- 1 How much is a AK-47 bullet?
- 2 Is AK-47 the most powerful gun?
- 3 Why is the AK-47 so reliable?
- 4 What does 47 mean in AK?
- 5 How much is a black AK?
- 6 Is the AK-47 cheap?
- 7 What is killing distance of AK-47?
- 8 What can stop an AK-47 bullet?
Can AK-47 shoot 9mm?
If your question is what would happen if a 9×19 cartridge were slipped into the chamber of an AK 47, what would happen?, the answer is (probably) nothing, if it stops there. The 9mm is small enough that it would slip far enough into the chamber that the firing pin could not hit the primer.
What are AK-47 bullets made of?
Bullets with steel core – It’s a new addition into the ammunition of terror groups especially Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed that has triggered an alarm within the security establishment as it has the capability to pierce a static bullet proof bunker used during counter-terrorism operations, officials said.
The first such incident noticed had happened on the new year eve when terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed had carried out a suicide attack on CRPF camp at Lethpora in South Kashmir when one of the five personnel of para-military force was hit by a bullet fatally despite carrying out a static bullet-proof shield provided by the Army, officials said.
Five CRPF personnel were killed in the attack. A thorough enquiry showed that the bullet fired by the terrorist from the assault AK rifle was of steel core which has the capability of piercing through the static bunkers used by security personnel during encounters with terrorists.
The findings showed that the bullet, which is mainly termed as Armour Piercing (AP), is built of hardened steel or tungsten carbide. “Precautionary measures have already been taken after the findings,” said a senior official engaged in counter-terrorism in the Kashmir Valley. Generally, the AK bullets used in the armoury have a lead core covered with mild steel which cannot penetrate a bullet proof shield but after the December 31, 2017 encounter and subsequent findings, the rules of the proxy-war changed, the officials said.
A detailed analysis of the previous suicide attacks was carried out during which ballistic analysis of the terror attack on district police lines of Pulwama in South Kashmir in last August showed that ‘steel core’ bullets had been used in that encounter by the terrorists on security personnel.
- Eight security personnel had lost their lives in the terror strike.
- The ammunition, according to the officials, is being modified from across the border with the help of Chinese technology of encasing the bullet with hard steel core.
- There have been instances when these bullets, though very small in numbers, have been recovered from hideouts mainly belonging to the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror group.
“Every ammunition round seized during recovery is scrutinized minutely to look for such bullets. In the meantime, direct exposure of security personnel using static bulletproof shield was being avoided,” another official said. (Catch all the Business News, Breaking News Events and Latest News Updates on The Economic Times,) Download The Economic Times News App to get Daily Market Updates & Live Business News.
What is the caliber for an AK-47?
The Great Debate AK47 vs AR15 The Great Debate AK47 vs AR15 March 14, 2018 By Dave Young (YoungBuckDave) In February’s issue of the newsletter, I mentioned some of the “Great Debates” that are ongoing within the firearms and tactical industries. These topics of discussion never cease to provide heated discussions with valid points from both ends of the spectrum.
- In February we discussed the debate topic “9MM vs 45ACP”, a topic that has been discussed for decades.
- This month we are about to dive into another heated topic that revolves around the topic of the AK-47 and the AR-15.
- Which rifle is the best? Is there a true champion? Once again, I will talk about the pros and cons on each side and then give my opinion on the matter.
So, let’s get this debate started! The AK-47 has been around since 1949 where it became the official rifle for the Soviet Armed Forces and was designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov. This rifle is a gas operated, long stroke gas piston and chambered 7.62x39mm and has numerous claims to fame.
It is said to be able to operate under the harshest conditions. It can be covered in mud, sand, dirt, or snow and then picked up and is still be able to function just fine. The AK-47 is also extremely easy to operate. It is said that “It is so easy to field strip and operate a child can do it” which, in a sense, is very true considering how war-torn countries have adopted the AK-47 for these two reasons.
