Gunsmith. Part 2

Оружейник. Часть 2
Previous quest “Gunsmith. Part 1”
So, you helped with the gun, and therefore, I think, you are capable of at least something. Although there was no more free time from this. Everything is on fire, well … in terms of exchanges and their prices. I really hope that the panic will not rise. Although, judging by the plan, this is clearly not far. So, okay, stop talking, I need to work, as, in fact, you do. It is necessary to find an AKSU with an installed forend B-11. Magazine, necessarily expanded by the standard for 60 rounds. What is not easy is that it should be compact no more than 6 cells. Ergonomics is more than 58. The recoil of the weapon is no more than 550. Well, with the aiming range, everything is simple, 100 or more. So yes, I almost forgot, the weight is up to 3.5 kg. And by the way, indices have nothing to do with it, I hope you remember everything, but now for now.


Take starting equipment from Mechanic (AKS-74U)

It is recommended to use a weapon with a durability of 100, as the Mechanic may not accept a weapon with a low durability

AKS-74U specifications: 60 Durability, 58 or greater ergonomics, less than 550 recoil, 100 or greater sighting range, 3.5 kg or less in weight, 6 or fewer cells (Note: You must fold the stock before turning in the gun), AKS-74U Zenit B-11 handguard, 60-round 6L31 5.45×39 magazine for AK-74 and compatibles

When passing the quest through the flea market, we buy the necessary items through the table below and put them on the AKS-74U. Do not forget to fold the stock and take out all the bullets from the magazine

АК-74 5.45x39 6L31 60-round magazinePrapor level 2 (Exchange after completing the quest Ice cream cones)
AKS-74U Zenit B-11 HandguardSkier level 1.
KAC Vertical gripPeacekeeper lvl 1.
TAPCO SAW-Style FDE pistol grip for AKPeacekeeper lvl 2.
Modified AKS-74U for Gunsmith. Part 2

Modified AKS-74U for Gunsmith. Part 2

Well done, such a weapon in the right hands can turn the world upside down.
Next quest “Gunsmith. Part 3”
Next quest “Signal. Part 1”

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