For those of you having probs with the mouse when using the PKM you need to change the line in w_pkm.ltx control_inertion_factor = 5.0f to like control_inertion_factor = 1.5 or install my mod (shameless plug ;))
I got PKM from duty soliders when i wiped them for freedom. Damn thing is heavy.
Soul_purifier;4591679No kalishnikov refers to rifles such as the AK. Not MG such as the PKM.
Mikhail Kalashnikov is the creator of the AK series. the PKM was created by Mikhail and is a bulked up version of the AK-47 to be used as a SAW(Squad Assault weapon) and btw, 47 stands for 1947, the year the rifle was put into production. 47 has nothing to do with caliber or performance of the rifle. The AK-74, which shoots a 5.56 rather than the 7.62x39mm round, was put into production in 1974.
^^^^ ak 74 uses 5.45x39mm not 5.56mm
Truth. The AK-101 variant uses 5.56 rounds.
sasha;4607978^^^^ ak 74 uses 5.45x39mm not 5.56mm
im sorry, you are correct. i was thinking about M4 and M16 when i wrote that lol.
AK-47, AKS-74, AKM, RPD, RPK use 7.62x39mm AK-74, AKS-74, AKS-74U, RPK-74 use 5.45x39mm SVD, SVD-U, SVD-S, PKM use 7.62x54mm The RPD is an old outdated support automatic that is no longer in production. The PKM completely replaced that and in alot of cases squads will also have RPK on hand, as the RPK uses standard AK ammunition. The RPK can use any of the stanard mags an AK uses, again depending on ammo type. In most cases RPK utilize 30, 40 round mags or 75-round drum. The RPD and PKM are belt-feed only and have a box mag type that clips on to the underside of the receiver, like a SAW. As far as the AK-100 series (which range from AK-101, AK-103, AK-105, etc.) These depend on the actual model. They are all based on a AK-74 series body style for the most part. Some use 7.62x39mm and some use 5.45x39mm The AN-94 "Abakan / Nikorov project" is also based on the AK-74 for the most part but has some updates to it that make it unique and better compaired to the older AK-47 or 74. The rear peep sight is a dramatic improvement over the standard Kalashnikov "AK" style notch and post. The muzzle brake is much more effective and produces a quieter weapon report than the AK-74. It's barrel is also moveable, allowing it to better compensate for recoil. Because of this, it can fire in a specially designed 2-round burst mode. The rate of fire and moveable barrel allow the shooter to get off 2-round burst quickly, yet due to the rate of fire and moveable barrel system, the shooter only takes about the same amout of reoil from the 2-round bust as they normally would from a single round shot. Allowing for much better burst shot accuracy. It also has a slightly higher rate of fire then the older AK-74 series. But it too uses 5.45x39mm The Groza (OTs-14) series is based on the AK-74 as well but uses a compact bullpup design. There are 4 varients of the Groza. 2 of the verisons accecpt standard AK74 mags and use 7.62x39mm. The other 2 versions use 9x39mm. The PP-19 Bizon is based on the AK-74. The Bizon is basically a 9mm version of the AKS-74U "Krinkov". The Bizon was designed for light-weight effective automatic fire for Police and Security use. The Bizon has a unique magazine that has a long tubular shape and can hold up to 64 rounds. The Bizon uses a wide range of ammo. Depending on the mag and feed system. It can use 9x17mm Browning Short (.380 ACP), 9x18mm Makarov, 9x19mm Parabellum, as well as 7.62x25 Tokarev ammunitions. The Bizon is basically a Russian version of an MP5. Single & Full auto select, compact, uses pistol rounds. Very low wieght and recoil. Only has a short 150 - 250 meter effective range, depending on ammo type. Makes it ideal for Police use.
usless rifle you use to cash in....for money