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Object: Kalashnikov AK47 - Soviet Union (Russian federation). Calibre 7.62mm
Description: The first of a series of weapons developed by the Soviets in 1946 after examining captured German assault rifles from WWII. The weapon is widely used by former eastern block countries, middle eastern, far eastern and African conflicts as well as by freedom fighters and terrorist groups alike.
Comments: Metal replica
Maker: Hudson
Age: Model -1980's
Size/Weight: 86.9cm/5.13kg

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Object: Kalashnikov AKM - Soviet Union (Russian federation). Calibre 7.62mm
Description: Later , mass produced version of the AK47 with many parts made from pressed steel for production simplicity and reduced weight. 
Comments: A plastic construction kit by Japanese model maker.
Maker: L&S
Age: Model -1980's
Size/Weight: 86.9cm/4kg

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Object: Kalashnikov AK74 - Soviet Union (Russian federation). Calibre 5.45mm
Description: Following the trend in the West, the latest variant has a reduced calibre and weight. It also has an efficient muzzle brake to reduce recoil. The magazine is plastic as standard.
Comments: Plastic "air-soft" construction kit
Maker: L&S (Japan)
Age: Model - late1980's
Size/Weight: 93.0cm/3.6kg

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Object: Steyr AUG-SA - Austria. Calibre 5.56mm
Description: The futuristic looking AUG is made using many synthetic components including the clear magazine allowing the firer to see at a glance how many rounds are left.. Modular construction also allowed the unit to be repaired quickly.
Comments: Plastic gas powered single and full auto "air soft" replica
Maker: Maruzen (Japan)
Age: Model -1990's
Size/Weight: 79 cm/4.1kg

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Object: Colt M16 (Armalite AR15) - USA Calibre 5.56mm
Description: The standard US assault weapon as carried by the GI since the Vietnam war until today. There are a number of variants and accessories that can be added to it including a Grenade launcher.
Comments: Metal single shot blank firing replica
Maker: Jager (Germany)
Age: Model -1990's
Size/Weight: 99.1cm/2.88kg

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Object: Colt Commando Cal. 5.56mm
Description: A more compact version of the M16 with extendable butt, shorter barrel and longer muzzle flash hider. Used by special forces in Vietnam
Comments: Plastic replica kit.
Maker: L&S (Japan)
Age: Model -1980's
Size/Weight: 78.7 cm/2.97kg

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Object: Colt Commando Cal. 5.56mm
Description: As above
Comments: Spring powered single shot  "air soft" gun.
Maker: Kangnam (Korea)
Age: Model -1990's
Size/Weight: 78.7 cm/2.97kg

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Object: FAMAS - France. Calibre 5.56mm
Description: The gun has a built in bipod and many components manufactured in plastic. This reliable weapon is widely used by French forces and can fire at over 900 rounds per minute.
Comments: Electric operated single shot and full auto "air soft" gun.
Maker: Tokyo-Marui (Japan)
Age: Model -1990's
Size/Weight: 75.7 cm/4.0kg

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Object: L85A1 (SA80) - UK. Calibre 5.56mm
Description: The standard infantry weapon of the British Armed Forces at present.
Comments: Spring operated "air soft" gun.
Maker: L&S (Japan)
Age: Model -1980's
Size/Weight: 77.5 cm/4.54kg

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Object: M2 Carbine - USA Cal. .30"
Description: Semi automatic version of the M1 carbine, although a WW2 gun was a forerunner of the modern assault rifles above. A short rifle that at this period, ignored the trend towards sub machine guns. This version was issued to officers in the U.S. Army.
Comments: Non firing replica gun
Maker: MGC (Japan)
Age: Model -1980's
Size/Weight: 90.5 cm/2.48kg

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