The AK 47 Softair - The symbol of resistance.
The name AK 47 Kalashnikov is not only familiar to everyone who has anything to do with weapons, but it is a well-known brand worldwide and an often feared symbol. The AK 47 softair variant represents by far the most widespread handgun in the world. The 47 in the name points to the year 1947, when production began. It is the standard rifle of countless armies and became the model for all subsequent weapons of the assault rifle or machine gun genre in its homeland of the Soviet Union, now Russia.
The symbolic power of this weapon becomes clear when its use is examined in more detail. For example, it has graced the likenesses of several revolutionary groups and is part of Zimbabwe's coat of arms, even appearing on the official flag of the southeast African country of Mozambique. Get that real revolutionary feeling in your own home with the AK 47 Softair gun.
The facts about the AK 47 Softair
Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov developed the weapon towards the end of World War II and designed with it an extremely easy-to-use, extremely effective and robust handgun. The AK 47 Softair assault rifle has been manufactured true to detail and features numerous metallic details for special durability in addition to the sturdy plastic jacket. Shoots 6 mm bullet rounds.
Features and numbers:
- Energy: up to 0.5 joules
- Free from: 14 years
- Weapon type: assault rifle, long gun
- Ammunition: 6 mm
- Drive: spring pressure
- Weight: about 2.14 kilograms
Weighing about 2 kilograms, it is easy to hold and allows for rapid firing. Traditionally, the AK is not necessarily one of the most accurate weapons and is often fired from the hip. However, it should be used adequately and with a correct firing position, nevertheless, decent shot patterns can be managed at medium and longer distances.
Timeless AK 47 Softair for hobby cellar
History buffs will immediately be able to list numerous conflicts and confrontations in which this weapon was used in military and especially paramilitary applications. As a collector's item, the AK 47 softair gun may even be the very first weapon you acquire. Along with the Israeli Uzi and the American Thompson Gun, it is one of the most famous weapons in the world and is ideal as an exhibit in a central location. Airsoft rifles and pistols are subject to less strict guidelines, but even as a decorative item, safety measures should always be observed, so please always position the weapons unloaded in the room.
If the AK 47 Softair is used more often and a few rounds are shot with it, an increased care factor is also part of careful handling. This rifle will probably still be in use somewhere in the world in 100 years. Thus, a piece of history manifests itself in this particularly well-known exhibit.
The AK 47 Softair rifle is approved for use from the age of 14. However, the carrying of the weapon is prohibited according to §42 WaffG.