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{{Infobox weapon
 
{{Infobox weapon
 
|name = AK-47
 
|name = AK-47
|image = AK-47-GTA4.png
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|image = AssaultRifleGTAV.png
 
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto III]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]<small> ('''BETA''')</small><br>[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]
 
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto III]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]<small> ('''BETA''')</small><br>[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto Advance]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]]<br>[[Grand Theft Auto V]]
 
|slot = [[Assault Rifle]]
 
|slot = [[Assault Rifle]]
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|ammo = 30 rounds <small>(in most games)</small><Br>30 rounds ''(60 w/ Extended Clip)'' <small>(GTA V)
 
|ammo = 30 rounds <small>(in most games)</small><Br>30 rounds ''(60 w/ Extended Clip)'' <small>(GTA V)
 
|sold in = [[Ammu-Nation]]
 
|sold in = [[Ammu-Nation]]
|price = |caption = AK-47 in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]]|Unlocked After = [[Last Requests]] <small>(GTA III)</small><br>[[Pier 69 (mission)|Pier 69]] <small>(GTA San Andreas)</small><br>[[Deconstruction for Beginners]] <small>(GTA IV)</small>}}
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|price = |caption = AK-47 in [[Grand Theft Auto V|GTA V]]|Unlocked After = [[Last Requests]] <small>(GTA III)</small><br>[[Pier 69 (mission)|Pier 69]] <small>(GTA San Andreas)</small><br>[[Deconstruction for Beginners]] <small>(GTA IV)</small>}}
   
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The '''AK-47''' is an [[assault rifle]] that appeared in every [[GTA games|GTA game]] since [[Grand Theft Auto III]], except in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] where it was cut during the development of game ''(and was replaced by the [[Ruger]])''. The AK-47 is considered the most powerful assault rifle in most of the games.
The '''AK-47''', also known as '''Kalashnikov''' is an [[assault rifle]] that appeared in every [[GTA games|GTA game]] since [[Grand Theft Auto III]], except in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] which is cut during the development of game.
 
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
   
The AK-47 fires powerful 7.62mm rounds and is the most powerful assault rifle available in the [[3D Universe]] games. A headshot will behead the target. It does, however, have a low rate of fire, and suffers from tremendous recoil and accuracy problems with long range. It is a common sight in the hands of many gangs on the later missions throughout the games. The AK-47 does not appear in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], being replaced by the [[Ruger]]. However, it is found in the game's files. 
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The AK-47 fires powerful 7.62mm rounds and is the most powerful assault rifle available in the [[3D Universe]] games (except in [[Grand Theft Auto III]] where the M16 is far more destructive). A headshot will behead the target. It does, however, have a low rate of fire, and suffers from tremendous recoil and accuracy problems with long range. It is a common sight in the hands of many gangs on the later missions throughout the games. The AK-47 does not appear in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], being replaced by the [[Ruger]]. However, it is found in the game's files. 
 
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In GTA IV, the AK-47 is referenced in-game as the '''Assault Rifle'''. It can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $3,500 and each additional magazine costs $80. It can also be purchased from [[Little Jacob]] for $2,450 with each additional magazine costing $55. Like almost all other guns, this a 1 headshot kill in single player and in multiplayer, a 2 headshot kill. It is the starting weapon when the weapons are set to assault rifles. This CANNOT be fired from a car, however it can be fired by a passenger in either a helicopter or boat. While the AK-47 is good, the M4 is probably better - the AK-47 has greater power but the M4 has greater accuracy and a slightly better rate of fire. The AK-47 is in 'poor weapons' range while the M4 is in the 'advanced' range. The extra firepower is not much in comparison to the M4 and is not required much since a single headshot from any weapon will kill any enemy in GTA IV (they are easy to pull off) and since the M4 has greater accuracy it is better if the player aims for the head.
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In GTA IV, the AK-47 is referenced in-game as the '''Assault Rifle'''. It can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $3,500 and each additional magazine costs $80. It can also be purchased from [[Little Jacob]] for $2,450 with each additional magazine costing $55. Like almost all other guns, this a 1 headshot kill in single player and in multiplayer, a 2 headshot kill. It is the starting weapon when the weapons are set to assault rifles. This CANNOT be fired from a car, however it can be fired by a passenger in either a helicopter or boat. While the AK-47 is good, the M4 is somewhat balanced out - the AK-47 has greater power but the M4 has greater accuracy. The AK-47 is in 'poor weapons' range while the M4 is in the 'advanced' range. The extra firepower is not much in comparison to the M4 and is not required much since a single headshot from any weapon will kill any enemy in GTA IV (they are easy to pull off) and since the M4 has greater accuracy it is better if the player aims for the head.
   
