Kalash set to auto, slowed to the speed of joy (VIDEOS)

Nothing like a high-speed camera and a full-auto AK to bring a smile to your face.

In the above, The AK Guy, aka Brandon Herrera, lets one of his AKG-47s rip at the recent IraqVeteran8888 Range Day and captured the thrill with a high-speed camera (but with no eyepro). You can see two or three spent cases in the air at most times while you let the wholesome AK flex race through you in under a minute.

And of course, this time of year you can’t hear Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony Ode To Joy movement without thinking of the vault scene at Nakatomi Plaza from the 1988 Christmas classic, Die Hard.

Happy Trails, Hans!

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