Mutants, fire! Rifle CMMG Mk47 Mutant: Union of Engineers and Women


CMMG Mk47 Mutant K with removed butt


You can't live without women
In the world, no!
You are our happiness
As the poet said!
It's hard to keep my word
And I fall in love again
In you every time
Just an hour!
Operetta "Silva". Bonnie couplets


Weapon and firms. Modern business, including weapons- This is a very complicated matter. For example, you are an excellent engineer, you can significantly improve any design (and improved!), But no one buys your products. And why? Yes, because you yourself, tired of sitting at the monitor, are trying to sell it. Call wholesalers, weapons stores, and you are denied everywhere. You are completely perplexed, but the whole thing is that you have an unpleasant timbre of voice, too harsh, for example, and you just don’t know how to raise objections. They did not teach you this, an engineer, that's all. But here you have found a clever adviser, advised you not to be greedy, not to try to do everything yourself, but to hire an intelligent specialist to remove objections. Plus one more - for public relations, and the blonde, so that the legs from the shoulders and in a red suit, with a skirt like “don’t drop anything, but drop it, don’t lift it”, and besides, in red underwear it’s also capable of when necessary, drop something. He did all this, and things went smoothly. Journalists began to write about him well. Wholesalers - to place orders, and there the critics' reviews arrived in time: the goods were indeed good, that’s what’s important. That's how this engineer’s business went. And it happens that women give smart advice to engineers - and thus arms companies achieve success!

So with the American company CMMG everything happened exactly the same. It was founded in 2002, when the brothers John and Jeff Overstreet, together with their wives Gretchen and Stephanie (that is, two consanguineous couples!) Decided to create a high-quality AR rifle, which everyone can afford at a price. Men took up technology, and their wives engaged in building useful relationships. All decisions regarding new products were discussed and taken together, the opinions of the wives were not ignored, but were considered quite seriously. And here is the result: since then, the situation with the production and marketing of the company's products has become better day by day! They themselves write wonderful things about themselves, to learn a lot from them:

“Despite the fact that our business continues to develop successfully, one thing does not change - our obligation to meet every morning to pray for the gift of God's wisdom in order to cope with the enormous responsibility that is imposed by business. We swear that it is thanks to his mercy that we grow every year! CMMG is constantly looking for new ways to improve its products and the company as a whole. Both our customer service and product line are still unparalleled. (What a wonderful statement, isn’t it ?! We only have comparative advertising prohibited! - Approx. Author.) All our rifles and parts for firearms are made in the United States from the best materials. CMMG guarantees the absence of defects throughout the entire product life cycle. In the event of a breakdown or defect, CMMG Inc. Repair or replace any of our products immediately. ”



CMMG Mk47 Mutant in the version with a chrome barrel of maximum length, mounted butt and collimator sight. The rifle has the usual mechanical sights, but they are made folding

It would seem that in the United States only the lazy do not produce rifles, “arches” (AR), which, incidentally, could be seen on the materials of previous publications (see the collection of links at the end of the article). They also began to be made in Germany, in Italy. But it was CMMG that approached their release very creatively, incorporating the Mk47 Mutant rifle - a semi-automatic 7,62 × 39 mm caliber rifle under the Russian Kalashnikov assault rifle in the line of samples. Moreover, it can work with all types of magazines for 7,62 mm cartridges, including steel, polymer and drum.

The start of production of the Mk47 was publicly announced in 2014. And already in 2015, CMMG released its first production Mk47 for sale throughout the United States. In the brochure it was written that this rifle "is distinguished by the endurance of the 47th AK, ergonomics of the AR-15 and high accuracy of fire." On the VO pages you can read about the family of small arms under the general name Banshees (Kirill Ryabov, "Rifles and pistols of the CMMG Banshee family"), however, Mk47 does not belong to this family.

According to CMMG Production Manager Tyson Bradshaw, CMMG

“Made this rifle because of the need to give consumers a reliable American-made rifle that could properly use 7,62x39 mm cartridges. That is, the CMMG needed to “make” a rifle around this caliber, fitting all its technical solutions precisely to the characteristics of this cartridge. To use AK stores was an obvious decision, as they are known to be one of the most reliable and affordable in the world, which work perfectly with a cartridge with a conical sleeve. ”

Well, it's nice to read this, however, no one ever denies our merits in creating weapons. We still have problems with some other devices, but this is a matter of time. After all, how many years have they had a market and how much has it been with us ?!