 
===Variations===
 
===Variations===
 
* '''GTA III '''([[2001]]): The GTA III version of the weapon is the [[Romania]]n WASR-2 (note the magazine) and is mostly accurate, but appears smaller than it should be.
 
* '''GTA III '''([[2001]]): The GTA III version of the weapon is the [[Romania]]n WASR-2 (note the magazine) and is mostly accurate, but appears smaller than it should be.
*'''GTA San Andreas''' ([[1992]]): The GTA San Andreas version of the weapon is a Norinco Type 56, an Asian clone of the original AK-47. It is often used in [[Gang Warfare]]. The model strangely enough, is significantly larger than it should be, being two-thirds as long as [[Carl Johnson]] is tall (also the HUD in San Andreas shows an AKS-74 rather than a regular AK-47).
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*'''GTA San Andreas''' ([[1992]]): The GTA San Andreas version of the weapon is a Norinco Type 56, a Chinese clone of the original AK-47. It is often used in [[Gang Warfare]]. The model is significantly larger than it should be, being two-thirds as long as [[Carl Johnson]] is tall.
 
*'''GTA Liberty City Stories''' ([[1998]]): The Liberty City Stories rendition is accurate, both by size and look.
 
*'''GTA Liberty City Stories''' ([[1998]]): The Liberty City Stories rendition is accurate, both by size and look.
*'''GTA Vice City Stories''' ([[1984]]): This rendition is exactly the same as the Liberty City Stories rendition.
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*'''GTA Vice City Stories''' ([[1984]]): Exactly the same as in Liberty City Stories.
*'''GTA IV''' ([[2008]]): The version in-game is the AK-47. Its is accurate is size, look, magazine size and overall performance. The AK-47 is more powerful, but not as accurate as the [[M4]]. One should note, however. As with the carbine rifle, the rifle has two different reload animations, where Niko will simply pull the charging handle while standing. However, when he crouches, he'll do a longer animation in which he pulls out the magazine, inserts the new one, and then racks the charging handle. It could be an error in Rockstar Games.
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*'''GTA IV''' ([[2008]]): The version in-game is the AK-47. It is accurate in size, look, magazine size and overall performance. The AK-47 is more powerful, but not as accurate as the [[M4]]. One should note, however, as with the carbine rifle, the rifle has two different reload animations, where Niko will simply pull the charging handle while standing. However, when he crouches, he'll do a longer animation in which he pulls out the magazine, inserts the new one, and then racks the charging handle. It could be an error in the game by the game's developers.
*A screenshot from [[The Lost and Damned]] shows [[Johnny Klebitz]] holding an AKS-74 instead of the AK-47.
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*A screenshot from [[The Lost and Damned]] shows [[Johnny Klebitz]] holding an AKMS instead of the AK-47.
 
*'''GTA Chinatown Wars''' ([[2009]]): The Chinatown Wars variant appears to be another Romanian AK-47 WASR, having the plastic pistol grip. The upper handguard of the weapon has been removed, revealing the gas tube. These details are shown when it is found in a Dustbin. The HUD Icon shows a normal AK-47.
 
