"I wanted a light machine gun, something that would scare friends and adversarys alike. Something big and heavy something like a saw or m60. Sadly most of those options are way out of my price range. So a friend told me to get the RPK, but at the moment I was reserved to US guns, psh a Russian gun pass.... I bought the gun, and let me tell you, no not you the other guy, ya you, people fear the gun. With 800 rounds per mag, and 400 fps, people will call their hits. If they don't be like me, shoot them until you hear screams while they run away.
400 fps + 800 Rounds= Pain, regret, sorrow, but also smugness, an appetite for screams, and a overwhelming supply of gratitude of fellow teammates.
800 rounds per clip( winding like a fiend)
Will use ak mags, short, extended, highcap, and drums.
Bi-pod included, while it dose tend to open at inconvenience times, laying down in snake infested woods and waiting to mow the enemy down is a plus. Did I mention the snakes?
It's tough, I've dropped it, scratched it, inserted it into the ground while meeting the floor.
Now the Cons:
It's heavy, Do you like working out, do you love heavy, long objects, then do we have the gun for you. But seriously, it's not a light gun, it will strain your arms, so grab a strap or find something to set it on. Remember lift with your legs, not your back.
The mags are plastic, be careful, don't be like me and snap the plastic tab. After 3 months of loving abuse, her mags broke. Do yourself a favour, buy metal mags, evike sells them for about the same as the plastic ones. Also you'll love winding till the cows come home.
And that's about it, a heavy Long gun that shoots hail fire and feeds on the screams of the young and old. Bring extra mags, upgrade to a drum, hold the trigger down till they beg for mercy and most of all, enjoy it as much as I do.
"I've had this thing for over three years, and despite some external flaws, this thing is still chugging along.
*Decent Range and accuracy
*Great rate of fire
*Great internal durability
*Mainly all the cons relate to external part problems:
*The selector switch very quickly got screwed up and now it needs duct tape to keep it from falling straight to semi-automatic.
*Pistol grip feels really cheap (though still very durable).
*Charging handle broke
*Rear sight just fell out during a game and lost it, easily replaceable, but still a pain.
*Bi-pod gets loose very quickly.
Despite all the external jank, this thing will keep firing.