Public Database Entry
Once upon a time, in the second half of the 20th century, the world's most popular assault rifle was the AK-47 – also commonly known as the Kalashnikov, in honor of its inventor. Today, these rifles can only be found museums as their market niche was replaced by the Nokota Copperhead. This mass-produced assault rifle sticks to the basics of functionability and reliability. There's no finesse or ingenuity to fall in love with, but many people find its dependable stopping power an endearing trait. (CD Projekt RED, Cyberpunk 2077.)
Review from Gunner's Arsenal #17 (December 2019) // "The Hot Take: Guns of the Street" by Layla "Two-Two" Awad
The magazine spring is cheap and causes failures to feed. It's a bitch to modify, since it doesn't come with anything resembling rails: you'll need to use third-party stuff. It does still fire AR cartidges, and it's so light that children can shoot it, and, as a matter of fact, many do.