*'''GTA Chinatown Wars''' ([[2009]]): The Chinatown Wars variant appears to be another Romanian AK-47 WASR, having the plastic pistol grip. The upper handguard of the weapon has been removed, revealing the gas tube. These details are shown when it is found in a Dustbin. The HUD Icon shows a normal AK-47.
*'''GTA V''' (2013): The AK-47 is replaced in Grand Theft Auto V by a Norinco Type 56-2, (a Chinese counterpart of the AK-47), evident by the folding stock and front-sights. It can be seen in the trailer with green synthetic furniture.
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*'''GTA V''' (2013): The model the AK-47 in Grand Theft Auto V is a Kalashnikov 60th Anniversary Airsoft AK-47 with a Norinco Type 56-2 black stock and an AK-74 front sight withouth the muzzle, evident by the folding stock and hooded front-sight. It can be seen in the trailer with green synthetic furniture. This version is superior to all pistols and SMGs. Although powerful, the [[Carbine Rifle]] is more accurate and slightly more powerful than the AK.
   
 
===Customizations (GTA V)===
 
===Customizations (GTA V)===
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===In-Game Model===
 
===In-Game Model===
   
<center><gallery>
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AK-47-GTA3.png|GTA III.
 
AK-47-GTA3.png|GTA III.
 
Image:AK-47-GTASA.png|GTA San Andreas.
 
Image:AK-47-GTASA.png|GTA San Andreas.
 
Image:AK-47-GTAVCS.png|GTA Liberty City Stories & Vice City Stories
 
Image:AK-47-GTAVCS.png|GTA Liberty City Stories & Vice City Stories
 
Image:AK-47-GTA4.png|GTA IV.
 
Image:AK-47-GTA4.png|GTA IV.
AK47-GTAV-ingameModel.png|GTA V.
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AssaultRifleGTAV.png|GTA V.
</gallery></center>
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Asltrifle.png|Appeared on Rockstar Social Club website
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</gallery>
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</center>
   
 
===HUD Icons===
 
===HUD Icons===
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<center>
 
<center>
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
Image:AK-47-GTA3-icon.png|GTA 3
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Image:AK-47-GTA3-icon.png|GTA III
 
Image:AK-47-GTASA-icon.png|GTA San Andreas.
 
Image:AK-47-GTASA-icon.png|GTA San Andreas.
 
Image:AK-47-GTAA-icon.jpg|GTA Advance.
 
Image:AK-47-GTAA-icon.jpg|GTA Advance.
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===GTA Advance===
 
===GTA Advance===
 
*Available to buy from Ammu-Nation for $3000
 
*Available to buy from Ammu-Nation for $3000
*Spawn at each safehouse after collecting 70 Hidden Packages.
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*Spawn at each safehouse after collecting 70 [[Hidden Packages]].
   
 
[[File:AK-47-LocationsMap-GTASA.jpg|thumb|AK-47's locations map]]
 
[[File:AK-47-LocationsMap-GTASA.jpg|thumb|AK-47's locations map]]
   
 
===GTA San Andreas===
 
===GTA San Andreas===
*[[Ganton]], [[Los Santos]] - At the [[Johnson House]] after spraying over all 100 [[Tags|Gang Tags]].
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*[[Ganton]], [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]] - At the [[Johnson House]] after spraying over all 100 [[Tags|Gang Tags]].
 
*[[Mulholland]], Los Santos - Behind [[Roboi's Food Mart]].
 
*[[Mulholland]], Los Santos - Behind [[Roboi's Food Mart]].
*[[Vinewood]], Los Santos - At the movie studios, behind the westernmost studio.
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*[[Vinewood (3D Universe)|Vinewood]], Los Santos - At the movie studios, behind the westernmost studio.
 
*[[Ocean Docks]], Los Santos - In the warehouse which you have to enter in the mission [[Gray Imports]] for [[Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums|C.R.A.S.H.]], the weapon is located behind the stairs in the first floor.
 
*[[Ocean Docks]], Los Santos - In the warehouse which you have to enter in the mission [[Gray Imports]] for [[Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums|C.R.A.S.H.]], the weapon is located behind the stairs in the first floor.
 
*[[Blueberry]], [[Red County]] - Around the premises of the [[FleischBerg]] factory.
 
