1975 AK Bullpup Rifle
The 1975 AK Bullpup Assault Rifle is a semi-automatic rifle chambered for the 7.62x39mm cartridge. The 1975 AK Bullpup Rifle, while designed for sporting use, has as its design inspiration, the famous AK-47 rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov of Russia. Since 1947, when the AK-47 first entered Russian military service, over 30 million AK-47’s have been produced in countries around the world, attesting to the basic design’s durability and reliability.
The essential design of the AK-47(and thus your 1975 AK Bullpup Rifle although with some modifications) incorporates some of the best elements of previous, proven firearm designs. The double locking lugs, unlocking raceway, and trigger mechanism are clearly derived from the earlier American M1 Garand Rifle. The safety is surprisingly similar to the John Browning-designed Remington Model 8 rifle. The genius in Kalashnikov’s design is in the simplification of those contributing designs into a compact, reliable, and highly durable package adapted to mass production. The AK-47 can be seen as a fusion of the best the M1 Garand offered combined with certain aspects of the German StG44 assault rifle.
|1975 AK Bullpup Rifle|
The 1975 AK Bullpup Rifle is a highly-compact semi-automatic, gas-operated firearm with a detachable
box magazine. It is equipped with an adjustable rear sight, a post front sight and short synthetic buttstock. Its design, while reminiscent of the short, handy rifles used by crews in military armored vehicles, makes it ideal for use by campers and hunters needing a short, handy rifle for carry in a backpack into the field, and other users needing a compact firearm. This type of unique firearm, with the trigger set in front of (rather than behind) the firearm’s action (its moving parts) is referred to asa “bullpup” configuration. The forward placement of the trigger mechanism allows the great compactness.
Caliber: 7.62x39mm Type of Firearm: Semi-Automatic Rifle
Magazine Capacity: 30 rd. box mag. (may be lower in some jurisdictions due to local or state laws)
Overall Length: 28-inches Barrel length: 16-1/4 inches
Weight: 6-1/2 pounds Finish: Black
Sights: Front - post, Rear - twin peep aperture
Handguard material: Synthetic Pistol Grip: Synthetic.
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We specifically disclaim any responsibility for damage or injury whatsoever, incurring as a result of the use of faulty, non-standard or remanufactured ammunition, any modifications or changes made to the firearm; improper use or unsafe handling of the weapon. firearms and ammunition should be secured in a safe place, separate from each other. Remember to unload your firearm completely, so that there is no ammunition in the chamber or magazine. Before handling this or any firearm, or handing it to someone else, visually check the chamber, receiver and magazine to ensure they do not contain ammunition. Always keep the gun’s action open when not in use. Never assume a gun is unloaded - even if you were the last person to use it. Never cross a fence, climb a tree, wade through a stream, or perform any awkward movement with a loaded gun. When in doubt, unload your gun.
Be certain your shot will not injure someone or strike something beyond the target. Never fire in the direction
of noise, a movement, or at any object you cannot positively identify. Be aware that a .22 Short bullet can travel over 1-1/4 miles. A centerfire cartridge, such as the .30-06, can send its bullet over 3-miles. Shotgun pellets can travel 500-yards and a shotgun slug has a range of over a half-mile. Make sure your shot has a backstop such as a hillside. Keep in mind how far the bullet will travel if it misses your intended target.
Keeping the muzzle pointed away from your face and anything you do not intend to shoot, wait at least 20-seconds (to ensure that the ammunition is not delayed in firing) before carefully opening the action, unloading the firearm and disposing of the ammunition safely.