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Turkish007
Turkish007 Feb 16 2014, 2:35pm says:

That is an AK mag, no?

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Feb 16 2014, 8:13pm replied:

North Korean 5.56 T88 mag (their copy of the AK74)

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Lt.Dann
Lt.Dann Mar 11 2014, 9:00pm replied:

That bullet right doesn't look like a 5.56

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Mar 19 2014, 9:31am replied:

It is- it may be a bit thicker than M16 rounds

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Lt.Dann
Lt.Dann Apr 5 2014, 12:14pm replied:

I've just never seen a 5.56 in a steel case, they've always been in a brass case. Oh well, those Koreans probably just make cheaper ones.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Apr 28 2014, 11:40pm replied:

Well I wouldn't assume that the North Koreans are that cheap with their equipment.

Although they're badly managed, the country spends almost all of its money on military preparedness. They have built some very interesting weapons systems, including a PKM that can be both belt and magazine fed.

In the western world we tend to underestimate our enemy's will and capability to fight. You'd be surprised what a couple of people hiding in Korea's mountains with rpgs and aks could do- especially with upgraded versions of these weapons...

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Lt.Dann
Lt.Dann Jul 21 2014, 2:51am replied:

I meant that steel cases, while mostly as reliable as brass, are a lot less expensive. The AK is cheap but it still has some features that have so far been unmatched. Simple, cheap, and efficient: I find these qualities more attractive than paying for the latest technology that are meant to replace the human's senses and instincts rather than enhance them.

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