudukan rifle tersebut mestilah sedikit direndahkan serta lebih ke kanan dari tenangan asal sasaran tersebut.. kenapa? coz nak counter peel ak47 yg recoil dia akan 'menendang' rifle tu ke atas & ke kiri skit bila ditembak.. something like that laaa

3, 4 kali wa terbaca tau terdengar dlm doku tentang benda ni.. anybody can confirmed this?


Rasernyer menda nie memang betul sebab teman ader beberapa kali tgk kat discovery channel n bebrapa laman web juga menyatakan perkara yang hampir serupa ..
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Post by yaminz on Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:11 am

Yup betui bro, kena rendahkan k bawah since biler tembak mesingun automatik naik k atas... ekekeke

Dr segi firepower, ktahanan, n kgunaan mmg superb even budak2 boleh guna...
Lacking, in accuratecy jea... tp dgn training yg betul, benda nei leh solved...
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Post by alphawolf on Thu Feb 16, 2012 6:49 am

Ak dihasilkan untuk conscript army...tu pasal low maintenance. Dari segi accuracy kurang tu, almaklum la Red Army dulu kan steamroll jadi massed firepower compensate lack of accuracy

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Post by kapokbesi on Thu Feb 16, 2012 12:02 pm

askar n polis kt mesir sni pn dok guna AK jgk..
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Post by Steven 12 on Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:06 pm

yang menarik tentang AK-47 - beberapa negara menggunakan bentoknya dalam lambang @ logo negara......
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Post by Steven 12 on Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:05 am

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Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle (Russia)


Caliber : 5.45x39, 5.56x45, 7,62x39; 7,62x51 NATO
Action : Gas operated, rotary bolt
Length, mm : 945 / 725
Barrel length, mm : 415
Weight, kg : 3.3 (less magazine)
Rate of fire, rounds/minute : 600/1000
Magazine capacity, rounds : 30 or 60


Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle is a newest creation of the IZMASH factory. It is intended to replace in production older Kalashnikov AK-74M and AK-100-series rifles for domestic use (by Russian army and LE), as well as for export. It was first displayed to press in January, 2012, and is believed to be still in development. AK-12 apparently stands for “Avtomat Kalashnikova, 2012”. Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle is planned to be available in two versions – “light” and “heavy”, with former adapted for cartridges like 5.45x39, 5.56x45, 6.5 Grendel and 7,62x39, and the latter for more powerful cartridges like 7,62x51 NATO. The main goal in development of the Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle appears to be to improve ergonomics and tactical flexibility of the weapon, while maintaining traditional high reliability and simplicity of the parent weapon. It is yet to be seen if Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle will live up to these expectations.

Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle is gas operated, selective fire weapon using traditional “Kalashnikov type” action with long stroke gas piston and rotary bolt locking. Barrel has improved rifling for better accuracy, and a revised muzzle brake with NATO-standard external diameter of 22mm, allowing launching of rifle grenades of foreign manufacture. The receiver is redesigned, key modification being new top cover of more rigid design. It is hinged at the front and opens up and forward for disassembly and maintenance. Top cover latch release lever is located at the rear of receiver, right side, behind the safety. Safety / fire selector unit is also revised, to provide more ergonomic ambidextrous switch with 4 positions (Safe, Semi-auto, 3-rd bursts, Automatic). Safety / selector levers are located above the pistol grip, at both sides of the gun. Charging handle is moved forward to be removably attached to the gas piston, and can be installed on either side of the gun. New side-folding, telescoping adjustable stock is provided for AK-12. Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle features integral Picatinny rail at the top cover, and additional accessory rails at the top and both sides of the forend. Bottom section of the forend is available in two versions – with rail (to accept various ‘tactical’ accessories like lights and foregrips) or plain one (to accept standard 40mm grenade launchers like GP-25 or GP-30). In “light” version Kalashnikov AK-12 assault rifle will accept all ‘legacy’ magazines in its respective caliber, such as 30-round AKM or AK-74 and 40-round RPK / 45-round RPK-74 magazines. Additionally, new, 4-stack, 60-round box magazine is planned to be issued for AK-12.
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Post by Steven 12 on Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:18 am

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Kalashnikov AK-101 assault rifle with 40mm GP-30 underbarrel grenade launcher

Kalashnikov AK-101 assault rifle (Russia)

Caliber : 5.56x45 mm NATO
Action : Gas operated, rotating bolt with 2 lugs
Length, mm:overall : 943; w/folded stock: 700;
Barrel lenght : 415 mm
Weight : 3.4 kg empty
Rate of fire : 600 rounds per minute
Magazine capacity : 30 rounds


