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Introduction to AK-12

The Kalashnikov AK-12 (formerly АK-200) is the newest derivative of the Soviet/Russian AK-47 series of assault rifles and was proposed for possible general issue to the Russian Army. As of December 2014, the Russian military has adopted both the AK-12 and the AEK-971 for evaluation.

During development, the AK-12 prototype based on the AK-200 had semi-automatic, three-round burst and automatic firing modes, and was planned to use a variety of cartridges. However, the final production version unveiled in 2016 abandoned the AK-200-based prototype in favor of another version based on the AK-400, where the burst function was replaced by a two-round burst mode, and the only types of ammunition used are 5.45x39mm for the AK-12 and 7.62x39mm M43 for the AK-15 variant. The AK-12 has interchangeable barrels and Picatinny rails.

The prototype weapon was planned to have a modular design that could configured into different roles, even able to change its caliber by changing the barrel. Versions of these proposed alternate configurations were portrayed in Battlefield 4 as alternate weapons: RPK-12 (light machine gun), AKU-12 (carbine), SVD-12 (designated marksman rifle), and DBV-12 (shotgun).

Specifications

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  • Damage per shot: 7.3
  • Damage per second: 85.2
  • Caliber: 5.45x39 mm
  • Fire Rate: 700 rpm
  • Fire Mode: Semi - Full - III
  • Weight: 3.3 kg
  • Length: 945 mm
  • Muzzle Velocity: 880-900 m/s
  • Effective Range: 500–600 meters (547–656 yards)
  • Reload Speed: 2.3 sec

Attachments for Barrel

  • 5.45x39mm Silencer

Attachments for Optics

  • Trijicon ACOG
  • JPU HP 3-9x40 Scope
  • EOTech 512 A65
  • EOTech EXPS3-0 (Tan)
  • 8-18 Kobra Sight
  • Barska AR6 1-6x24
  • AImpoint Micro T-1 Sight
  • 15 MOA Reflex
  • Elcan Specter SFOV4-A1

Attachments for Under Barrel

  • Angled Grip
  • Bipod
  • Grip
  • Stubby Grip
  • Foregrip

Crafting

Gallery

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