The RPK light machine gun was developed in the late 1950's alongside the then new AKM assault rifle. Notable differences between the RPK and the AKM include a longer, heavier barre, nessesary for extended periods of fire without a substantial loss of accuracy to to the barrel heating up. It is also fitted with a new front sight base, gas block, cleaning rod guide, and folding bipod. The RPK continues to see use in many countries of the former Soviet Union, as well as many African and Asian nations. the LCT RPK NV Electric Airsoft Gun is an excellent representation of the real steel protoype. Featuring a stamped steel outer receiver, real wood furniture, as well as all ofthe accessories typically found on the realsteel RPK, the LCT RPK is truly a work of art. The internals are all metal, featuring a pre-upgraded version 3 gearbox assembly, the LCT RPK NV is fully capable if shooting at just over 400fps with .20g BB's right out of the box, and to keep shooting at that rate all day long. After all, what good is a light machine gun if you can't lay down some good suppresive fire? The LCT RPK NV Electric Airsoft Gun is an excellent choice for an AK fan looking to step into a support role, or for any SAW gunner who doesn't want to lug around an M60 all day.
Alternate Lookup: LCT RPK NV