The AK-101 assault rifle is an export version of the 5.45mm Kalashnikov AK-74M assault rifle. The main difference between AK-101 and AK-74M is in ammunition used - the AK-101 is chambered for 5.56x45mm NATO ammunition. Otherwise it is basically the same as the AK-74M, which is current standard issue rifle of the Russian army.
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Post by kapokbesi on Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:22 am

variasi AK nih diwujudkan berdasarkan ape ye..? sama ada keupayaan, atau peredaran zaman..?
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Post by Steven 12 on Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:26 am

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Kalashnikov AK-103 assault rifle (Russia)
Kalashnikov AK-103 assault rifle (Russia)



Caliber : 7.62x39 M43
Action : Gas operated, rotating bolt with 2 lugs
Length, mm : overall: 943; w/folded butt 700;
Barrel Length, mm : 415
Weigth : 3.4 kg empty
Magazine capacity: 30 rounds
Rate of fire : 600 rounds per minute



The Kalashnikov AK-103 assault rifle is a modification of the current Russian standard issue AK-74M rifle for older 7.62x39mm ammunition. It is primary intended forexport, although it is belived that few AK-103 are in use by various Russian special Law Enforcement groups, which prefer 7.62mm over 5.45mmfor its better stopping power. So far the biggest buyer for AK-103 assault rifles was the Venezuela, which in 2006 bought 100,000 AK-103 rifles and is intent to purchase the manufacturing license and necessary equipment for domestic production of this weapon.

The AK-103 is technically similar to AK-74M except for caliber and magazines used; any 7.62mm AK / AKM type magazine can be used in AK-103, but rifles now are issued with new production 30-round magazines made of black polymer.
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Post by Steven 12 on Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:43 am

kapokbesi wrote:variasi AK nih diwujudkan berdasarkan ape ye..? sama ada keupayaan, atau peredaran zaman..?

tedapat variasi kerana:
1- keupayaan - kaliber2 yang berlainan, panjang barrel dan juga magazines yang berbeza2..
2- penggunaan - dalam elemen ketenteraan yang berlainan e.g: navy, SOF etc..
3- market - eksport ke negara2 pembeli dengan spec masing2, begitu juga dengan pemasangan sendiri yang buat sedikit perubahan.
4- penambahbaikan bahan - penggunaan bahan2 baru seperti polimer etc..
5- penambahbaikan desaign dan eksesori - eg. butstock lipat, rail for scope, special muzzle devices (flash / blast reducers), grenade laumchers etc.. juga pengurangan slm mekanism operasi yang mengurangkan recoil jump..

ha ha .. aku bantai jer, kalau salah otai2 jangan marah ye... :p
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Post by kapokbesi on Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:48 am

Steven 12 wrote:
kapokbesi wrote:variasi AK nih diwujudkan berdasarkan ape ye..? sama ada keupayaan, atau peredaran zaman..?

tedapat variasi kerana:
1- keupayaan - kaliber2 yang berlainan, panjang barrel dan juga magazines yang berbeza2..
2- penggunaan - dalam elemen ketenteraan yang berlainan e.g: navy, SOF etc..
3- market - eksport ke negara2 pembeli dengan spec masing2, begitu juga dengan pemasangan sendiri yang buat sedikit perubahan.
4- penambahbaikan bahan - penggunaan bahan2 baru seperti polimer etc..
5- penambahbaikan desaign dan eksesori - eg. butstock lipat, rail for scope, special muzzle devices (flash / blast reducers), grenade laumchers etc.. juga pengurangan slm mekanism operasi yang mengurangkan recoil jump..

ha ha .. aku bantai jer, kalau salah otai2 jangan marah ye... :p

hahaha..da bgtau bru mntak mahap..terbaek la steven..aku rse mgkn jgk sebb tu kot..permintaan utk kesan lebh efektif utk masa sekrg ni memg tinggi..lgi2 perang konvensional..tp, klu ade exact facts dri senior gunner, lagi bagus..hehe.. Smile
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Post by Steven 12 on Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:09 am

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These two gold AK-47′s are on display at the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C. They once belonged to Saddam Hussein. Pretty, but deadly.

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Post by kapokbesi on Fri Feb 17, 2012 2:11 pm

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These two gold AK-47′s are on display at the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C. They once belonged to Saddam Hussein. Pretty, but deadly.

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bukn maen emas lagi AK nih...
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