no AK-47 is chambered for 7.62x39mm..... just AK-101 and AK-102 can fire with M-16 round (5.56x45mm)
Both are very powerful, But the AK47 is more. The m16 has better accuracy tho.
No. There are AK variants which fire the 5.56x45 round (common to the M16), such as the AK101, Type 84, Rk 62.76, Kbs. wz. 1996 Beryl, etc., but the AK47 and AKM fire a 7.62x39 cartridge. The two cartridges are not interchangeable, nor even close to it.
Proven to be stronger than v ak47 so SERIOUSLY strong good fire rate aswell if better with 3 round burst if u getthis reply III III III III III III Thats da fire rate
The M16 assault rifle is chambered for the 5.56x45mm NATOcartridge. It can also fire the civilian .223 Remington round.
An AK47 or Kalashnikov ( excuse my spelling ) followed by the m16
Yes, it is a select fire weapon.( semi-automatic, three-round burst and full-automatic fire. )
I don't think they make .223 round ak47 magazines or ak47 round ar15's I've never even heard of a ak47 clip that fits an ar15
The AK round. The AK 47 fires a 7.62mm round. The M16/M4 fires a 5.56mm round.
The SKS packs a bigger round (7.62mm) than the m16 (5.56mm) but the m16 has a higher magazine capacity, better accuracy,and a higher rate of fire, so the SKS is more powerful, but the m16 is generally regarded as a better weapon.
No. The AK-47, AKM, and variants thereof utilize the 7.62x39 cartridge. The M16 utilizes the 5.56x45 cartridge. The two are in no way compatible. However, there are variants of the Kalashnikov rifle (AK) which utilize the 5.56x45 cartridge (e.g., the AK-101, the Polish Beryl, some variants of the Finnish Rk.62/76 and Rk.95, the Chinese Type 84, etc.), and there are some AR-15 variants (the M16 is from the AR-15 family) which will chamber the 7.62x39 cartridge. But the two specific models you mention do not fire interchangeable cartridges.