One Girl Verse multiple pieces! This young lady shows off that she knows her way around an arsenal!
It’s an impressive display. This young woman shoots with nearly military precision not one gun but many. Specifically, the M70 ab2 (yugo AK47), Benelli M3 super 90, Mosin Nagant, Beretta 92 stock, Thompson M1A1 and HK MR308. Her grin at the end says it all! Take a look.
The Soviets soon developed the 7.62×39mm M43 cartridge, the semi-automatic SKS carbine and the RPD light machine gun. Shortly after World War II, the Soviets developed the AK-47 assault rifle, which would quickly replace the SKS in Soviet service. In the 1960s, the Soviets introduced the RPK light machine gun, an AK-47 type weapon with a stronger receiver, a longer heavy barrel, and a bipod, that would eventually replace the RPD light machine gun.
A Type 2 AK-47, the first machined receiver variation
Mikhail Kalashnikov began his career as a weapon designer in 1941, while recuperating from a shoulder wound which he received during the Battle of Bryansk. Kalashnikov himself stated…”I was in the hospital, and a soldier in the bed beside me asked: ‘Why do our soldiers have only one rifle for two or three of our men, when the Germans have automatics?’ So I designed one. I was a soldier, and I created a machine gun for a soldier. It was called an Avtomat Kalashnikova, the automatic weapon of Kalashnikov—AK—and it carried the date of its first manufacture, 1947.”