Its reliability and ease of use. Now travel further down the rabbit hole and discuss the Pros and Cons of the AK-47 rifle. Pros:
The AK-47 is EXTREMELY reliable and can function properly in the harshest of environments and after heavy abuse. The rifle can function with minimal cleaning and maintenance. It is very easy to field strip and operate. The AK-47 shoots a 7.62x39mm caliber that penetrates and damages its intended target greater than the caliber shot from an AR-15. With this larger caliber, the AK-47 has greater “stopping power” than the 5.56/.223 round of the AR-15. AK-47s are generally inexpensive, even though there are some modern day high end AK-47s on the market, the rifle is usually cheap (pricewise). The AK-47 is more widely used globally over the AR-15 especially in Europe and Asia. The round that the AK-47 fires (7.62x39mm) has greater energy than the round fired by an AR-15.
The effective range for the AK-47 is between 300-400 yards, which is a couple hundred yards less than the effective range of an AR-15. It is also said that the AK-47 is less accurate than the AR-15, but I will give my opinion on that matter later on. The standard AK-47 weighs about 2 pounds more than your standard AR-15, which may not sound like much, but can mean a lot if you have to carry around the rifle, its ammunition, and the other equipment. Since the AK-47 fires a larger round than the standard AR-15, there is a bit more recoil, but it can be easily managed. The AK-47 rifle has a slower cyclic rate than an AR-15, which can be important to people.
The AK-47 is a great rifle in my opinion. It is a historic platform that any firearm enthusiast has to love. It’s one of the most durable and rugged rifles ever to be produced that can function under the harshest conditions. It can be dropped in thick mud, submerged in water, buried in sand or dirt, operate in subzero temperatures, and fire without any issues.
The operation of this rifle is night and day compared to the AR-15, but one can easily adapt to its use with proper and frequent training. The accuracy of this rifle, in my opinion, is debatable. Most people say the AK-47 is not an accurate rifle, but I beg to differ. If you give this rifle to a capable marksman, they can most definitely push this rifle to its very limits of accuracy.
The same goes for a person who just takes the time to train with the AK-47. Accuracy, to a point, depends on the skill of the person using the firearm. Modern day AK-47s can be modified in numerous ways that give the user more of an edge. Now let’s talk about the AR-15.
- The AR-15/M16 have been locking horns in battle and in debates ever since their conception.
- Eugene Stoner designed the AR-15 in the 1950s and it was put into service in 1959.
- This rifle is gas operated, direct impingement and chambered in either,223 Remington or 5.56.
- The M16 version of the AR-15 is different only due to the fact it can go from semi auto fire to fully auto fire with the flip of the selector switch.
The AR-15 can only be fired in semi auto. It’s first debut was during the Vietnam War. During this brutal and grueling war this rifle was pushed to its limits. After some time in the field, reports came back that this rifle was prone to jamming caused by mud, dirt, and other debris which compromised the moving parts.
- This created many malfunctions, especially the “failure to extract” malfunction.
- Even though this rifle had a rough start to its service career, there have been many advancements to the AR-15/M16 rifle that have made it a very reliable and accurate rifle that is still in service today with our nation’s military.
Now that you have a brief background on the AR-15/M16, lets dive into its pros and cons. Pros:
The AR-15 is a very accurate rifle with an effective range of 600 yards, which is 200 more yards than the AK-47. Rifle accuracy is measured in “Minute of Angle (MOA)” and the AR-15 is 30% more accurate than the AK-47. The AR-15 is a couple pounds lighter than the AK-47, which can mean a lot if you are carrying it along with it’s ammunition and other gear. The ergonomics of the AR-15 is much more user friendly providing a good solid cheek weld and a safety selector that can be easily manipulated without losing a good sight picture. Since the AR-15 fires a smaller bullet, the recoil is very easy controlled, even under rapid fire. The cyclic rate of this rifle is much faster and can fire 200 more rounds per minute than the AK-47.
