- Cybergun AKM AIMS (Real Wood - Full Steel - Blowback)
- Weight: 3665 gr
- Length: 705 - 910 mm
- Barrel length: 455 mm
- Fire mode: Electric Semi/Full Auto
- Velocity: 413 FPS
- Material: Steel, Aluminium, wood
- Battery: Stick Type
- Magazine capacity: 550
- Gearbox: Version 3
- Colour: Black, wood
- Includes AEG, magazine, battery and charger
The Cybergun AKM AIMS (Real Wood - Full Steel - Blowback) is an one of the roughest and toughest AK models in the market. It is modelled after the very distinctive Romanian AIMS version. Its crisp blowback gives an extra realism to the model.
The handguard is made out of laminated wood. The pistol grip is plastic. All the other parts are steel and aluminium.
The front sight is adjustable and the barrel is 14mm counter clockwise threaded.
The hop up is adjustable as well. There are two sling swivels on the receiver that allow the fitting of any single, double or even three point slings.
The package comes with the AKM, a high capacity metal magazine, battery and charger.
The model is a licensed product and bears Kalashnikov's figure on the receiver.
The AK-47 is a selective-fire, gas-operated 7.62x39mm assault rifle, first developed in the Soviet Union by Mikhail Kalashnikov. It is officially known as Avtomat Kalashnikova (Russian: ??????? ???????????). It is also known as Kalashnikov, AK, or in Russian slang, Kalash.
Design work on the AK-47 began in the last year of World War II (1945). After the war in 1946, the AK-46 was presented for official military trials. In 1948 the fixed-stock version was introduced into active service with selected units of the Soviet Army.
An early development of the design was the AKS (S—Skladnoy or "folding"), which was equipped with an underfolding metal shoulder stock. In 1949, the AK-47 was officially accepted by the Soviet Armed Forces and used by the majority of the member states of the Warsaw Pact.
The original AK-47 was one of the first assault rifles, after the German StG 44. Kalashnikov surely had examined samlpes of the MP44, but the AK47 is by no means a copy of it.
Even after six decades the model and its variants remain the most widely used and popular assault rifles in the world because of their durability, low production cost, availability, and ease of use.
It has been manufactured in many countries and has seen service with armed forces as well as irregular forces worldwide. The AK-47 was the basis for developing many other types of individual and crew-served firearms. More AK-type rifles have been produced than all other assault rifles combined.