KALASHNIKOV AK BETA SPETSNAZ AEG 550BBs 1.2J /C3
This compact replica is battery-powered and uses a magazine that can hold up to 550 pellets. The shortened nature of this rifle means it is more maneuverable and is therefore more adapted to tight spaces. This rifle also has a removable stock, granting it more versatility and a Picatinny rail enables the attachment of accessories (lasers, lamps, etc.). Delivered with two high-capacity magazines holding up to 550 pellets and an 8.4V NiMH battery and charger.
Born in 1919 in Russia, Mikhail Timofeecivh Kalashnikov has always been an engineering enthusiast. When he was just a boy, he worked as a mechanic in a tractor station and then as a rifle tester in a weapon factory, until he was drafted into the Red Army in 1938 as a tank crewman.
Injured in 1941, Mikhail Kalashnikov was put in convalescence, and he frequently heard soldiers complaining about reliability issues on their infantry weapons. He then created a new type of submachine gun, resulting in his being posted to a weapon design bureau. By 1947, his work resulted in the Avtomat Kalashnikova, abbreviated as AK. The “Kalashnikov” was born, and officially adopted by the Soviet Union in 1949.
A lot of models followed all praised for the same qualities: these guns are tough, reliable, easy to maintain and use, and most importantly, they are cheap. For these reasons, the AK became a favorite amongst guerilla fighters and countries in need of a simple but efficient assault rifle.
The Kalashnikov family is the biggest assault rifle group in the world, with more than 100 million units produced all over the globe, all variants combined.
Gun weight (in kg)2350
Power (in Joules)1.45
Firing modesFull auto, Sécurité, Semi-auto
Gun lenght (in mm)710
Inner barrel type
Inner barrel bore (in mm)6.08
Motor axisAxe court
Gerbox typeGearbox V3