1 Day - 1,000 GP (BR)
7 Days - 4,900 GP
30 Days - 19,500 GP
90 Days - 54,000 GP
This weapon is similar to the AK-74U. It improves slightly in accuracy and recoil.
The weapon is a weak 3-hit kill to a strong 4 hit kill with a medium amount of damage dropoff for assault rifles. It is stronger then the average assault rifle,as the 3 shot range is consistent enough to reliably get 3 hit kills up to a certain range. The maximum range is consistent with the average assault rifle,firing just as far before the bullets cease to hit at all.
The weapon has a below average rate of fire. This combined with the high maximum spread may make close quarters combat difficult to perform,as the low rate of fire will lower the amount of fire being sprayed,and the high maximum spread will lower the accuracy of the shots that are sprayed,making the rate of fire a liability at close ranges.
The weapon's crosshair spread is very tight for assault rifles. on the first shot standing still,it is a bulls-eye,but it does increase faster then other assault rifles during sustained fire,and it does reset noticeably slower,making longer bursts harder to pull off before the weapon becomes inaccurate.The weapon's maximum crosshair spread is significantly larger then average,and coupled with the lower then average rate of fire, makes the weapon difficult to use at closer ranges.
The recoil will cause the weapon to kick up for the first 2 shots,then it will drift either left or right diagonally,changing direction every 5 shots after the initial. This makes it easier to tap fire with the weapon,as the recoil is somewhat predictable. It also makes small bursts of automatic fire viable,as the recoil will not throw the weapon off target.
As with the AK-74U, tap rifing with an optic at longer ranges copes with the recoil and spread while taking advantage of the high accuracy.
In closer ranges, burst or automatic fire should be considered.
- It was first leaked in the Death Row trailer.
- It is called the "AEK971" in the trailer. The hyphen was added just prior to its release.