Mythbustin AK-47 Inaccuracies

After seeing another blog claim that the AK47 shot 10 MOA (or 10″ groups at 100 yards), James Reeves became fed up with the bullshit and decided to test the prevalent belief that the AK is an inaccurate combat rifle.

In this episode of TFBTV, James compares an American made AR15 to a Russian and Serbian/Yugoslavian AK to answer this question (and perhaps bust this myth?) once and for all.

James uses the Yugo M70 AK and Saiga SGL21 AK shooting 124 grain Wolf ammo.

AR’s was very easy to maintain a 2 inch grouping at 100 yards.

The Saiga AK’s came up with one and three quarters inches groupings.

Overall, the AR’s may be easier to work with on getting repetitive accuracies. But these AK’s actually did well with crappy Wolf ammo. What do you all think and do you own an AK?, have you customized it at all? Let us know below in the comment section.

Sources: TFB TV Youtube, James Reeves

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