The AR-15 shoots a smaller round than the AK-47 and, when talking to troops in the field, it is observed that it lacks good “knock down or stopping power” compared to the 7.62×39 round fired by the AK-47. AR-15s are more expensive than the standard AK-47. I am hesitant to put this observation in the “cons” category since modern day AR-15s are very reliable and perform in harsh environments, but since their predecessors were far from reliable, there is a valid argument to putting it in the “cons” category. Some of the first AR-15s/M16s that were discussed before were nothing but trouble to the troops that fought during the Vietnam War. The round fired by an AR-15 lacks the muzzle energy that the AK-47 can deliver with its 7.62×39 round.
Even though the AR-15 started out with some major issues, the modern-day version has addressed and resolved the issues this type of rifle had during its early days. As a result, this rifle is still in service today. This rifle is extremely accurate and, when placed in the hands of a skilled shooter, can be pushed to its very limits by shooting accurately past its effective range and stopping a threat.
- It is very ergonomic due to its design and the minimal recoil.
- This makes it very easy to control even when you fire it rapidly.
- Now that I have talked about both the pros and cons of both rifles, I am going to give you my opinion on them and which one I prefer.
- To put it plain and simple, I am an AR-15 man.
I’m not saying I don’t love the AK-47 rifle and appreciate everything about it, I just prefer the AR-15, the reason being that I have trained on that platform and fell in love with it right from the beginning. The accuracy of the AR-15 is awesome and, combined with its ergonomics, makes it feel very natural to manipulate during various training exercises.
Also, I am a firm believer that the AR-15 is a very reliable rifle. All the ARs I have owned or built have withstood abuse from training and have never let me down. I can confidently engage targets from a long distance with accuracy. If given the opportunity to train frequently with a quality AK-47, I feel as though I would be able to appreciate it as much as I do my AR-15s.
But for now, in my opinion, the AR-15 is the winner in this debate. : The Great Debate AK47 vs AR15
How much is a AK-47 bullet?
Sterling 7.62×39 123 Grain FMJ – 20 Rounds –
|Bullet Weight||123 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Use Type||plinking at the range|
|Cost Per Round||74.3¢ per round|
Sterling ammunition was originally manufactured in England. Production next moved to Spain before finally settling in Turkey. Today the subsidiary of Turaç exports ammunition to dozens of countries around the world, many of which utilize it for national defense. This 7.62×39 ammunition is perfect for high-volume target shooting thanks to its steel cases. You save a lot of money by avoiding brass, an alloy that is mostly composed of semi-precious copper, and AK-47s have zero issue cycling steel. The main drawback to steel cases is that they aren’t able to be reloaded, although that is hardly a shortcoming at all if you aren’t a handloader. Each one of these Kalashnikov rounds is outfitted with a 123 grain full metal jacket projectile. The bullet has a solid lead core with a bi-metal jacket – it does contain steel, and it will attract a magnet. This new production ammo is also outfitted with noncorrosive primers, so you can clean your rifle just as you normally would once target practice has reached its natural conclusion.
Is AK-47 stronger than M16?
The U.S. M-16 rifle versus the Russian AK-47 rifle. A comparison of terminal ballistics – PubMed Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. The,gov means it’s official. Federal government websites often end in,gov or,mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site. The site is secure. The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely. Display options Format Abstract PubMed PMID The standard U.S. military rifle (M-16) is substantially more destructive than its Russian counterpart (AK-47) when fired at short range into clay blocks, despite the fact that the AK-47 is of larger caliber and fires a much heavier bullet with a kinetic energy (muzzle) 25% greater when compared to the M-16.
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Does AK-47 bullet hurt?
NOT MEANT FOR THE LIGHT HEARTED! You will be shot. The AK-47, and any other rifle rounds will go right through type IIIA armor. It will stop most pistol rounds, but you still will not run far, as it will very, very much hurt, with broken bones possible, big bruises the very least of the damage received.
