21 AK-47 Lane

AK-47 Lane

Posted on September 16, 2009 by

Russian AK-47 lane

Probably that’s the only case when the famous AK-47 is being used in peaceful purposing, at least some parts of it.

This ex-officer got somewhere a lot of those and couldn’t find a better way for them than to make the paths between his huts in such a manner.

Russian AK-47 lane 1

Russian AK-47 lane 2

Russian AK-47 lane 3

Russian AK-47 lane 4

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21 responses to “AK-47 Lane”

  1. iceCalt says:

    Nice one.

  2. Monica says:

    it’s plastic, not metal

  3. I bet they would still work if you put them in a gun 😛

  4. w says:

    omg get some cobblestones lol

  5. Spekulyant says:

    Those are orange bakelight mags! They sell for $50-$100 each in USA!

  6. redneck would say says:

    Do yall know how much those would sell in the United States.

  7. Kirov says:

    I use AK mag as condom. I can wash it after use or when it is full.

  8. Taupey says:

    I’m glad to know you are also recycling Kirvo. 😀

  9. AnnaBolika says:

    FAIL !!! these are AK74 mags ! plastic mags are for ak74 and metal mags for ak47

  10. cia says:

    Even if you could export them to the US, some douche bag would squeal to the authorities.

    • nos says:

      I don’t think there would be anything illegal about shipping magazines stateside to be sold. Guns are heavily regulated regarding importation, but foreign gun parts are imported all the time. He either didn’t think to sell them or doesn’t want to bother with it.

      Also, has anyone noticed the apparent lack of followers? Some of the mags just looks like hollow bakelite tubes with the feeding system removed.

  11. pimp says:

    Thanks, great post.

  12. AnnaBolika says:

    oh i forgot !: Thanks, great post.

  13. SSSR says:

    Lets hope there were no bullets left in those!

    A tire could get shot flat!

  14. Chris says:

    Those are 30 round bakelite mags, they would go for less than $30 each here in the states. Though you can get surplus (used) Romanian and Yugoslavian metal mags for as low as $10 each in most cases. I picked up some brand new Korean mags for $10 each a few months ago.

    There are billions of AK mags around the world, these don even come close to hurting the supply.

  15. Greestaj says:

    WOW !

    Korean mags are fake the real one are the Easter European
    korean is just a copy for noobs

  16. cz7 says:

    well you Russians sent them mags for sales and make some money ! dont waste your resources …..

  17. Those are empty magazines in the images not guns… There is not one AK-47 to be seen anywhere. This article is misleading and retarded.

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