The AEK-971 is a Soviet / Russian selective fire assault rifle that was developed at the Kovrov Mechanical Plant (KMZ) by chief designer Sergey Koksharov in the late 1970s and 1980s (currently manufactured by Degtyarev Plant). The primary model, the AEK-971, uses the 5.45×39mm round fed from standard 30-round or larger box magazines used by the AK-74, AK-74M, and similar weapons.
About this creation
Yet another Russian weapon to my collection.Here is the AEK-971 made out of 1213 bricks.The model is almost new except for the lower receiver which is recycled from my AK models.
The charging handle functions just like my other AK models but the design of the bolt is slightly bigger because of the design of the main gun.It can also chamber a lego bullet which is attached to the bolt face.
The buttstock is reused from my KAC PDW model but with some slight changes especially the buttpad
It can also fold but almost completely.In LDD however, there is actually enough space for it to fold all the way.But it does not allow it for some reason.
Additional rails can be attached to the rail adapter on the right side of the gun.Fortunately , the rails are centered and not misaligned.
The real gun.