AK-74 Assault Rifle
Developed in 1974 by Russian weapon designer Mikhail Kalashnikov, the AK-74 was intended to replace the AKM. Used extensively by Soviet military during 1979 conflict in Afghanistan, the AK-74 has been widely adopted by countries of the former USSR, Europe and North Korea.
The Highgate Systems’ AK-74 model is a blank-firing simulated weapon that is an excellent representation of the actual AK-74 being used today.
MANUFACTURER: Kalashnikov Cerncern (Formerly Izhmash)
FIREARM LENGTH: 943 mm (37.1 in)
BARREL LENGTH: 15 mm (16.3 in)
COLOR: Brown & Black
ORIGIN: Soviet Union
MATERIALS: Wood & Steel
MANUFACTURE DATE: 1974
POPULAR FROM: 1974-present
REGIONALLY ALIGN FORCES APPLICATION: EUCOM, PACOM & CENTCOM