The AK-47 (Officially designated as "AK") is a selective-fire rifle, developed after the Second World War by Mikhail Kalashnikov, and introduced into the Red Army in 1949. It was based on the Sturmgewehr 44, the world's first assault rifle; used by Germany in World War 2. Since then, it has been superseded by the AKM and other assault rifles in the AK-family.
This firearm is iconic and remains widespread in the form of the succeeding AKM due to its durability, ease of use, and firepower.
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Name: Kalashnikov AK-47, officially known as AK.
Origin: Real Life
Age: First designed in 1946, entering service with the Soviet army in 1949. Remains in service to this day.
Classification: Selective-fire assault rifle
Prerequisites: Requires ammunition and a magazine, and a knowledgeable user.
Attack Potency: Street level (Firepower is over 2000 J), fires rounds at a cyclic rate of 600 rounds per minute, in combat, bursts can go up to 100 rounds per minute
Speed: Supersonic (Speed of bullets can go 710 m/s)
Wielders: Various military, security, and other types of forces all across the world
Range: Maximum effective range is up to 350 meters
Weaknesses: The AK suffered from recoil, though this was improved in the later AKM.