Shoot one, they are accuate, little if any kick, the Bulgies are well made. The 5.45x39 has a nasty hydoshock on its target. Thats just for starters.MAJOR PITA said:I'm not trying to start crap or anything; I'm just curious.
All of my AK's are in 30-caliber, and I was wondering what the attraction is to the 5.45x39 as opposed to 7.62x39 or 5.56x45.
Does an FNC count? It's practically an AK...MAJOR PITA said:Okay, so those of you who have both a 5.45 AK74 and a .223/5.56 AK, which one do you prefer, and why?
OMG that is one of the funniest things I've seen in a long time!!!Winn R said:Having a SAR three and an AK 74; and trying to choose between the two of them; and then to reason out the choice--
Well it's like this: I've got a black wife and an Asian mistress. I generally prefer the Asian mistress because she's not a wife. However, if all's going well, I'm happy with the one I'm with. And none of that says a thing about the relative merits of black and Asian women.
I bought my first 5.56 Norinco because it was the closest thing to a AK74 that was available. No logic really, just another gun in another caliber...Too cheap to buy an AR I guess. :chinese: Great little carbine. Reasonably accurate, good looks, and lots of fun.MAJOR PITA said:Okay, so those of you who have both a 5.45 AK74 and a .223/5.56 AK, which one do you prefer, and why?
This is my first post, so I'll try to get it right. I just returned from the range after dumping 300 rounds with my Bulgy 74. Indeed it's a beautiful thing! I have 2 SAR 1's, a SAR3, the Bulgy 74 & waiting on delivery of a SAR2 I got from SCUBADVR. That one should be here this coming week. I also have a couple AR15's and an AR with the .50 BEOWULF upper. I enjoy the AR's, but this AK addiction is where the real fun is. Since I got on the AK binge, I don't do much with the others. So far, the 74 & the .223 get the most attention.amdburner said:I was firing my 74 Bulgy this weekend and was able to unload 3 30 rounders inside of 7" at 100'. It's a beautiful thing!