Shooting from Mk47 with AKM plastic magazine

At the SHOT Show 2015, CMMG representatives announced the possibility of making a variant of the same rifle and based on a 5,45 × 39 mm caliber cartridge.

So, what is the Mk47 Mutant, this hybrid of “Kalashnikov” and the American “arch”? First of all, this rifle has an enlarged receiver, since it is intended for the shutter from the AR-10 rifle, the shutter handle is also larger, and its upper and lower receivers are made of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy.

The rifle has a pistol grip taken from the AR-15, a fuse, a standard-type trigger from the same rifle, and a buffer tube with a spring. The Mk47 has a gas engine based on direct exhaust of gases into the receiver. Outwardly, however, the “Mutant” noticeably differs from both the AR-10 and the AR-15, primarily in the absence of a store mine. After all, she is not on the Kalashnikov’s, and here the creators of the new rifle had to do without her.

Mutants, fire! Rifle CMMG Mk47 Mutant: Union of Engineers and Women
Mk47 shooting with drum magazine and silencer

However, this did not affect the stiffness of the magazine fastening. And its significantly curved shape immediately catches the eye, despite the fact that her fore-end is traditionally American - octagonal, with perforation on all six sides of it. The upper surface of the forend is a continuous Picatinny plate, on which you can install a whole arsenal of all kinds of sights.


Other products of the company: interchangeable barrel blocks and upper receivers for a wide variety of ammunition

It would be strange if the CMMG did not immediately begin to produce the most diverse versions of this rifle. Today, the pistol version of the CMMG Mk47K with a barrel length of 254 mm with a conical profile, a Magpul pistol grip and a single-action trigger from CMMG is known.

CMMG Mk47 K, the Short-Rifle variant - the same characteristics as the K-pistol, but only with the addition of the Magpul CTR stock.

CMMG Mk47 Mutant AKM. It has a barrel length of 408 mm with a muzzle brake, and everything else - as with previous models.

CMMG Mk47 Mutant AKM CA, Carabiner. It has a barrel length of 456 mm mid-conical profile with a muzzle brake and a single-action trigger from CMMG.

CMMG Mk47 Mutant AKM 2 CA. It has the same characteristics as AKM CA, but is equipped with a different trigger.

CMMG Mk47 Mutant T CA. It features a 6-position folding stock A4 and pistol grip A2.


CMMG Mk47 AKS8. Released in 2016, can be used in configuration with 203 mm barrel and Krink muzzle device

CMMG Mk47 AKS13. Released in 2016, it has a 332 mm barrel and a Krink muzzle device.

The Mk47 passed several reliability tests and successfully passed all of them. So we can say that this company was completely successful with this weapon.


Attempts to create effective weapons under Soviet ammunition in the West were constantly made. For example, the Swiss SG 510-3 assault rifle is chambered for Soviet-made 7,62x39 mm caliber cartridge, designed for the competition for a new assault rifle for the Finnish army and produced in a small series

By the way, the weight of a discharged rifle does not even reach 3,5 kg! Among the features of its design is also the shutter from AR-10, which was shortened to a length of 203 mm, but made massive, which positively affected its strength.


One of the new models based on the "Mutant" - rifle "Black Diamond" DB15. 460 mm chromed barrel, 7075 T6 aluminum alloy lower and upper receivers


Shortened version DB15, 7,62x39 mm, barrel 178 mm long, Magpul handle, receiver made standard for AR-15, but compatible with AK stores

As already noted, the store acceptor works with all standard stores from AK. This is a huge plus, because these stores are simple, world famous and widely available. The standard method of recharging also migrated to the MK47 with AK. As standard, the rifle comes with one Magpul magazine for 30 rounds and ... a lifetime guarantee of quality! Trunk "freely posted" with 10 rifling.


Fire leads a "mutant"!

Due to the high accuracy and destructive power of the Soviet cartridge Mk47, according to representatives of the company CMMG Inc.,

"... is an ideal multi-functional rifle that will find application in many areas."

