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AK-12SP and AK-12SPK New Rifles For Russian Special Forces (1) AK-12 Special Forces First 8,000 AK-12 Rifles Are Issued To Central Military District of Russian Armed Forces (2) AK-12 Special Forces AK-12 Meltdown First 8,000 AK-12 Rifles Are Issued To Central Military District of Russian Armed Forces (1) АК TR3 - The Civilian Version of AK-12 and AK-15 Rifles (3) Kalashnikov Concern Sells Deactivated AK-12 Rifles to Civilians (1) AK-12 Rifles Shown at 2019 Moscow Victory Day Parade (1) Kalashnikov to Make Civilian AK-12s called SAIGA-AK12 (5) Improvements and New Features of AK-12 and AK-15 Rifles (1) Armenia to Start Licensed Manufacturing of AK-12 and AK-15 Rifles (660)

BREAKING: Russian Army Adopts AK-12, AK-15, AEK-971, and AEK-973 Rifles for Military Service (For Real This Time)

The Russian Defense Ministry has made a decision regarding its next infantry rifle: It will adopt everything, it seems. Not only will Russian Army forces receive the improved 5.45x39mm AK-12 (the new AK-12, not the different previous version), and the 7.62x39mm AK-15, [Read More…]

[ARMY-2017] Other Kalashnikov Concern News: AK-12K and AK-15K, Airsoft Guns, Scopes, Boats and Bikes

As you can see from our recent articles, Kalashnikov Concern has introduced a number of new products during the ARMY-2017 exhibition. Besides the firearms which we wrote about in separate articles, there were many other new products that are either not entirely small [Read More…]

Russia Begins Issuing AK-12 & 100,000 “Ratnik” (Upgrade) kits to its Land Forces and develops “Ratnik-3” (Future Soldier)

According to RIA Novosti and TASS (Russian news agencies) Land Forces of Russian Federation started issuing “Ratnik” (Warrior) kits to the troops. As covered earlier on TFB, Ratnik includes a number of upgrades to existing weapons and gear, as well as new equipment. [Read More…]

BREAKING: Kalashnikov Concern Discontinues AK-12, Replaces It with… The New AK-12!

The AK-12 is dead. Long live the AK-12! That’s the song Kalashnikov Concern is singing this week at the recent ARMY 2016 expo in Moscow, Russia. The radical AK-12 prototypes that have dominated Kalashnikov’s press over the past two years are gone, replaced [Read More…]