Is AK-47 the most powerful gun?
5. How deadly is the AK-47? – The AK-47 is the deadliest weapon ever built, on the whole. Its kill count even tops nuclear weapons in sheer numbers. But the first AK-47s were very heavy and weren’t really built for aiming. Kalashnikov wanted to develop a compact weapon that still delivered firepower within 300 meters that could bring a blaze of bullets (with ammunition light enough that soldiers could carry a lot of it).
An Iraqi security forces soldier practices a prone shooting position at Besmaya Range Complex, Iraq, Feb.1, 2017. (U.S. Army/Sgt. Joshua Wooten) A real 1947 Kalashnikov is surprisingly difficult to fire for a standard infantry weapon, but it was still very easily produced and easily used. Today’s AKs are actually AKMs (modernized) and variations on the AKM.
Everyone will still refer to it as an AK-47 or simply “AK” – because it sounds cool. The weapon uses a 7.62mm, high-velocity round that can “destroy whole areas of a body,” according to New York City trauma surgeons, They shatter bones, tear through organs and liquefy other materials as the round tumbles through the body – often in ways that cannot be repaired.
Why is AK-47 so popular?
The AK-47, officially known as the Avtomat Kalashnikova (Russian:, lit. ‘Kalashnikov’s automatic ‘; also known as the Kalashnikov or just AK ), is a gas-operated assault rifle that is chambered for the 7.62×39mm cartridge. Developed in the Soviet Union by Russian small-arms designer Mikhail Kalashnikov, it is the originating firearm of the Kalashnikov (or “AK”) family of rifles,
After more than seven decades since its creation, the AK-47 model and its variants remain one of the most popular and widely used firearms in the world. Design work on the AK-47 began in 1945. It was presented for official military trials in 1947, and, in 1948, the fixed- stock version was introduced into active service for selected units of the Soviet Army,
In early 1949, the AK was officially accepted by the Soviet Armed Forces and used by the majority of the member states of the Warsaw Pact, The model and its variants owe their global popularity to their reliability under harsh conditions, low production cost (compared to contemporary weapons), availability in virtually every geographic region, and ease of use.
The AK has been manufactured in many countries, and has seen service with armed forces as well as irregular forces and insurgencies throughout the world. As of 2004, “of the estimated 500 million firearms worldwide, approximately 100 million belong to the Kalashnikov family, three-quarters of which are AK-47s”.
The model is the basis for the development of many other types of individual, crew-served and specialized firearms.
Why is the AK-47 so reliable?
Magazine and feeder design –
Perhaps the most important component of a magazine-fed firearm system is the magazine itself. Without an efficient, reliable magazine, the weapon simply won’t load properly, and a common (and generally correct) estimate is that 95-99% of malfunctions that occur with modern automatic weapons are the fault of a bad magazine.
- The AR-15 carbine had to work for decades for an excellent magazine design, but Kalashnikov approached the magazine design for his AK-47 from a completely different angle.
- The magazine for AK carbines is a highly sophisticated device that achieves reliability and longevity through a combination of strength and sheer weight.
Of course, the Kalashnikov’s magazine is very well constructed, but its most distinctive feature is its oversizing, especially given the original plate-and-side design, The AK magazine body has a fairly simple curve, but the power turret deserves attention.
- Rebuilt like the rest of the magazine, the feed turret incorporates clever geometry that supports the magazine when locked in the rifle, without the need for an AR-15-type magazine well.
- Another important feature of the feeding turret is the relatively long feeding lips, which are long enough to control the movement of the cartridge until its tip enters the barrel chamber.
This means that unlike the AR-15, the AK-47 will be very, very unlikely to have a power problem. Supporting this simple chamber feed is facilitated by a clean AK feed channel. Unlike the AR-15, which has to push its cartridges through the sloped barrel extension and into the chamber, in the AK there is virtually nothing between the bullet and the chamber itself.
