AK 12 Gun For Big Kids

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5,45mm AK-12 6P70 assault rifle at Military-technical forum ARMY-2016 01.jpg
A right-side view of the AK-12 5.45×39mm assault rifle
Type Assault rifle
Place of origin Russia
Service history
Used by Russia
Production history
Designer Mikhail Kalashnikov, Vladimir Zlobin
Designed 2011
Manufacturer Izhmash (now Kalashnikov Concern)
Produced 2018[1]
Weight 3.3 kg (7.28 lb)[2]
Length 945 mm (37.2 in)
(725 mm stock folded)[3]
Barrel length 415 mm (16.3 in)
AK-12 / AK-12K: 5.45×39mm
AK-15 / AK-15K: 7.62×39mm
Action Gas-operated, long stroke gas piston, rotating bolt
Rate of fire 600-700 RPM[4]
Muzzle velocity
AK-12: 880–900 m/s (2,887–2,953 ft/s)
AK-15: 715 m/s (2,346 ft/s)
Effective firing range 500–600 m (547–656 yd)
Maximum firing range 800 meters
Feed system
30-round detachable box magazine
60-round detachable casket magazine
96-round detachable drum magazine from the RPK-16
Detachable magazines from the AK-74 and RPK-74
30-round detachable box magazine
40-round detachable box magazine
Detachable magazines from the AKM, AK-103 and RPK
Sights Back-up iron sights and integrated Picatinny rail for various optics
The AK-12 is a Russian 5.45×39mm assault rifle, designed and manufactured by Kalashnikov Concern (formerly Izhmash).[5] It is the newest derivative of the Russian AK-Pattern series of assault rifles.[6] Kalashnikov also offers the AK-12 in 7.62×39mm cartridge, designated as the AK-15.
The AK-12 project began in 2011 by the IZHMASH factory which became part of the Kalashnikov Concern as a private venture, in an attempt to participate in the “Ratnik” trials which were held by the Russian Army.[6] It was further developed by Kalashnikov Concern, and throughout its development and evaluation stage it has received multiple modifications to meet the Russian military's standard and to address the Russian Army’s concerns regarding the cost and issues in fully automatic fire of the earlier prototype models. It went through several revisions in order to improve upon the "range of defects" that were discovered on the earlier prototype models, which are derived from the AK-200 (Base Prototype). Though the prototype models that were based on the AK-200 were later abandoned in favor for the well proven and improved AK-400 (Base Prototype), which are now what the final production models of the AK-12 and AK-15 are based on.
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