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3Kalashnikov AKS-74-U by VladiT 3Kalashnikov AKS-74-U by VladiT
Russian Kalashnikov AKS-74-U.
The truncated police automatic machine.
It arms policemen, and in the Russian army - air commandoes and pilots.

This model - teamwork. The author of model in INVENTOR - Vladimir Makarov /pavelrilov@mail.ru/
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MyWarriorHeart Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014
Osama's favourite.
Great job!
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pedrokomando Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2013
Cool but is Krinkov not kalashnikov
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VladiT Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
There is no Russian name "Krinkov", it is impossible for the Russian language, it is the Bulgarian name of the importer of weapons in the U.S..

There are Russian names "Klinkov", maybe "Konkov" or "Kotkov" - but not "Krinkov".
The Ukrainian language is the word "Krinka" - it means "pitcher." But there is no name "Krinkov" - there is only "Krinkin".

Officially, this is called AKS74-U (Avtomat Kalashnikova Skladnoy 1974 - Ukorochennyi), this means - "Assault rifle Kalashnikov Folding-stock 1974 - Shortened". Also, Russian military slang it is called a "SUCHKA", this means - "bitch":)
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WIKIPEDIAUSER Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2012
I Love AK'S!!!!
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ShadowmanRyu Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011
See I love this weapon and I love your render. A common misconception born of ignorance is that the ak-74U fires the same round that the larger infantry version the Russian AK-47 does. Not at all. The 74 fires a round made to compete with the American created 5.56 round. The russians created their own version because the round tumbles inside and was nicknamed the poison bullet. The Ak-47 fires the 7.62mmx39 round. The Ak-47 is the most mass produced weapon on earth. Sorry for the history lesson just I really love weapons and I have a selective photographic memory like those guys who memorize sports statistics hehe.
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CaptainPrower Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014
5.45x39mm RU, right?
First used in the AK-74?
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ShadowmanRyu Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014
correct
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CaptainPrower Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014
From what I understand, the current standard assault rifle of the Russian forces is the AK-74M, however several attempts have been made at replacing it over the years.
Guns like the AN-94, the AK-107, and the AK-12.
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ShadowmanRyu Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014
Indeed. The russian military is not so parochial they don't understand the value and virtues of the polymer revolution in firearms manufacturing. They are slowly phasing out the stamped steel and wood stock furniture AK-47 but one must understand that no other firearm in the history of all guns ever made has so many been created. There are more AK-47 assault rifles in the world than any gun ever made put together. It's the most numerous firearm in human history. Chinese variants, Russian variants, Yugoslavian, Cheq republic, the list goes on. The new variants carried by Spetznaz and other portions of the Russian military use the new Polymer based black look and upgrades and are far more accurate. The old argument used to be that the AR-15 was the prom queen and the Ak-47 was the biker chick. The AK was more reliable and powerful but the AR was lighter and more accurate and less recoil. New technologies are changing that because when it all boils down the 5.556mm round is nothing more than a .223 which just a 22 round with more powder behind it. Whereas a 7.62mm round is a .30 caliber round capable of shattering a cinderblock of concrete at 500 yards. 
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AkKAla5H Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
fucking superb
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