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RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291397

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I see Mikhail Kalashnikov has died.

Whatever your thought's on weapons, he was an Engineering Design genius. The most widespread weapon on Earth and the most reliable. RIP Mikhail...
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Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291407

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Was he 'Loaded' when he died?

Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291408

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Killer guy

Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291411

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was he sick for a while, or did he go of a shot

Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291420

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well, it was easy for him to design AK47, all he had to do was copy the German STG44 of WW2, its almost the very same rifle so it is


not many people know that.
Last Edit: 11 months, 1 week ago by bull.

Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291427

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bull wrote:
well, it was easy for him to design AK47, all he had to do was copy the German STG44 of WW2, its almost the very same rifle so it is


not many people know that.




The AK47 followed similar design principles and used a similar round size, however the mechanics of the weapon are very different from the Stg44.
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Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291439

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Loggy wrote:
I see Mikhail Kalashnikov has died.

Whatever your thought's on weapons, he was an Engineering Design genius. The most widespread weapon on Earth and the most reliable. RIP Mikhail...
. Sorry old chap that went strait over my
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Murder polis.friggin guns .al !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291440

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RIP indeed.
Certainly a man of the right calibre.
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.I'll get my coat!

Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291451

Reminds me when saw an old Italian rifle advertised on Ebay ' great condition , never fired , dropped once ' . He he

Re: RIP Mikhail Kalashnikov 11 months, 1 week ago #291484

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Loggy wrote:
bull wrote:
well, it was easy for him to design AK47, all he had to do was copy the German STG44 of WW2, its almost the very same rifle so it is


not many people know that.




The AK47 followed similar design principles and used a similar round size, however the mechanics of the weapon are very different from the Stg44.



them just fancy words for saying he copied it

all the AK-47 really is,, is an upgraded STG-44
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