- In addition, cartridges do not have to climb to reach the chamber.
- The magazine positions them so that they are already virtually axially aligned with it.
- This exceptionally clean feed channel design, combined with the feed lip system, helps ensure AK-47 reliability and trouble-free ammunition supply every time.
It would be untrue to say that AKs have never had problems feeding cartridges, but given the way the feed lips, feed channel and geometry of the AK chamber were designed, this is highly unlikely!
- Almost from the moment of its official adoption by the Soviet military in 1949, the AK-47 was recognized as being simple to operate, rugged, reliable under trying conditions, and amenable to mass production,
- Built around a 7.62-mm round with a muzzle velocity of some 700 metres per second, it had a cyclic firing rate of 600 rounds per minute and was capable of both semiautomatic and automatic fire.
How far can AK-47 bullet travel?
The effective book range on the AK47 is 350 meters (380 yards). However user reports have placed the practical range as low as 100 meters in some situations.
Why is it called AK-47?
AK-47, also called Kalashnikov Model 1947, Soviet assault rifle, possibly the most widely used shoulder weapon in the world. The initials AK represent Avtomat Kalashnikova, Russian for “automatic Kalashnikov,” for its designer, Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov, who designed the accepted version of the weapon in 1947.
A long curved box magazine held 30 rounds, and a separate gas-return tube above the barrel held a piston that was forced back upon firing to activate the mechanisms that ejected the spent cartridge and cocked the hammer for the next round. The AK-47 was manufactured in two basic designs, one with a wooden stock and the other, designated the AKS, with a folding metal stock.
- Beginning in 1959, the AK-47 was replaced in first-line Soviet service by the AKM, a modernized version fitted with longer-range sights and cheaper mass-produced parts, including a stamped sheet-metal receiver and a plywood buttstock and forward grip.
- Despite their obvious advantages, the AK-47 and the AKM were considered by the Soviet military to have problems with accuracy, mainly because of recoil forces generated by the powerful 7.62-mm round and other forces known as blowback that were generated by the weapons’ heavy internal mechanisms.
Those problems were partly addressed during the 1970s, when the AKM was replaced by the AK-74, which adapted the basic Kalashnikov design to a smaller 5.45-mm round with a higher muzzle velocity of 900 metres per second. A later version of the AK-74, the AK-74M, was the main infantry weapon of the Russian army into the 21st century.
- After the 1970s, research continued into possible successors to the AK-47/74 series, most of them involving some means of reducing the effects of recoil and blowback.
- One candidate, the AN-94, allowed two rounds to be fired in rapid succession before recoil forces were generated.
- Other candidates, the AK-107 and AEK-971, introduced mechanical parts whose movements balanced those of the blowback-generating mechanisms.
None of these weapons was accepted for standard issue to the Russian army, however. In 2018 the Russian military began introducing a pair of new rifles from the AK family—the AK-12 and the AK-15—as eventual replacements for the AK-74M. The AK-12 retained the 5.45-mm calibre that had been introduced with the AK-74, but the AK-15 reverted to the Soviet-era 7.62-mm round.
Both weapons featured a modernized chassis that allowed for the mounting of scopes, forward grips, and other tactical accessories. Kalashnikov assault rifles remain the basic shoulder weapons of many armies that once had political and military ties to the Soviet Union, and they have long been the favoured weapon for many guerrilla and nationalist movements throughout the world.
The symbolic value of the AK-47 to such movements is demonstrated by its presence on the coats of arms of numerous countries as well as on the flag of Mozambique, It has been estimated that some 100 million AKs have been produced—fully half of them outside Russia, and many of those under expired Soviet-era licenses or no license at all.
What does 47 mean in AK?
