Will it AK?: Ditching the dust cover to insert peculiar debris and innuendo (VIDEOS)

03/11/19 8:00 AM | by

Will it AK?: Ditching the dust cover to insert peculiar debris (VIDEOS)

The AK operating system is known for loose tolerances that perform well in dirty and harsh conditions. This can be interpreted with a bit of flexibility.

To test the ability of Mikhail Kalashnikov’s baby to digest “debris” that has worked inside the action, Brandon Herrera, the AKGuy, removes the dust cover and inserts everything from whipped cream to White Fudge Ding Dongs (the cakes) and lets it rip. It gets messy and a little weird but in the end, the old Kalash just seems to largely shrug it off. As it’s a post dealer sample full-auto model, its fun all day.

If you dig what he is doing, the latest installment is actually a follow-up video to one he did a while back along the same lines. The older video includes easy “cheese,” bananas and peanut butter.

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