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Experimental SMG AK.

Made in "Molot" at 2005 year.

Competition "Vityaz': "Creating effective SMG under pistol ammo."

Becouse Russia dont have 45ACP magazine, used mag from Thomson ;)









 

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Very interesting - thanks for providing that. Just shows that there's still so much out there to understand.
 

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How does the gas system work? It looks like the front sight and gas tube are just welded together. How does gas come from the barrel and opperate the piston?
 

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I think in ww2 we gave Russia some tanks and each came with a shiny new Thompson....
 

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Under the lend-lease program, we gave the Russians a ton of equipment including lots of Thompsons. In true capitalist fashion, they sell them back to us as kits. :lol:
 

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dark_lord said:
How does the gas system work? It looks like the front sight and gas tube are just welded together. How does gas come from the barrel and opperate the piston?
Must be a blow back design.
 

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Stazi said:
dark_lord said:
How does the gas system work? It looks like the front sight and gas tube are just welded together. How does gas come from the barrel and opperate the piston?
Must be a blow back design.
You right.

That is another experimental gun in this seria, but i have only photo ;(



 

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pupwag said:
Got any pics of the bolt/carrier?
I may do it.

GPSIG said:
Interesting (or maybe just coincidence) it is built on the bulged RPK style receiver.
Same vendor - "Molot" (Vyatskiye-Polyani).
 

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That is SWEET! I would love a Full-boogie 7.62x25 AK.

Please post pics of the bolt and carrier, moi brat! :hail:
 

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Tha 7.62 x 25 Ak is neat! IS that a Ppsh-41 Mag or a Pps-43 mag?
I think it is a Pps-43 mag but I could be wrong.
 
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