AK-47: The Weapon that Changed the Face of War
In this fascinating book, Kahaner tells the story of this ubiquitous and deadly weapon, contrasting it with the admittedly inferior M-16 and chronicling the role the AK-47 has played in conflicts from Vietnam and Iraq to Rwanda and Colombia.
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Review: AK-47: The Weapon that Changed the Face of WarUser Review - Clark - Goodreads
One sentence book summary: The AK-47 is a magically reliable rifle that has killed millions of people in a manner that no other rifle could ever have done. One word book review: horrible. Most of the ... Read full review
Review: AK-47: The Weapon that Changed the Face of WarUser Review - Deetya - Goodreads
Interesting book. It has many small errors regarding the subject of the book. However, what "saves" the book is the history that is mentioned when talking about the subject. It is almost better as a history book than as "gun" book. Almost. Read full review
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