Kalashnikov’s invention – Russian Mikhail Kalashnikov invented the weapon that bears his name in the middle of the 20th century. Born on Nov.10, 1919, Kalashnikov was a tank mechanic in the Soviet military during the Second World War. He was wounded during the German invasion of the USSR in 1941.
Having seen firsthand the combat advantage conferred by Germany’s superior firearms, Kalashnikov resolved to develop a better weapon. While still in the military, he produced several designs that lost out to competitors before eventually producing the first AK-47. The name of Kalashnikov’s greatest invention stands for Automat Kalashnikova 1947, the year it was first produced.
In 1949, the AK-47 became the assault rifle of the Soviet Army. Later adopted by other nations in the Warsaw Pact, the weapon quickly spread around the world, becoming a symbol of revolution in such far-flung lands as Vietnam, Afghanistan, Colombia and Mozambique, on whose flag it figures prominently. The flag of Mozambique features an AK-47 with an attached bayonet, meant to symbolize defense and vigilance. Wikimedia Over the course of his long life, Kalashnikov continued to tweak his classic design. In 1959, production began on his AKM, which replaced the AK-47’s milled receiver with one made of stamped metal, making it both lighter and less expensive to produce.
How much is a black AK?
Since it first entered service with the Soviet army in 1948, the AK-47 and its derivatives have become the world’s most widely used assault rifles, In his book “AK47: The Story of The People’s Gun”, author Michael Hodges estimates that there are as many as 200 million Kalashnikov rifles in circulation, one for every 35 people on earth.
Its popularity among soldiers, criminals and militants is primarily due to its cheap price, durability, reliability and sheer simplicity.200 different types of Kalashnikov are produced in at least 30 countries with vast quantities of rifles turning up in trouble spots all over world, especially in Africa.
The AK rifles used in the Paris attacks at Charlie Hebdo and the Bataclan theater were purchased in Belgium and traced back to the Balkans (and to Serbia in particular). Given that the AK-47 is at the center of the illegal ams trade (worth an estimated $1.7 to $3.5 billion every year), how much would one cost on the black market? A recent report from Global Financial Integrity has shed light on the cost of an illegally-procured AK-47 in several selected countries. Description This chart shows the average cost of an illegally-acquired AK-47 worldwide. Report URL to be used as reference link :
Is 7.62 ammo hard to find?
The 7.62×39 as a Parent Round – In addition to its performance in one of the most iconic rifles in the world, the 7.62×39 is also a parent round for military and commercial ammunition. The 7.62×39 has acted as a parent round for:
- M43: The 7.62×39 is a parent round of the M43, the original Soviet version of which comes with 123 grain boat tail bullets. The round features a Berdan primer and an extreme taper, which is what gives the AK-47 magazine its distinct curved shape. The bullets have undergone some slight changes over the years, but the rest of the round remains pretty much the same as its original manufacturing.
- M67: The M67 is the result of Yugoslavian experimentation with the M43. They were looking for a deadlier round that traveled faster and boasted greater accuracy than the M43. The result is a shorter round with a flatter base – and serious wound trauma.
- Commercial Variations: Wolf Ammunition, among other commercial brands manufactured in Russia, are known for making variations on this round. For example, you can get the 7.62×39 with a full metal jacket, soft point or hollow point, depending on your ammunition needs.
- Chinese Steel Core: Not to be outdone by the Russians, the Chinese have likewise started manufacturing a variant on the M43-style round with a steel core. These are not currently legal for commercial purchase in the United States because the law classifies them as an armor-piercing round for handguns. This classification is purely a bureaucratic one: The specs of the round make it illegal, not any proven ability to pierce armor.
This cartridge is comparable to the, having a similar bullet diameter and weight. However, this comparison is not entirely accurate, as the,30-30 is able to fire heavier bullets at higher velocities. Even so, the 7.62×39 remains an effective cartridge for taking medium game as far out as 200 yards.
- The effectiveness of this round increases by using widely available soft point and hollow point bullets.
