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N-PAP AK
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Published on Mar 12, 2016
Shooting and discussing the Serbian N-PAP AK. (As you can see from the video, this was before our new camera and mic.)
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It's like firing a coffee cans full of bolts. Low maintenance and plenty of firepower. Not as accurate as an AR because of muzzle creep, but they usually go bang unless they are completely worn out.

As stated in the video, quality varies with the thickness of the receiver stamping. So does weight. I learned I prefer a lighter VZ which actually has a milled receiver, but there is not a more popular rifle in the world than an AK.
 

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Milled receivers are better because they don't fatigue as easily and hold their tolerances longer.