Watch this video and read this story by American Rifleman Field Editor Martin K. A. Morgan regarding the function and history of the AK-74 select-fire rifle, chambered in 5.45x39 mm.
By the 1990s, Zastava Arms—formerly the Yugoslavian national arsenal and now located in the country of Serbia—began designing an updated version of the M76. While it uses a long-stroke design, the new rifle, called the M91, differs by using a stamped-steel receiver and firing the 7.62x54 mm R cartridge.
In the ZPAP M70 from Zastava Arms, AK-47 fans have an authentic, high-quality rifle that stays true to the Kalashnikov pattern while adding a few nice features.
Barnaul allows American shooters to cut costs with this affordably priced steel-case ammunition. How does it shoot? Here's what we found.