KBK AK GN – Polish version of the Kalashnikov machine gun.
Pretty special version. The abbreviation GN means adaptation of the weapon to launching grenades. To do this, you had to close the gas regulator and screw a special extension onto the barrel. Additionally, an additional shock absorber could be attached to the stock. A special “blind” cartridge with an increased powder charge was used to throw grenades. Its force sometimes caused the cover of the cartridge chamber to fall off, hence the GN has an additional latch blocking its opening. The GN skeleton is milled, which made it possible to transfer increased stresses associated with throwing grenades.
We rarely use our GN, on request (no extra charge) and only for shooting from standard live ammunition.