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The AK-47 is a 7.62 mm assault rifle developed in the Soviet Union by Mikhail Kalashnikov.Design work on the AK began in 1944. In 1946 the rifle was presented for official military trials, a year later the fixed stock version was introduced into service with select units of the Red Army. It was also used by U.S. marines such as Captain Phillip Hunter and his brother Nick Hunter during the Vietnam war.

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damage: Single: 12 - 25
Burst: 10 - 22
damage type: Normal
attack modes:
Single (AP: 4, R: 35)
Burst (AP: 5, R: 28)
burst rounds: 5
ammo Type 7.62mm
ammo capacity: 24
min. Strength: 5
hands req.: 2
weight: 8 lbs.
value: n\a
The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.
The AK-47 and its derivatives formed the mainstay of the Soviet Armies. Its reliability, ruggedness and accuracy have earned it the reputation of being the best assault rifle ever made.

The AK47 is a small gun in Fallout Tactics weapon.


Behind the scenes

  • The AK-47 is a simple assault rifle of Soviet origin, invented by Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1947 and adopted by the Soviet Army in 1949. AK-47s were manufactured across the world during the second half of the 20th century through the beginning of the 21st century. In 1956, AK-47s were adopted by the Chinese Army (PLA) but were replaced with new-generation assault rifles prior to the Great War.
  • The AK-47 was replaced in service by the AK-112 assault rifle at some point before the Great War.
  • After the Great War, AK-47s were produced by different workshops and remaining factories throughout the Wasteland, but by some coincidence were not seen in the West Coast, within the NCR limits, nor in the Capital Wasteland
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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

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The icon in GTA IV
The icon in GTA: San Andreas
The AK-47 is an assault rifle in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Grand Theft Auto IV, and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.



The AK-47 fires powerful rounds and is the most powerful assault rifle available in the GTA III Era games. The AK-47, however, has a slow rate of fire, and suffers from tremendous recoil and accuracy problems with long range. It is a common sight in the hands of many gangs on the later missions throughout the games. The AK-47 does not appear in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, being replaced by the Ruger.

In GTA IV, the AK-47 is referenced in-game as the Assault Rifle. It can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $3,500 and each additional magazine costs $80. It can also be purchased from Little Jacob for $2,450 with each additional magazine costing $55. Like almost all other guns, this a 3 headshot kill on both single player and multiplayer. It is the starting weapon when the weapons are set to assault rifles. This can NOT be fired from a car. While this gun is good, it is better than the M4, having better power and a better rate of fire, while the M4 has better accuracy, but it is in weapons: poor while the M4 is in weapons; good or advanced.

Strangely, this weapon shares ammunition with the AR-15 in all GTA III-era games as walking up to one will give you ammunition for your AK47. The AR-15 fires the 5.56 while the AK47 fires the bigger Powerful 7.62; despite the inaccuracy it is probably to even out gameplay.

Tony Cipriani with an AK-47


  • GTA III (2001): The GTA III version of the weapon is mostly accurate, but appears smaller than it should be. It is an AK47 WASR, as it has the iron handle.
  • GTA San Andreas (1992): The GTA San Andreas version of the weapon is a Norinco Type 56. It is often used in Gang Warfare. The model is very low detail and, strangely enough, is significantly larger than it should be, being two-thirds as long as Carl Johnson is tall.
  • GTA Liberty City Stories (1998): This rendition is exactly the same as the Vice City Stories rendition with no actual differences.
  • GTA Vice City Stories (1984): The Vice City Stories rendition is accurate, both by size and look.
  • GTA IV (2008): The version ingame is the AK-47. Its size is accurate, as is the magazine size and overall performance. The AK-47 is quite powerful, yet it is not as accurate as the M4 Carbine.
  • GTA Chinatown Wars (2009): The Chinatown Wars variant is hard to tell who or what manufactured the AK-47, though it most likely a AK-47 WAS-R 10. When you find one in a dustbin, you will see that the gas tube on the weapon has been removed, though the HUD image clearly shows that the gas tube is on. The weapon itself is overall powerful and has good accuracy, however the AR-15 betters it in both ways.



  • Saint Mark's, Portland Island - In a secluded area behind Cipriani's Ristorante. From Cipriani's Ristorante, use the sidewalk on the south side of the block and head east. Proceed up the hill until you reach a driveway that cuts across the block. Go onto the driveway then turn west. Go to either the north or south of this building and continue west along the ledge. Go around the corner and proceed to the middle of the block. You should see a ramp leading down into the secluded area. The weapon icon is in the corner near the ramp and next to a body armor icon.
  • Trenton, Portland Island - On top of Liberty Pharmaceuticals (behind the large sign) near an adrenaline icon, a health icon, and a body armor icon. Jump from the elevated tracks near the northeast side of the large complex to access.
  • Fort Staunton, Staunton Island - Tucked beside a construction trailer underneath some ruins north of the sharp angled turn in the northeast part of the construction zone.
  • Newport, Staunton Island - Available to buy from Ammu-Nation after completion of Last Requests ($3,000).
  • Bedford Point, Staunton Island - At the southeast side of the building southeast of Liberty Cathedral (and next to a body armor icon).
  • Pike Creek, Shoreside Vale - In the parking area on the west side of Punk Noodles.

GTA San Andreas

GTA Liberty City Stories

GTA Vice City Stories

  • Downtown - On the roof of the VCPD police station. The roof is accessible by using a helicopter or using the set of stairs on the alleyway where an Enforcer and PCJ-600 are parked.
  • Ocean Beach - On the roof accessible by a set of stairs at the long alleyway going behind Ocean Drive. The roof is north of the Patrol Invest Group's headquarter and a rampage is also available on that very roof.




  • Industrial - Can be found on a catwalk of a defunct manufacturing structure behind the abandoned warehouse the player rescues Roman during the mission Hostile Negotiation.

Colony Island

  • Colony Island - Can be found within one of the far rooms of the old hospital on the south side of the island. The hospital is the same from the mission The Snow Storm.



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Star Wars Fanon

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Auto-kinetic rifle
Production information




Usage and history


The Auto-kinetic rifle was invented and mass produced by the Volta. The weapon was a common slugthrower and was the most highly used weapon by the Volta into the Galactic Civil War. Even though it was a slugthrower, the rate of fire was more than enough to cause significant damage to immobilize, and fatally wound a target.


Behind the scenes

The Auto-Kinetic rifle is based on the real world AK-47.

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