The AKM (Russian: модернизи́рованный Автома́т Кала́шникова, tr. modernizírovanny Avtomát Kaláshnikova, lit. Modernized Kalashnikov Automatic Rifle) is a 7.62mm assault rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov. It is a common modernized variant of the AK-47 rifle developed in the 1940s.
Introduced into service with the Soviet Army in 1959, the AKM is the most ubiquitous variant of the entire AK series of firearms and it has found widespread use with most member states of the former Warsaw Pact and its African and Asian allies as well as being widely exported and produced in many other countries. The production of these rifles was carried out at both the Tula Arms Plant and Izhmash. It was officially replaced in Soviet frontline service by the AK-74 in the late 1970s, but remains in use worldwide.
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Origin: Real Life
Classification: Selective-fire assault rifle
Attack Potency: Street level (Firepower is over 2050 J), the AKM fires rounds at a cyclic rate of 600 rounds per minute, semi-auto mode fires upto 60 rounds per minute, in combat, bursts can go up to 100 rounds per minute
Wielders: Various military, security, and other types of forces all across the world
Weaknesses: Requires some maintenance once in a while to perform at peak potential, otherwise none notable.