- A major advantage of 7.62×39 ammunition is that it is available in nearly every corner of the globe.
- All major manufacturers of ammunition produce this cartridge, and it’s easy to find as a military surplus item.
Having been mass produced by the Soviets, the Eastern Bloc countries and even China, AK-47 rifles and SKS rifles have been employed in almost every part of the planet. This global availability has created massive demand for 7.62x39mm ammunition.7.62×39 surplus ammo is especially popular, as they are comparatively inexpensive and are packaged in steel, airtight cases – which protect the ammo from moisture and greatly extend the storage life.
Another major benefit is that is plentiful, inexpensive, and easy to stockpile. When asked to name a firearm chambered for 7.62×39 ammo, most shooters will respond by mentioning the AK-47 or SKS, but there are actually several other commercially available rifles in bolt action and single shot configurations.
Firing military surplus ammunition from these civilian rifles will generally yield a better group than can be obtained from the military rifles. Ammunition manufacturers, however, know that this cartridge is also used in sporting applications, and they produce several options in their premium hunting lines.
- With the right rifle, the accuracy of these ammo options is reportedly sub minute-of-angle.
- If you’re looking for some high-quality 7.62×39 ammo, make sure to check out our full selection of in stock and ready to ship! The round continues to see extensive use in the Russian military in AKM rifles and rifles derived from this model.
However, despite what gun grabbers would have you believe, the round also has legitimate uses in sporting and is popular among hunters for that reason. It’s not quite as powerful as the,30-30 Win, but it has a very similar ballistic profile – which is why it’s popular for shooting, for example, whitetail deer.
Is the AK-47 cheap?
What is the price range of the AK47 assault rifle available in the USA and the UK? FIRST, a real AK-47 in the USA, registered and transferrable, runs about $25 – $30,000. Add in a REAL provenance from Vietnam or other conflict, but of course registered legally before 1986, and your topping $50,000
Does AK-47 kick hard?
The Recoil of AK-47 – AK-47 Kalashnikov rifle fires 7.62 x 39 rounds, with recoil of 6.9 ft lbs. The recoil for.223 is about 3ft lbs while,243 has recoil of around 7.2 ft lbs. Soldiers armed with the AK-47 are very deadly, if they have the right mind-set; practice, and training.
Do any militaries use AK-47?
More than 20 countries currently produce the AK-47. China is the world’s largest producer of them. About 50 standing armies use the AK-47, including China, Egypt, Cuba, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Syria & Iran.
Why don t American soldiers use AK-47?
Most weapons from the M16 forward are lighter than that. The AK-47 is good at short range, but not longer ranges, as it is not accurate at longer ranges compared to other weapons. With an M16, a soldier could carry about twice as many rounds as a soldier armed with a AK with the same weight.
Can you survive AK-47 shot?
Surviving being shot by an AK-47 or any firearm depends on several factors, including the specific circumstances of the incident and the location of the injury. However, it’s important to note that getting shot by any high-powered firearm, such as an AK-47, poses a significant risk to one’s life and well-being.
Can AK-47 bullet penetrate a wall?
Yes, an AK-47 rifle has the capability to penetrate certain types of walls. The ability of a bullet to penetrate a wall depends on several factors, including the type of wall material, thickness, and the specific ammunition used. The AK-47 fires 7.62x39mm ammunition, which typically has good penetration capabilities.
What is killing distance of AK-47?
The AK-47 was designed to be effective through 350 meters. The bullet will fly quite a bit farther if you lob it up enough in volley fire, but 300–350m is the realistic effective range against a point target (one infantryman shooting at another) if I remember correctly.
Is there a 9mm AK?
The AK-9 is based on the so-called ‘hundred series’ of Kalashnikov assault rifles, such as the AK-104, but with certain improvements. It is a selective fire compact assault rifle chambered in 9×39mm subsonic cartridge.
What can stop an AK-47 bullet?
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