The AK47 assault rifle was first designed during the last year of WWII (1945), with the first production versions entering service with the Soviet Army in 1947. By 1949, the AK47 was officially accepted by the Soviet Armed Forces. LCT has produced many excellent examples from the AK family, including the G03 and G04 variants. However, unlike the majority of LCT's product line, the G03 and G04 are strictly LCT's creations. The LCT G03 AK47 NV is a AK47 variant with many different, distinguistable traits. Featuring a metal upper heat shield typically found on many East German manufactured AK's, and the folding stock from an IMI Galil, the LCT G03 AK47 is an agressive, and unique addition to the LCT family. Everything else on the G03 AK47 is standard LCT, from the stamped steel outer receiver and real wood furniture, to the pre-upgraded all metal internals. The LCT G04 AK47 NV is truly a unique, and rather cool variant of the AK family. Perfect for the AK fan who wan't something familiar, yet totally different at the same time.
Altrenate Lookup: G03 NV AEG