Shooting from the Hip: The Covert Krink Briefcase (AKS74U)

    Essentially the Soviet response to the H&K MP5 covert briefcase, the KGB invented this briefcase in response to a need to covertly carry an AKS74U while guarding high-level dignitaries. Unlike the MP5 briefcase, the AKSU case is designed so that it simply camouflages the rifle in plain sight, allowing a user to easily deploy the rifle by depressing a “trigger” which allows the briefcase to fall apart, leaving the rifle attached to a carrying handle that becomes part of the suitcase.

    This particular case came from Kyrgyzstan and is quite rare to find, even in modern-day Russia. In the United States, this is one of the few cases in existence.


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