Developed for KGB close-protection agents, who were tasked with guarding high-ranking state officials:

This is one item I’ll never get sick of seeing videos about.  It would be cool to see one in person someday.  Like not that mind blowing… but I’d still press a few buttons and give an audible “heh cool”.


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You had to know the video was going to be from Cokeman:

The AKS-74U is one of my favorite AKs.  I had to laugh when he called Red Jacket Firearms (the guys from Sons of DERP) “Shit Jacket”

No ear plugs in either of course… what a gem this guy is.



Cokeman is nothing if not classy:

The first comment on youtube by RowenCx4 sums it up best:

jihad beard, track suit, gold watch, AK, you’re creep’in me out bro.

The boy does know how to bumpfire an AK pretty well though…

I never thought i’d see a Cokeman video where he didn’t call us all faggots and say a bunch of other random offensive things.  Maybe he’s growing up?

Either way he’s transformed into quite the Beiber-ZZ-Top-Ashton-Kutcher looking son of a bitch.

I for one am looking forward to the many facepalms I get from watching his videos this year.

Keep up the work Cokeman.


The Big Picture has an awesome group of photos as usual.  This particular set about the Crisis in Kyrgyzstan.  If you’re as geographically inept as I am, Kyrgyzstan is a country in central Asia, west of China.

Widespread anti-government protests in Kyrgyzstan recently turned violent, with groups of opposition protesters attempting to storm some government buildings, and clashing with riot police. Tensions are high, as Kyrgyz authorities declared a national state of emergency, and are enforcing curfews in at least three cities. As riot police fired on opposition members and protesters fought with stones and captured weapons, estimates of casualties have varied widely, with reports ranging from 12 killed to over 100 killed.

The rifle in the picture above appears to be a Dragunov

Picture #5 – The guy in the middle appears to be shouldering an AK based 12GA such as a Saiga-12 or VEPR-12

Picture #6 – Krinkov (AKS-74U) with EOtech, AK-74 held vertically in background.

Picture #7 – A whole bunch of Krinkovs (AKS-74U)

Picture #10 – AK-74 with a quad rail and UTG rail covers

Picture #15RPG-26

Picture #33 – RPG-26

Better Picture of the RPG-26:

Full Photo Set – HERE

Looks like the protesters are doing plenty of damage, even by just throwing things and lighting fires.


Although bird assisted target acquisition may be legal in Russia (the likely location of the photo).  It is highly illegal in the United States.

“It’s just that bird law in this country is not governed by reason.”

-Charlie (Season 5 Episode 1 of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia)

For those that are not familiar with the show “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”… It is hilarious.

I recommend getting caught up on it.  Buy the box set on Amazon – HERE

The gun in the bird picture is an AKS-74U, a shortened carbine version of the AKS-74.  You can read more about it at the wiki page – HERE