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The AKM or AK, is a full-auto/semi-auto assault rifle with three attachment points. It shoots 7.62mmx39mm rounds and the standard magazine can hold 30 rounds with a reload time of 2.8 seconds. It can fire either in either single shots or a fully automatic mode.

Often confused with the AK-47, the Mikhail Kalashnikov designed AKM is actually a modern variant of the AK-47 and has significant improvements over it such as improved accuracy when firing in fully automatic mode and a reduction in weight generally making it much more reliable than the AK-47.

The AKM deals significant damage(more than the 5.56mm rifles) but is cursed with heavy recoil that can make it hard to control and best fired in single shots. The 5.56mm M416 and SCAR-L do have greater firing speed but an AKM on full auto is best suited for clearing out buildings, suppressive fire and engaging players in close to medium ranges.

Similar to the M16A4, the AKM can only fit up to three(3) attachments, an assortment of magazines, sights, and muzzles. The AKM fits the following attachments:


  • Extended Magazine (30>40)
  • Quickdraw Magazine (2.8s to 2.0s)
  • Extended Quickdraw Magazine


  • Flash Hider
  • Compensator
  • Suppressor


  • Holographic Sight
  • Red Dot Sight
  • 2x Scope
  • 3x Scope
  • 4x ACOG Scope
  • 6x Scope
The AKM overall is a reliable high-damage dealing assault rifle that easily rivals the Groza, a crate-only weapon. Its major shortcoming, a slow firing speed, can be fixed with a QuickDraw Extended Mag.

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