Well, the market is a market, let's see how things go for this company of two men and two women!
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  1. Operator 23 March 2020 18: 27 New
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    Shooting accuracy of 7,62x39 mm gross cartridges (but there are no others) - plus or minus the bast, and even burning dust from domestic gunpowder will immediately clog the gas chamber in the AR16 shutter frame (which already happened in Vietnam in the 1960s immediately after adoption M16 in service).

    Therefore, the CMMG Mk47 Mutant will not take off.
    1. Zaurbek 23 March 2020 18: 59 New
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      Maybe there are Finnish or Polish or Czech cartridges ...
      1. Operator 23 March 2020 20: 03 New
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        So they are also gross, so it makes no sense to make weapons under a direct gas drive in a caliber of 7,62x39 mm.
    2. IL-64 23 March 2020 20: 29 New
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      May I ask a question, Mr. Teacher? * pulls a hand *
      And how and who in Vietnam from M-16 under the 5.56x45 cartridge managed to shoot the Soviet 7.62x39 cartridge? I don’t even ask about the source of knowledge about the crappy accuracy of the “gross cartridge”.
      1. Operator 23 March 2020 21: 26 New
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        Quote: IL-64
        how and who in Vietnam from M-16 chambered for 5.56x45 managed to shoot the Soviet 7.62x39 cartridge?

        "But how, Holmes?" (WITH) laughing
        1. IL-64 23 March 2020 21: 36 New
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          But first, experts gave him the pros repeat
          1. Operator 23 March 2020 21: 41 New
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            And then iksperdy minuses bully
      2. Mik13 23 March 2020 22: 16 New
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        Quote: IL-64
        And how and who in Vietnam from M-16 under the 5.56x45 cartridge managed to shoot the Soviet 7.62x39 cartridge?

        I will allow myself to answer instead of Andrei.
        Once upon a time, when the "black rifle" was still young, dear gentlemen from the US Department of Defense decided to save money and replaced the gunpowder in the cartridge, without informing the manufacturer of the rifle. And bоMost of the problems of the M-16 in Vietnam are precisely because the rifle did not work with the gunpowder it was designed for. After a grand scandal with the search for the guilty and the punishment of those not involved, the problem was somehow solved, but the reputation of the rifle had already irreparably deteriorated by that time.
        1. IL-64 24 March 2020 13: 59 New
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          I carefully read what was written. Namely: .... and even the burnout from domestic gunpowder will immediately clog the gas chamber in the shutter frame ala AR16 (which had already happened in Vietnam in the 1960s immediately after taking the M16 into service). "
          That is, the gas chamber of the arches was clogged by cinder from the combustion of domestic (made in USSR) gunpowder. Gunpowder could get into the arch only with a Soviet cartridge. Perhaps something else was meant, but what is written is written.
      3. Mik13 23 March 2020 22: 20 New
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        Quote: IL-64
        I don’t even ask about the source of knowledge about the crappy accuracy of the “gross cartridge”.

        Alas, this is an unfortunate fact. Commonly known to those who use these cartridges.
        Firstly, gross cartridge accuracy is not needed.
        And secondly, in Russia (as well as in other countries of the former USSR, who still retained production) there are very big problems with the quality of gunpowders. Namely, problems with the size and shape of the grain (oddly enough, this VERY affects the accuracy) and problems with the uniformity of the chemical composition even in one batch.
        1. IL-64 24 March 2020 14: 17 New
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          Nicely.
          1. Shaft cartridge does not need accuracy.
          2. The accuracy of the gross cartridge is poor due to poor gunpowder.
          Question. Does this mean that the gross army cartridge in the Russian Federation does not meet its purpose (use in mass army weapons)? Or is it appropriate? Or does it not, because it cannot be used where special cartridges are to be used? Or are there few special cartridges and instead they have to use gross, which is not very special for special purposes and therefore, increased requirements for the gross cartridge are needed?
          1. Mik13 24 March 2020 15: 48 New
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            Quote: IL-64
            Nicely.

