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How Many Different AK-47s Are There?

Charlie Gao Security, North America There are many different variants. Here are a few. The AK is one of the most widely copied weapons in the world. Due to liberal granting of licenses to manufacture, many countries in the Warsaw Pact and around the world produced their own versions of the AK. While most of these were simple derivations of the original design with few notable features of their own, some stand head and shoulders above the rest.
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