The Light Infantry Arms lasertag version of the iconic Russian AKS-74U compact assault rifle. The LIA AKS-74U lasertag gun is built using CYMA full metal components, LSD Electronic’s generation 8.2 mainboard, and Light Infantry’s patent pending Inline Recoil System. Notable features include an integrated side rail, compact design, side folding stock, and beautiful real wood furniture. The AKS-74U is fitted with an LSD Electronics T3 emitter, adjustable, adjustable metal sights and an authentic Soviet-era AK sling.
- Heavy duty metal receiver, stock, outer barrel assembly
- Length: 38.5 in / 78 cm (stock extended); 21.5 in / 54 cm (stock folded)
- Weight: 6 lbs / 2.7 kg
- Maximum effective range: 1000 ft / 300 m
- High quality real wood handguard
- Integrated AK side rail
- Adjustable sight and sling loop
- Steel side folding AKS-74U skeleton stock
- Realistic 1:1 scale replica
History and Specifications
The original Russian AKS-74U was a compact version of the AKS-74 assault rifle. Its development commenced in the mid 1970s. It was intended for airborne troops and special forces. It has similar design to the earlier AKMSU compact assault rifle, but is chambered for a 5.45×39 mm ammunition. The AKS-74U was adopted in 1979. This weapon was issued to paratroopers, vehicle and artillery crews, pilots and so on. This compact assault rifle was first used in combat by the paratroopers in 1982-1983 during the Soviet War in Afghanistan.
Read more about the AKS-74U at Military Today.