            For some reason, it seemed to me that the people here were mostly military, and there was no need to explain obvious things. I am too lazy to present in the comments material of a volume on a decent article ... So I will be extremely brief. So:
            Quote: IL-64
            1. Shaft cartridge does not need accuracy.
            - Gross cartridge 7.62x39 originally from the 1950s. Like the lines for its production. Moreover, the gross cartridge is only one part of the armament complex. Other components of this complex are the weapon itself and its users.
            All of these elements should provide approximately the same level. It makes no sense to equip a mass conscript army with high-precision weapons if the level of user skills does not allow it to be realized. AKM is unusually reliable in its design features - but the design scheme that provides this reliability is also the reason for the low accuracy of the weapon. He simply does not need high-quality cartridges, just as a tractor does not need 100 octane unleaded gasoline.

            If we consider the M-16 - then we see another principle of building a complex of weapons. This is an accurate but unreliable weapon. And it’s accurate precisely because it is unreliable. Moreover, when trying to use cheap gunpowder (American-made) on it, this rake has already entered. And that is why the idea of ​​adapting this scheme to the cartridge 7.62x39 looks strange. This cartridge does not allow to reveal the full potential of the weapon in accuracy, and at the same time it will create reliability problems, which the M-16 already has. Anyway, that refueling an expensive sports car with B-70 gasoline from the tractor (or whatever the tractor goes there, I don’t know a bit).
            1. IL-64 24 March 2020 17: 05 New
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              Sorry, I did not discuss the comparison of AK, at least 7.62, at least 5.56 with M16. I was surprised by the arguments about the cartridge. The difference in the accuracy of both types of weapons (and not at all exactly, because the weapons may not be accurate, but very heapy) is determined primarily by their construct, which is as boring to discuss as a shortage of buckwheat or toilet paper. Since soon from the cartridge, the topic of which I did not start, you always go to arms, then I see no reason to continue the dialogue. All the best.
            2. Dmitry V. 25 March 2020 11: 30 New
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              Quote: Mik13
              He just doesn’t need high-quality cartridges,


              High-quality, not high-quality, high-quality - these are all unscientific concepts.

              "Collect" 300-350 meters into a target the size of a head? - That means enough accuracy.

              Here is the table of firing from the machine:

              From AK-74 to 300 m, it was easy to assemble a series into the head of a thoracic target without optics. - means 0,33 is a sufficient parameter.
      4. Mastrer 23 March 2020 22: 28 New
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        Umm. I don’t seem to understand one, but how will 7.62 get into the trunk for 5.56 !? There's 2 mm difference, it just won't fit ...

        Although if 5.56 is developed by the patented nigga method ...
      5. Mister X 24 March 2020 16: 54 New
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        Quote: IL-64
        And how and who in Vietnam from M-16 chambered for 5.56x45 managed to shoot the Soviet cartridge 7.62x39

        Where did you get such data?
        In Vietnam, the M-16s were only under the 5.56x45 NATO cartridge.
        Many years later, on the basis of rifles of the AR family, they began to develop weapons adapted for Soviet cartridges.
        There were even replaceable kits (barrel, bolt, store), etc. for one bolt box.
        It turned out the designer Lego, who shot the cartridges that were available.
    3. Mister X 23 March 2020 22: 24 New
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      Quote: Operator
      Mutant won't take off.

      hi
      Born to shoot - cannot fly. Like the SA80, which I mentioned the other day ...
      moreover, the blonde, so that the legs from the shoulders and in a red suit, with a skirt like "don’t drop anything
      The author: Vyacheslav Shpakovsky

      The hand of the master painted female charms!
      What do you think,
      why the author did not publish photos of these beauties? wink
      1. dokusib 24 March 2020 07: 01 New
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        Because this beauty in red that he painted lives only in his sore imagination.
        1. Mister X 24 March 2020 10: 09 New
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          Quote: dokusib
          Because this beauty in red that he painted lives only in his sore imagination.

          Perhaps you are right.
          I was looking for a photo of the beauties for about 15 minutes, but could not find it.
          And I can search ...
          1. kalibr 24 March 2020 11: 39 New
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            Quote: Mister X
            And I can search ...

            Apparently still not quite. Here is a photo from the web found
            in 10 seconds
            1. Mister X 24 March 2020 11: 43 New
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              Quote: kalibr
              Here is a photo from the web found in 10 seconds.

