Born in 1995 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Served in the Russian military in 2014 as a T-72B tank driver. Fired an AK-74M and an AKS-74U, also threw a live RGD-5 grenade. I want to move at a place where one can own a semi-auto AK and other rifles.
Things I've touched in the army
AK-74M - 5.45x39mm. It is surprisingly accurate, even a fat boy with glasses can hit some targets.
AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm. While it's much shorter than a full-sized AK, it is still somewhat heavy and bulky, especially for a tank driver. Also, at the shooting exercise, which is the same
as one for the AK-74 for some reason (army insensibility) it is almost impossible to hit anything due to shorter barrel, higher rate of fire, and higher recoil: the weapon has a completely different purpose.
PKT - 7.62x54mm R. Mounted coaxially on most Russian tanks. When field stripping one of those I managed to jam the bolt carrier so hard that it required an old Senior Sergeant to use his badass moustache to get it working.
NSVT - 12.7x108mm. Mounted at the commander's hatch on most Russian tanks. Not a fun thing to carry around, even when you carry only half of it.
URG F-1 practice grenade. They indeed look that bad.
RGD-5 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade.
Air gun replicas I own
Luger P08 with black grips - 9x19mm. Gletcher Parabellum is an authentic air replica with blowback imitation.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov. Gletcher PM 1951 is a somewhat crude air replica with blowback imitation. It has a notably thicker trigger guard, longer grip, and magazine with bulges reminiscent of the PMM double-stacks.
Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP. Gletcher CLT 1911 is an authentic air replica with blowback imitation.
Nagant mle 1895 - 7.62x38R Nagant. Gletcher NGT R is an authentic air replica.