I have some old Remington pump shotgun that I don't even know the model. My dad owned it when he was my age and it still shoots perfectly.
I have this tube that has hairspray at one end and a potato next to it.
I've found some one who makes a tactical AK look cool O_0!?!?!?!
Pointman from F.E.A.R 3
wow, talk about the stormtrooper marksmanship academy. These guys must've graduated top of their class.
Tacticool AK = never cool
It might be because its being weilded by Pointman who's the bastard child of Chuck Norris and Inspector Tequila from Hard Boiled
He looks like the gay singer of a death metal band...
Inspector tequila is the shit.
I am disappoint:
i'm... i dont even know what to say
There's something wrong with the sight on that second one.
I knew the 7.62 Masada existed but I had no idea I'd actually ever see it.
That's a Masada? I didn't even recognize it. I thought it was just a fucked up SCAR.
Nope, it's the ACR (notice the forward charging handle) with the AK 7.62 lower.
I'd rather just upgrade to the Magpul Massoud. 7.62 NATO for the win.
Another favorite of mine. Seriously if they made an airsoft version of that I would buy it, though I think they would have to make it a GBBR to work.
You should CNC one.
Or 3D print, w/e
It would need to be CNC machined. But I don't even fully understand how gas blow backs work, no less how to make one from scratch.
There's a difference from making a slide on kit that attaches to a rail compared to making all of the components of a working rifle. It takes an entire team to make a good product such as a rifle, not to mention time and resources as well. There's also a lot of R&D that needs to take place, and reworking parts or even redesigning them will always happen. Happens all the time at work.
3D printing individual small parts is relatively easy work, assuming those parts don't need to be made of metal and take a lot of abuse. Also keep in mind most 3D printers can only print in a volume of 8"x8"x10", and even then the cost of material gets pricey and the time it takes is long, to the point where machining it could be cheaper and faster depending on the geometry. 3D printers are ideal for making prototypes to be tested and their revisions, then for using that part in a mold. But even then a CNC machine might be able to make the mold better.
The RFB is mad hard to take down though - there's like seven different pins holding the gun together and is super complicated to put back together 'cause there's lots of small parts.
Or maybe just because I'm used to the AK platform?
Sounds like disassembling my CA M4 :sigh:
Can't be as hard as fully taking down a M14, that shits confusing.
Man I hate some people.
They rode the line of tacticool, and actually made it work IMO. Bravo to whoever's that is.
Im also partial to tan AKs I guess. vv
It's ugly to me
Looks good to me. If I ever got an AK again I might go for something along the lines of that. At least the red dot is at an acceptable height compared those overly high side mounted scope rails.
It looks decent. Acceptable compared to others.