A little comparison, but mostly just some fun shooting two of the most popular military and civilian firearms available on the planet! I really like them both!
Note: This video gets a lot of antagonistic comments, as do most AK videos. My references to the Soviet Union and such are based on what was going on back in the 60's, 70's, & even '80s. Through 30 or 40 years of my life, the Soviet Union was no place anybody I know wanted to live; in fact, it seemed that anybody who had a chance to do it was defecting to the United States, or even other countries. Guess they just didn't quite see it as "Paradise." :-) I know things have changed there since then.
Since this topic can bring out the "ballistics bigotry" in some people, my finger is on the "Remove" button and ready to work overtime! :-) Be good.
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Sincerely, wish I could speak personally with all of you, or at least on line, and answer any question you might have, but the time and numbers prevent that.
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