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Yes, yest it was.
AK's aren't special? And you say you'd rather be showing off a gun that redirects burning powder gases back into the chamber? The gun that let so many down in Vietnam? The gun whose owners wished they had AKs in said war? Yes it is certainly something to be proud of.
In all seriousness though, I like AR-15s. But saying AK's aren't anything special is like saying that AK's aren't special. They aren't really, but they are (in terms of everything but the bullet) so much more glorious.
The AR-15(civilian model) didn't let soldiers down in Vietnam, that was the M-16(outdated military model).
The only reason the M-16 let troops down in Vietnam is because the gun was new and high tech and the suppliers thought it wouldn't need a cleaning kit, even in the Jungles of Vietnam.
The problem was quickly fixed when the M16A1 came out, which included parts better suited for the wet, humid climate of Vietnam and a cleaning kit.
They are literally the same thing.
Almost, but not entirely. The M16A1 is just a modified version of the original M16 that is built with parts better suited for operating in the environment it was being used in.
It still has the crappy direct impingement. Before it became the M4, the rifle was a huge let down for soldiers. The newer versions may have had improvements, but like all AR-15 variants wihout a gas piston, it jams like Bob Marley.
I didn;t say "here are my special guns" I said here is my first and my newest
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