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Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by DFin, Sep 11, 2013.
Your AK will eat them like candy.
Go shoot away!
I believe if AKs could talk they would ask for more lacquer then burp
No worries, that's the kind of ammo they were designed for. It just doesn't work well in guns designed for brass cases.
The lacquer coated cartridges last longer in storage than the polymer coated type,and work better.
mini 14 AND ak'S ARE DIFFERENT. Same with AR's using steelcase ammo-- either it works, or it doesn't.
You should have no issues with polymer or lacquer in a AK. My preference is polymer (cleaner, no red residue- and polymer is heat resisitant).
??? where do you get that from???
Lacquer ammo runs thru my MAK like **** thru a goose. Almost like it was MADE for it.
yup 100% fine!
There isn't much, at all, that causes problems for the AK. True battle rifle.