- Is the AK 47 based off stg44?
- How far can a AK 47 shoot accurately?
- What does AR stand for?
- Is the bar an assault rifle?
- Are all AK 47 automatic?
- What is the standard round for an AK 47?
- Is a 7.62 x54 the same as a 308?
- Does the US military use AK 47?
- How many bullets does a AK 47 shoot per second?
- What was the most powerful gun in ww2?
- Is a Dragunov an AK 47?
- Why are SVD banned?
Is the AK 47 based off stg44?
The answer: the AK-47 is NOT loosely based on STG 44, the AK-47 is the “Russian” version of the German STG-44, just the way the AR-15 is the American version of the STG-44..
How far can a AK 47 shoot accurately?
400 metersAll 7.62-mm Kalashnikov assault rifles fire in either semi-automatic or automatic mode and have an effective range of up to 400 meters. At full cycle rate, they can fire about 600 rounds per minute with a practical rate of about 100 rounds per minute fully automatic or 40 rounds per minute semi-automatic.
What does AR stand for?
ArmaLite Rifle”AR” comes from the name of the gun’s original manufacturer, ArmaLite, Inc. The letters stand for ArmaLite Rifle — and not for “assault rifle” or “automatic rifle.” ArmaLite first developed the AR-15 in the late 1950s as a military rifle, but had limited success in selling it.
Is the bar an assault rifle?
The M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle could be considered a conceptual precursor to assault rifles in that it is a shoulderable automatic rifle suitable for providing suppressing fire on the move. The BAR isn’t an assault rifle because it is chambered in . 30-06 Springfield , a full power rifle cartridge.
Are all AK 47 automatic?
In general, however, a true AK-47 has a fully automatic setting, which is illegal in the United States. Models with semi-automatic settings are available and legal in the US. Manufacturers cannot make or import fully automatic weapons for the civilian market. But you can still legally buy a fully automatic AK-47.
What is the standard round for an AK 47?
The AK fires the 7.62×39mm cartridge with a muzzle velocity of 715 m/s (2,350 ft/s).
Is a 7.62 x54 the same as a 308?
No, the 7.62×54 is a rimmed cartridge firing a bullet of about . 311″ diameter. The 308 Winchester is a rimless cartridge firing a bullet of about .
Does the US military use AK 47?
These days, the U.S. does not field AK-47s, but some members of its military are trained to use them. Special operations forces from all branches might have to pick up an enemy AK-47 at some point because of the nature of their work — sometimes help isn’t coming.
How many bullets does a AK 47 shoot per second?
The barrel length is 415 mm (16.3 in). It is gas operated with a rotating bolt and can fire up to 600 rounds per minute. The standard AK-47 or AKM fires the 7.62x39mm cartridge with a muzzle velocity of 710 meters per second (2,300 ft/s).
What was the most powerful gun in ww2?
M1 GarandThe M1 Garand was the standard U.S. Army infantry rifle from 1936-1959. A semi-automatic rifle that General George S. Patton called “the greatest battle implement ever devised”, it gave U.S. G.I.s a huge advantage in World War II.
Is a Dragunov an AK 47?
The SVD Dragunov is a relative of the AK-47 in the sense it uses a folded sheet metal receiver and parts of the AK fire control group internally but this receiver is longer than the AK to accommodate the longer 7.62x54R cartridge and magazine.
Why are SVD banned?
The MAIN reason you cannot get an SVD right now is that Russia will not import them, end of story. The reason that other countries or companies in those countries will not export them to the US is that there is not enough money in it.