automatic kalashnikov designed in 1947.
the gun most widely used by guerilla fighters all over the world. used becuase of its high rate of fire and durability.
unprone to jamming in sand or when wet its is extremely reliable.
it is used mainly "when you absolutley positively have to take out every mother fucker in the room" =p
i had to take out every mother fucker in the room so i used my AK-47.
A weapon of remarkable simplicity and reliability. Though not as accurate as a Colt, it will continue to function effectively in adverse environmental conditions when others fail. Lightweight and user friendly, it is inexpensive and uses easily obtainable rounds. It's unique report identifies the user as a foe of U.S. forces.
That's an AK ; unfriendlies in the vicinity!!
A term describing Aakash's guns.
Person one: 'Hey, check out those three hot guys over there!'
Person two: 'That's just Aakash and his AK-47
1. An assault rifle
2. Andrei Kirilenko, number 47 on the utah jazz
1. This terrorist popped out and started poppin a cap in every1s as with an ak-47
2 AK-47 goes up...... AND 1!!!!!!
Jackie Browns favorite weapon.
"Ak47: When you absolutely, positively, gotta kill every muthafucker in the room, accept no substitute."
A sufficient tool in the right hands. Not the most accurate, but it does not matter if you can hit things 800m away with an XXX-456dx assault rifle nom de guerre. Either will do at CQB ranges.
Don't let the politicians or the media try to take them away, because if you don't have them, they will. Just like in Sierra Leone, they would chop off hands of those who voted (pun not intended).
In Vietnam, certain covert U.S. military units used AK47 rifles due to the ability to blend in with indigenous groups, use captured ammunition, and not give away their positions by the different sound signature(s) of the M16, Stoners and HK 5.56mm weapons they were known to use.
For the people who keep saying that they'll use their "baby M4" any day, but have actually never touched any gun except an airsoft, halt mal. I would prefer any firearm over none at any given time when in a conflict zone, and if an AK is there, then that is what I will use.
A mass produced 7.62mm
automatic rifle with metal body and wood stock (orignal version, many other makes and models have been created by the Chinese, Hungarians, Romanians, Koreans, and numerous other countries). The gun was orginally designed by a Russian man Mikhail Kalashnikov
in 1947. The weapon itself is designed on one factor, simplicity. You can litterally pull back the bolt back, throw a handfull of sand in, and it will still function properly. There is a lot of free space inbetween internal parts allowing quite a lot of build up to resinate before malfunctioning. Although it is just a weapon, it is also a symbol of resistance. You will see any Taliban
member or terrorist sporting one of these rifles. The rifle can even be seen on the flag of Mozambique
The infamous Osama bin Laden
can even be seen holding and shooting an AK47 in the numerous videos he has released.