Reproduction of rifle, in metal and wood, with mechanism of simulation of charge and firing, parts
detachable and removable charger.
The AK-47, acronym for Automat Kalashnikova Model 1947, was designed in 1942 by Mikhail
Kalashnikov, a Russian fighter in World War II. The particularity of this rifle
is its cartridge reloading system, which uses the force of the combustion gases produced by
firing to facilitate the placement of a new cartridge in the chamber of the weapon and to expel the
bush already used. In addition, its curved magazine, which gives it greater capacity in a
smaller space, is also a hallmark