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AK-103 with AKM style wood furnishings, similar to the one seen in Spec Ops: The Line
AK-104 with converted synthetic AK-74
stock and Bulgarian "waffle" pattern magazine - 7.62x39mm
AK-105 with an attached PBS-1 silencer and PK-A scope - 5.45x39mm
AK-105 with Zenitco furniture - 5.45x39mm
A modified AK-107 prepared for "Ratnik" program - 5.45x39mm
Customized AK-105 "Alpha AK" - 5.45x39mm. "Alpha AK" is a generic term for Russian-made custom AK-pattern rifles in use by Russian special forces, such as the Alpha Group. They are typically built from AK-105 and AK-104 carbines, and feature Picatinny rails and attached tactical devices. The term was introduced and popularized in a viral video produced by retired Delta Force operator and internet personality Larry Vickers. This particular Alpha AK was a real Russian custom AK photographed by Larry Vickers.
Saiga MK-107 - .223 Remington. Semi-auto target rifle, based on AK-107. The final version of MK-107 is released under the name Kalashnikov SR1.
Kalashnikov TG-2 - .366 TKM. A civilian semi-automatic version of the AK-103.
Kalashnikov USA KR-103 - 7.62x39mm. A US-made civilian semi-automatic version of the AK-103.
Non-Russian AK-100 Series Replicas
TSS AK-103 self-loading carbine - 7.62x39mm
AK-200 - 5.45x39mm. This is an improved variant of the AK-100 series, and is not to be confused with the early AK-12
prototype of the same name.
CYMA CM031D AK104 airsoft
AK-103 with side-mounted RIS rail & AK-74
style stock, handguard, and pistol grip as seen in Far Cry 3
Full-sized 5.56x45mm NATO AK-107 variant.
Full-sized 7.62x39mm AK-107 variant.