              There is doubt that this beauty is related to CMMG.
              https://www.respublika-nn.ru/arendatory/magaziny/odezhda/zhenskaya-odezhda/SalmiMarytessa
              1. kalibr 24 March 2020 11: 44 New
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                She has no relation to the company, this is understandable. But the company also employs the wives of its two creators, and the speech, as applied to red suits, was not about them at all.
                1. Mister X 24 March 2020 11: 57 New
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                  But the company also has the wives of its two creators, and the speech, as applied to red suits, was not at all about them.

                  The author so beautifully described the blonde in red that I was curious to look at her, since the photo is missing.
                  Quote: kalibr
                  But the company also employs the wives of its two creators

                  Are there few family-owned enterprises in the world?
            2. Operator 24 March 2020 11: 59 New
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              Skirt length does not match - allows bending laughing
    4. KEX
      KEX 23 March 2020 23: 07 New
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      oh well, it flies .... this is far from the first mutant for this cartridge ... here nobody has tried AKshny magazines before, in my opinion ... And about the cartridge you are in vain ..., a good cartridge
    5. Mikhalych 24 March 2020 10: 34 New
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      I served in the UGV (Szekesfehervar) in the years 1969-1971 in intelligence. It had an AKM submachine gun chambered for 7.62x39 mm. Perfectly hit targets at 150 and 300m, including a gas mask. So there is no need for "crying Yaroslavna" about bad cartridges. The machine itself, I suppose, I’ve only seen in kin?
      tongue
      And the M16 rifles in Vietnam were clogged with American, not Soviet, gunpowder.
      wassat
    6. Mikhalych 24 March 2020 10: 37 New
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      I served in the UGV (Szekesfehervar) in the years 1969-1971 in intelligence. It had an AKM submachine gun chambered for 7.62x39 mm. Perfectly hit targets at 150 and 300m, including a gas mask. So there is no need for "crying Yaroslavna" about bad cartridges. That machine itself, I suppose, has only seen in a movie?
      tongue
      And the M16 rifles in Vietnam were clogged with American, not Soviet, gunpowder.
      wassat
      1. KEX
        KEX 5 May 2020 13: 45 New
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        Yes sir. comrade described everything pralno! After the Vietnam, the United States improved the production of its .223 until that moment it had problems with the gas engine (more precisely, with its own cocktail from the gee cocktail in the gas system).

        with regards to cartridges 7.62x39 - a good gross cartridge (by the way there are modifications of various manufacturers for various purposes and oh.obbb bb-zh. tr. pov exact. subsonic for firing with PBS - everything is there - it works and shoots satisfying the needs in accordance with the purpose is nothing worse than Amer’s standards) ... and the Mutants finally get this cartridge at times (even with different weights) and don’t know any problems with the automation (of course, you need to clean more often than AK, and reliability is less than AK -dyk is with any cartridges )
    7. Michael HORNET April 11 2020 20: 42 New
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      Barnaul has no special burning, it will work normally. In addition, you are under the hypnosis of propagandists - if AR is not “strangled”, everything is in order with reliability. Although it would still be more reasonable to make a system with a short piston stroke "from SVD" ("gas-piston").
      But it should be noted that “First of all, this rifle has an enlarged receiver, because it is intended for the shutter from the AR-10 rifle” is made very competently and used as a base shortened AR-10, which will allow you to have a resource of tens of thousands of shots, since on the basis of the Ar-15, it breaks very quickly (the dimensionality of the parts does not allow).
      In general, the competent adaptation of the Arch for the AK store, well, the gas-piston engine and the lightweight titanium carrier from the GK Company can be delivered separately)
      1. Operator April 11 2020 20: 57 New
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        The direct gas drive M16 works only on gunpowder with a minimum of solid particles in the powder gas, otherwise the cavity inside the shutter frame will coke at the expense of times. Barnaul does not apply to such gunpowders.

