AK-47 Field strip [Tutorial]


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Old 01-25-2013, 08:25 AM   #1
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Default AK-47 Field strip [Tutorial]

For those of you "beginner" AK-47 enthusiasts, who quite don't know how to take their AK-47 apart in case of a jam, or a first time cleaning, this video shows you everything you need to know!

http://youtu.be/4KCE1g9-Plk

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Old 01-27-2013, 07:14 AM   #2
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What do you guys think?



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Old 01-27-2013, 04:09 PM   #3
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First, you generally should safety check the gun you're about to take apart and take the MAGAZINE (not clip) out while doing this. Second, the part you called the bolt, was actually the bolt carrier. The bolt is the "this thing right here" at 4:02. It would also be wise to clean the bolt and the gas tube on a new gun before shooting it.Less profanities also recommended on an instructional video...

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There are already a lot of field strip videos out there for the AK type rifles.

Above critique pretty much sums it up as far as the technical gun side of things goes.

Video production side if things: I would recommend good even lighting with a light background to make details more visible. Also do a rehearsal video, watch it and critique yourself, then make adjustments for the final version. Understand technical terms if making an instructional video.

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Thank you for some heads up SSGN_Doc, and AleksiR, I also appreciate your input. I will buff up my vocab, and as far as profanities go, they slipped and I had lost my cord to connect my camera to my computer so I couldn't really edit it at all, and I just wanted to get a video up so my channel had something. so I uploaded it directly from my camera (phone)

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Eh? Live and learn. Not many folks who produce a flawless product in the first try. I know I usually don't.



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