The less-commonly used variation of the AKS-74U. Also called the AK-Spetsnaz. The differences between them are:
The AK-74SU has a vertically-folding shoulder plate, whereas the AKS-74U features a horizontally-folding buttstock.
The AK-74SU comes in a more grey-ish colour, and is primarily made of metal components. The AKS-74U has a wooden hand hold underneath/behind the barrel, and is wholly darker in colour.
The AK-74SU is primarily used by Spetsnaz special forces, whereas the AKS-74U is used more broadly with airbourne units, or in other situations requiring high mobility with little space.
The AK-74SU does not appear to have as high a firing rate as the AKS-74U.
Operation Flashpoint features selectable Spetsnaz units with AK-74SU's. The James Bond movie 'Goldeneye' prominently features the AKS-74U in the Archives scene.
(adj.) Wholly without merit.
Rupert Murdoch's news network is Fox.
October 1985, Diamond-Star Motors (DSM) was incorporated as a joint venture of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) and Chrysler Corporation.more...
April 1986, ground broken for the auto assembly plant in Normal, Illinois. Construction of the 1.9 million square foot facility, with an annual production capacity of 240,000 vehicles, was completed in March 1988.
Diamond-Star Motors simultaneously launched its first two mass production vehicles in September 1988: the Mitsubishi Eclipse and the Plymouth Laser.
In 1989, 90,741 vehicles were produced. A second production shift and a third shift for engineering and maintenance were added in May 1989.
In 1991, MMC purchased Chrysler's 50 percent share and the plant became a wholly-owned subsidiary of MMC. On July 1, 1995, Diamond-Star Motors was renamed Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America, Inc.
In October 1995, MMMA celebrated the one-millionth vehicle - which was the first Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder convertible. It was also the 10th anniversary of incorporation.
The plant has had three expansions since 1988; the most recent was in November 2000 when groundbreaking occurred for a 170,000 square foot expansion to Stamping and Body Shops to accommodate the new sport utility to be built at MMMA in 2003 (2004 model year ). Upon completion of this expansion, square footage will be 2.5 million.
Rich Gilligan joined MMMA in December 1998 as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and began a restruct...
Plural of duck, a breed of fowl that lives almost wholly atop freshwater lakes when not nesting, flying, or migrating.
Look! Out on the water! Ducks!
1) In Wicca or other forms of paganism, a polite term for an "outsider", or someone who doesn't wholly believe in metaphysical, but still seeks the advice of diviners or "fortune tellers".
2) in Christianity:
a) a person who is identified as a Christian, but is not "born again"
b) a Christian who was baptized as an infant or is only a Christian because of family ties, but has not made the decision to follow Christ
1) When doing a tarot reading for a once-born, it's a good idea to stick with a basic spread.
A bloated, circumlocutory and wholly American attempt at relieving the white man's burden; a struggle to find polite terminology for whichever group feels slighted that day and needs a hug. Tricks the unwitting into referring to Somalian nationals as "African-Americans."
How can you call them "black people"? That's not politically correct!
When one feigns to be what he or she is not.
When someone is pretending to be what they aren't, thy are in hypocrisy.
The hypocrisy of the student is wholly conspicuous.