        And the use of a side gas engine on all modern models of HP, FN and Sig Sauer machines indicates that it is undesirable to take risks even with their gunpowder.
        1. Michael HORNET 21 June 2020 12: 36 New
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          MILLIONS of shots from the AR-15, on sports fields, were made by the Barnaul production cartridges, and there are no global problems
          So in 7.62 the Barnaul cartridges will work normally
  2. Serg4545 23 March 2020 18: 58 New
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    The weapon is clearly not practical.
    See how in the pictures the arrows are trying to hold on to the forearm!
    Obviously terribly uncomfortable !!
    1. Prisoner 23 March 2020 19: 45 New
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      Also drew attention. Having a palm not with a shovel can not do without an extra handle. hi
    2. Tamer 23 March 2020 21: 12 New
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      Quite usually they hold on to the fore-end)) To whom it is convenient. Watch a video of how athletes hold during 3-gun competitions, and "commercials" from military countries-operators of AR-systems.
    3. tracer 25 May 2020 05: 36 New
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      This fashion is like cool cool. Black robbers hold like a gun sideways.
  3. Jager 23 March 2020 19: 49 New
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    Of the entire article, the true Mutant is the fruit of gloomy Swiss gunsmiths.
  4. Undecim 23 March 2020 19: 51 New
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    Quote: Operator
    Firing accuracy of 7,62x39 mm gross cartridges (but there are no others)

    Why give out such an ignorant opinion with such an aplomb?
    These cartridges are produced by dozens of companies around the world, including in the United States.
  5. Prisoner 23 March 2020 19: 53 New
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    Paraphrasing the famous phrase "scratch the" mutant "- you will find" Kalash "".
  6. Undecim 23 March 2020 21: 17 New
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    Plus one more - for public relations, and the blonde, so that the legs from the shoulders and in a red suit, with a skirt like "don’t drop anything, but drop it, don’t lift it", and besides, in red underwear it’s also capable of when necessary, drop something.
    And it is possible without legs from the shoulders, and not a blonde, and not to look under her skirt. But with a head. The effect can be much larger.

    The woman in the photo is Marilyn Hewson, President and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corporation with a net income of $ 5. It is unlikely that she went up to this step "dropping something."
    1. kalibr 23 March 2020 21: 31 New
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      The president and the JI specialist are different things and their “uniforms” are different.
      1. Undecim 23 March 2020 21: 35 New
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        The arms business is a specific process, serious people are engaged in it and the demonstration of sirloin parts, even very appetizing and in red lingerie, does not affect them.
        1. kalibr 24 March 2020 07: 14 New
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          Quote: Undecim
          The arms business is a specific process, serious people are engaged in it and the demonstration of sirloin parts, even very appetizing and in red lingerie, does not affect them.

          Affects everyone. Although to varying degrees. Serious people are also "men."
      2. Vladimir_2U 24 March 2020 11: 05 New
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        Today known pistol version CMMG Mk47K with a barrel length of 254 mm with a conical profile
        I apologize conical profile what?
        1. kalibr 24 March 2020 11: 35 New
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          Quote: Vladimir_2U
          with a barrel length of 254 mm with a conical profile
          1. Vladimir_2U 24 March 2020 11: 46 New
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            Those. is there a conical barrel? Will there be a “conical barrel” in Russian, is it only needed for a Kalashnikov cartridge for a coychurt, or maybe progressive rifling?
    2. Undecim 23 March 2020 22: 20 New
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      Oh, minus has appeared! Obviously, out of a feeling of envy, some individual posed, who, despite the toe of his pants, did not become anyone in this life.
  7. Foundling 24 March 2020 00: 34 New
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    I do not understand people who criticize the accuracy of 7,62x39. Barnaul lying with a snowdrift stably fit in 7 cm. Per 100 meters. I understand that there is nothing to brag about, because A little more than 2 minutes is obtained, but about 5 cm can be pulled out of the arch, i.e. a little less all the same 2 minutes. I see no reason for tantrums.
  8. Private-K 24 March 2020 11: 33 New
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    So I do not understand where is the photo of that blonde??? belay request
    The topic is not disclosed! am negative
    And in terms of weapons, the norms. smile
  9. Baron pardus 11 June 2020 21: 02 New
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    By the way, similar rifles, or rather the lower part of the receiver for them (lower receiver), are produced by Palmetto State Armory, known for its inexpensive, but very high-quality products. Here, by the way, I'm going to purchase. The barrel, of course, I will screw 20 inch. https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-gen2-ks47-complete-classic-lower-receiver.html. The problem is that the usual AR receiver is not suitable for banana-like AKM stores, and if so, there are problems with reliable nutrition. So the people spat and decided to do this.