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The AK74 was first majorly fielded in the Soviet Afghan campaign in 1978, and the 5.45×39 cartridge was quickly nicknamed the “poison bullet” by the Mujahideen. The cartridge showed great promise in the Warsaw pact for years after, but never gained a major following in the west.
How does the tiny 5.45 caliber projectile do at greater ranges? How does the Kalashnikov system work in its purest form? We find out.
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Ammunition used: Hornady 5.45×39 60gr V-Max Projectiles
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150y – 137m
200y – 182m
250y – 229m
300y – 274m
350y – 320m
400y – 366m
450y – 411m
500y – 457m
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The hosts Henry and Josh started shooting from humble backgrounds, and families that had no foundation in the shooting sports or firearms. Through their journey in shooting sports, they have both developed extremely different backgrounds that compliment each other with perspectives in historical firearms development, employment, rifle performance, munitions development, firearms manipulation, and publications.
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