*[[Blueberry]], [[Red County]] - Around the premises of the [[FleischBerg]] factory.
*[[Foster Valley]], [[San Fierro]] - Behind a big rock at the large atrium.
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*[[Foster Valley]], [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]] - Behind a big rock at the large atrium.
*[[Downtown (SF)|Downtown]], San Fierro - On the helipad of the SFPD headquarters (only if not picked up during [[Toreno's Last Flight]]).
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*[[Downtown San Fierro|Downtown]], San Fierro - On the helipad of the SFPD headquarters (only if not picked up during [[Toreno's Last Flight]]).
 
*[[Bone County]] - Behind a trailer park near [[Valle Ocultado]] and [[Las Payasadas]].
 
*[[Bone County]] - Behind a trailer park near [[Valle Ocultado]] and [[Las Payasadas]].
*[[The Four Dragons Casino]], [[Las Venturas]] - At the roof of a Casino enclosed by two walls. (Requires [[Jetpack]] or [[Helicopter]]).
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*[[The Four Dragons Casino]], [[Las Venturas (3D Universe)|Las Venturas]] - At the roof of a Casino enclosed by two walls. (Requires [[Jetpack]] or [[Helicopter]]).
 
*[[Redsands West]], Las Venturas - In an apartment complex east of the [[Redsands West Safehouse]], surrounded by bushes.
 
*[[Redsands West]], Las Venturas - In an apartment complex east of the [[Redsands West Safehouse]], surrounded by bushes.
*Available to buy from Ammu-Nation for $3500 after completion of [[Lure]].
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*Available to buy from Ammu-Nation for $3500 after completion of [[Lure (GTA SA)|Lure]].
   
 
===GTA Liberty City Stories===
 
===GTA Liberty City Stories===
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*[[Bohan Industrial]] - Can be found on a catwalk of a defunct manufacturing structure behind the abandoned warehouse the player rescues [[Roman Bellic|Roman]] during the mission [[Hostile Negotiation]].
 
*[[Bohan Industrial]] - Can be found on a catwalk of a defunct manufacturing structure behind the abandoned warehouse the player rescues [[Roman Bellic|Roman]] during the mission [[Hostile Negotiation]].
 
'''[[Algonquin]]'''
 
'''[[Algonquin]]'''
*[[Castle Gardens]] - Can be found on the roof of the large brick structure near the fountain, where you meet [[Francis McReary]] for the mission [[Lure (IV)|Lure]].
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*[[Castle Gardens]] - Can be found on the roof of the large brick structure near the fountain, where you meet [[Francis McReary]] for the mission [[Lure (GTA IV)|Lure]].
 
*[[Colony Island]] - Can be found within one of the far rooms of the old hospital on the south side of the island. The hospital is the same from the mission [[The Snow Storm]].
 
*[[Colony Island]] - Can be found within one of the far rooms of the old hospital on the south side of the island. The hospital is the same from the mission [[The Snow Storm]].
 
'''[[Alderney City]], [[State of Alderney]] '''
 
'''[[Alderney City]], [[State of Alderney]] '''
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*Found at several places underwater
 
*Found at several places underwater
 
*Road Fork, [[Vinewood Hills]] - At the road traffic island, next to some palm trees.
 
*Road Fork, [[Vinewood Hills]] - At the road traffic island, next to some palm trees.
* Southwest of [[Grand Senora Desert]] - near the entrance to the [[SCW Stone Cement Works]].
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* Southwest of [[Grand Senora Desert]] - near the entrance to the SCW ([[Stoner Cement Works]]).
 
*[[Blaine County]] - northmost point of [[Paleto Bay]], at the top of the small hill, next to a trashcan and a bench.
 
*[[Blaine County]] - northmost point of [[Paleto Bay]], at the top of the small hill, next to a trashcan and a bench.
 
*[[Raton Canyon]] (see the map)
 
*[[Raton Canyon]] (see the map)
 
*East entrance of the [[Fort Zancudo]], behind a security booth.
 
