AK-74 Kalashnikov Assault Rifle
The AK-74 is an assault rifle developed in the early 1970s in the Soviet Union as the replacement for the earlier AKM. It uses a smaller intermediate cartridge, the 5.45 x 39 mm, replacing the 7.62 x 39 mm chambering of earlier Kalashnikov-pattern weapons.
The rifle received a new barrel with a chrome-lined bore and 4 right-hand grooves at a 200 mm (1:8 in) rifling twist rate. The front sight base and gas block were redesigned. The gas block contains a gas channel that is installed at a 90.
- Caliber: 5.45 x 39.5 mm
- Capacity: 30 Rounds
- Gas Operated
- Rotating Bolt With 2 Lugs
- Barrel Length: 415 mm
- Overall Length: 943 mm
- Fire Rate (Rounds/Min): 600-650
- Max Effective Fire Range: 625 m
- Weight Of Weapon (without Magazine): 3.07 kg
- Adjustable Iron Sights, Front Post And Rear Notch On A Scaled Tangent