Slow Motion of an AK-47 Underwater

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+16 1. krillemaster commented 7 years ago

now that's a quality rifle!
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+5 2. Eddie87 commented 7 years ago

thats awesome :)

i want to see a clip in a pool where they fire a whole ak-47 magasin to see how it would move :) 3:35 one bullet movement
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+3 3. zaltysss commented 7 years ago

That's a weapon that won all the wars, or at least was in all of them.
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-3 4. cher-00 commented 7 years ago

Ofcourse, if you want to show how a weapon works underwater there are no way for a stuff like M-16.
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+1 5. Combo commented 7 years ago

What a waste of a quality aquarium!
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+2 6. MrAlwaysRight commented 7 years ago

I dont feel smarter
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-1 7. BangkokJarek commented 7 years ago

Does your Dad know what you're doing to his rifle?
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+5 8. primate1970 commented 7 years ago

#3 All wars...? Erm? Don't think they have been around for that long....?
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+1 9. Skeesicks commented 7 years ago

Use plexiglass next time...no shattering at all, only a small bullet hole!
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+3 10. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#7 Did you not watch the video? The guy with the white beard, the older guy who was with his son. That was his Dad!
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+4 11. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#1 Yep , very good design. Kalashnikov used the best weapon technology available to copy their functions and incorporate them into a great gun.

"The AK-47 is best described as a hybrid of previous rifle technologies : the trigger mechanism, double locking lugs and unlocking raceway of the M1 Garand/M1 carbine, the safety mechanism of the John Browning designed Remington Model 8 rifle, and the gas system of the Sturmgewehr ."
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+3 12. sunnydaze4me commented 7 years ago

#3 The AK-47 was not even made until after WW2, so which "all the wars" are you talking about?
Are you still in grade school?
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-5 13. krillemaster commented 7 years ago

#12 Vietnam? Iraq? Afghanistan?
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+1 14. sunnydaze4me commented 7 years ago

#13 Those are not "all the wars", and the AK has been on the loosing end of all three of them.
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+3 15. LaoMa commented 7 years ago

Seeing an AK brings back memories of cleaning my service rifle for hours and hours. Forget to do the daily maintenance and the whole thing rusts inside :P