*East entrance of the [[Fort Zancudo]], behind a security booth.
*Northeast of [[Richman (GTA V)|Richman]] - inside a gazebo in the corner of a large orange mansion.
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*Northeast of [[Richman (HD Universe)|Richman]] - inside a gazebo in the corner of a large orange mansion.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*The AK-47 was cut from [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]. The weapons model and textures still remains in the game files (ak47.dff and ak47.txd).
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===GTA III===
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*Interestingly enough, the GTA III version has a similar sound to the San Andreas' [[MP5]].
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===GTA Vice City===
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*The AK-47 was cut from [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]. The weapons model and textures still remains in the game files (ak47.dff and ak47.txd). These files contain the same texture and model as the GTA III variant, and it seems the developers were planning to reuse the GTA III model.
 
[[File:AK-47-GTAVC.png|200px|right|The unused AK-47 as found in the game files. Notice that the weapon uses the same textures from the GTA III.]]
 
[[File:AK-47-GTAVC.png|200px|right|The unused AK-47 as found in the game files. Notice that the weapon uses the same textures from the GTA III.]]
*The AK-47 in GTA IV strangely has two reload animations. When Niko is standing while reloading, he will cock the gun with his left hand, but when he is crouching while reloading, he will take "out" the magazine, puts "another" one in and cocks the gun. It is unknown why two reloading animations are present. These two reloading animations are also present with the [[M4]]. 
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*[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] is the only game in the [[3D Universe]] not to feature a AK-47.
*The AK-47's weapon skill seems to go up faster then most other weapons in San Andreas.
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===GTA San Andreas===
*Strangely enough, the GTA III version has a similar sound to the San Andreas' [[MP5]].
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*In Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, there is artwork of a Grove Street gang member holding an AK-47 over his shoulder, oddly enough, the gun doesn't seem to have a trigger, which would render it useless.
*In GTA LCS and GTA VCS, the AK-47 shares the same sound as the [[Ruger]].
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*The AK-47's weapon skill seems to go up faster than most other weapons in San Andreas.
*The AK-47 that was cut from GTA VC, found in the game files, has the same texture and model as the GTA III variant, it seems the developers were planning to reuse the GTA III model, the AK-47 is replaced by the [[Ruger]] in the final game
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===GTA LCS / VCS===
*[[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] is the only game in the [[3D Universe]] not to feauture a AK-47.
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*When comparing the Ruger in VC to the AK-47 in LCS and VCS, one can assume that the AK has a faster rate of fire compared to the Ruger. Their damage is identical, however.
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*In GTA LCS and GTA VCS, the AK-47 shares the same sound as the [[Ruger]] from GTA Vice City.
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===GTA IV===
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*The AK-47 in GTA IV strangely has two reload animations. When Niko is standing while reloading, he will cock the gun with his left hand, but when he is crouching while reloading, he will take "out" the magazine, puts "another" one in and cocks the gun. It is unknown why two reloading animations are present. These two reloading animations are also present with the [[M4]] and the [[Assault Shotgun]].
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*In the beta of GTA IV, the AK-47 appeared to look different and was similar to GTA V's AK-47 and had a different hand guard and a folding stock. It was known as the [[Zastava M70]], a Serbian variant of the AK-47.
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*In the HD Universe, it is called the Assault Rifle, rather than AK-47.
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===GTA V===
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*Strangely, in [[Grand Theft Auto V]], the extended magazine for the AK is modeled after a 40-round magazine, but contains 60 rounds. This was probably a developer oversight or mere convenience.
   
 
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AK-47
AssaultRifleGTAV

AK-47 in GTA V

Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (BETA)
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Grand Theft Auto Advance
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Grand Theft Auto IV
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
Grand Theft Auto V
Weapon type: Assault Rifle
Damage: High
Weight: Medium
Ammunition capacity: 30 rounds (in most games)
30 rounds (60 w/ Extended Clip) (GTA V)
Available from: Ammu-Nation
Unlocked After: Last Requests (GTA III)
Pier 69 (GTA San Andreas)
Deconstruction for Beginners (GTA IV)

The AK-47 is an assault rifle that appeared in every GTA game since Grand Theft Auto III, except in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City where it was cut during the development of game (and was replaced by the Ruger). The AK-47 is considered the most powerful assault rifle in most of the games.

Description Edit

The AK-47 fires powerful 7.62mm rounds and is the most powerful assault rifle available in the 3D Universe games (except in Grand Theft Auto III where the M16 is far more destructive). A headshot will behead the target. It does, however, have a low rate of fire, and suffers from tremendous recoil and accuracy problems with long range. It is a common sight in the hands of many gangs on the later missions throughout the games. The AK-47 does not appear in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, being replaced by the Ruger. However, it is found in the game's files. 

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In GTA IV, the AK-47 is referenced in-game as the Assault Rifle. It can be purchased from the back-alley gun shops for $3,500 and each additional magazine costs $80. It can also be purchased from Little Jacob for $2,450 with each additional magazine costing $55. Like almost all other guns, this a 1 headshot kill in single player and in multiplayer, a 2 headshot kill. It is the starting weapon when the weapons are set to assault rifles. This CANNOT be fired from a car, however it can be fired by a passenger in either a helicopter or boat. While the AK-47 is good, the M4 is somewhat balanced out - the AK-47 has greater power but the M4 has greater accuracy. The AK-47 is in 'poor weapons' range while the M4 is in the 'advanced' range. The extra firepower is not much in comparison to the M4 and is not required much since a single headshot from any weapon will kill any enemy in GTA IV (they are easy to pull off) and since the M4 has greater accuracy it is better if the player aims for the head.

VariationsEdit

  • GTA III (2001): The GTA III version of the weapon is the Romanian WASR-2 (note the magazine) and is mostly accurate, but appears smaller than it should be.
  • GTA San Andreas (1992): The GTA San Andreas version of the weapon is a Norinco Type 56, a Chinese clone of the original AK-47. It is often used in Gang Warfare. The model is significantly larger than it should be, being two-thirds as long as Carl Johnson is tall.
  • GTA Liberty City Stories (1998): The Liberty City Stories rendition is accurate, both by size and look.
  • GTA Vice City Stories (1984): Exactly the same as in Liberty City Stories.
  • GTA IV (2008): The version in-game is the AK-47. It is accurate in size, look, magazine size and overall performance. The AK-47 is more powerful, but not as accurate as the M4. One should note, however, as with the carbine rifle, the rifle has two different reload animations, where Niko will simply pull the charging handle while standing. However, when he crouches, he'll do a longer animation in which he pulls out the magazine, inserts the new one, and then racks the charging handle. It could be an error in the game by the game's developers.
  • A screenshot from The Lost and Damned shows Johnny Klebitz holding an AKMS instead of the AK-47.
  • GTA Chinatown Wars (2009): The Chinatown Wars variant appears to be another Romanian AK-47 WASR, having the plastic pistol grip. The upper handguard of the weapon has been removed, revealing the gas tube. These details are shown when it is found in a Dustbin. The HUD Icon shows a normal AK-47.
  • GTA V (2013): The model the AK-47 in Grand Theft Auto V is a Kalashnikov 60th Anniversary Airsoft AK-47 with a Norinco Type 56-2 black stock and an AK-74 front sight withouth the muzzle, evident by the folding stock and hooded front-sight. It can be seen in the trailer with green synthetic furniture. This version is superior to all pistols and SMGs. Although powerful, the Carbine Rifle is more accurate and slightly more powerful than the AK.

Customizations (GTA V)Edit

AttachmentsEdit

  • Grip (more stability, slightly increases accuracy) - $392
  • Flashlight (provides ilumination when aiming) - $472
  • Scope (mid-range zoom, slightly increases accuracy) - $2025
  • Suppressor (silences but slightly reduces damage and range) - $1937

CapacityEdit

  • Default clip (30 rounds) - Equipped by default
  • Rounds (60 rounds) - $36
  • Extended clip (60 rounds) - $322

ColorsEdit

  • Black (default) - Equipped by default
  • Army Tint (Desert sand) - $100
  • LSPD Tint (Metallic Blue) - $600

GalleryEdit

In-Game ModelEdit

HUD IconsEdit

Artworks/ScreenshotsEdit

LocationsEdit

GTA IIIEdit

  • Saint Mark's, Portland Island - In a secluded area behind Cipriani's Ristorante. From Cipriani's Ristorante, use the sidewalk on the south side of the block and head east. Proceed up the hill until you reach a driveway that cuts across the block. Go onto the driveway then turn west. Go to either the north or south of this building and continue west along the ledge. Go around the corner and proceed to the middle of the block. You should see a ramp leading down into the secluded area. The weapon icon is in the corner near the ramp and next to a body armor icon.
  • Trenton, Portland Island - On top of Liberty Pharmaceuticals (behind the large sign) near an adrenaline icon, a health icon, and a body armor icon. Jump from the elevated tracks near the northeast side of the large complex to access.
  • Fort Staunton, Staunton Island - Tucked beside a construction trailer underneath some ruins north of the sharp angled turn in the northeast part of the construction zone.
  • Newport, Staunton Island - Available to buy from Ammu-Nation after completion of Last Requests ($3,000).
  • Bedford Point, Staunton Island - At the southeast side of the building southeast of Liberty Cathedral (and next to a body armor icon).
  • Pike Creek, Shoreside Vale - In the parking area on the west side of Punk Noodles.
  • Safehouses - Spawn at each safehouse after collecting 70 Hidden Packages.

GTA AdvanceEdit

  • Available to buy from Ammu-Nation for $3000
  • Spawn at each safehouse after collecting 70 Hidden Packages.
AK-47-LocationsMap-GTASA
AK-47's locations map

GTA San AndreasEdit

GTA Liberty City StoriesEdit

GTA Vice City StoriesEdit

GTA Chinatown WarsEdit

GTA IVEdit

Dukes

Bohan

Algonquin

  • Castle Gardens - Can be found on the roof of the large brick structure near the fountain, where you meet Francis McReary for the mission Lure.
  • Colony Island - Can be found within one of the far rooms of the old hospital on the south side of the island. The hospital is the same from the mission The Snow Storm.

Alderney CityState of Alderney

GTA VEdit

AK47-GTAV-ratoncanyonlocation
Raton Canyon location.
RhenriqueAdded by Rhenrique

TriviaEdit

GTA IIIEdit

  • Interestingly enough, the GTA III version has a similar sound to the San Andreas' MP5.

GTA Vice CityEdit

  • The AK-47 was cut from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. The weapons model and textures still remains in the game files (ak47.dff and ak47.txd). These files contain the same texture and model as the GTA III variant, and it seems the developers were planning to reuse the GTA III model.
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GTA San AndreasEdit

  • In Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, there is artwork of a Grove Street gang member holding an AK-47 over his shoulder, oddly enough, the gun doesn't seem to have a trigger, which would render it useless.
  • The AK-47's weapon skill seems to go up faster than most other weapons in San Andreas.

GTA LCS / VCSEdit

  • When comparing the Ruger in VC to the AK-47 in LCS and VCS, one can assume that the AK has a faster rate of fire compared to the Ruger. Their damage is identical, however.
  • In GTA LCS and GTA VCS, the AK-47 shares the same sound as the Ruger from GTA Vice City.

GTA IVEdit

  • The AK-47 in GTA IV strangely has two reload animations. When Niko is standing while reloading, he will cock the gun with his left hand, but when he is crouching while reloading, he will take "out" the magazine, puts "another" one in and cocks the gun. It is unknown why two reloading animations are present. These two reloading animations are also present with the M4 and the Assault Shotgun.
  • In the beta of GTA IV, the AK-47 appeared to look different and was similar to GTA V's AK-47 and had a different hand guard and a folding stock. It was known as the Zastava M70, a Serbian variant of the AK-47.
  • In the HD Universe, it is called the Assault Rifle, rather than AK-47.

GTA VEdit

  • Strangely, in Grand Theft Auto V, the extended magazine for the AK is modeled after a 40-round magazine, but contains 60 rounds. This was probably a developer oversight or mere convenience.

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