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"This more recent variant of the most manufactured gun fires a lighter caliber than its predecessor. Provides adequate range rate of fire."
— In-game description


The AK-74M is an assault rifle featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege in the Operation Wind Bastion expansion pack. It is available for use by the GIGR Operator Nomad.

Overview

In game, the AK-74M is by all standards an average assault rifle with fairly manageable recoil but somewhat of a slow fire rate. Unlike other assault rifles, the AK-74M features a hefty 40-round magazine, making it a flexible weapon choice for critical situations. Nomad's Airjab Launcher prevents the rifle unable from equipping any foregrips, making recoil slightly harder to control than other assault rifles.

Weapon Attachments

Sight
Barrel
Under Barrel

Trivia

  • The AK-74M uses accessories from Magpul Industries of an MOE AK Stock, MOE AK+ Pistol Grip, and a MOE AK Handguard including a Railed AK rear sight from Strike Industries. The magazine used to be a 7.62×39 Waffle-Patterned magazine during Operation Wind Bastion, but was switched to a Bakelite 5.45×39 magazine in Operation Burnt Horizon. In reality, these magazines would only hold a maximum of 30 rounds instead of the game's 40.
  • The AK-74M has a unique Reflex Sight based on the Steiner Micro Reflex Sight similar to Clash's SPSMG9 red dot but uses a Green Triangle reticle like the default Reflex instead.
  • Despite the fact that it is refered to as the AK-74M, and the text blurb about it mentions that the gun uses a lighter caliber, the model for the gun is actually a Century Arms WASR-10, which is an American-made clone of the AKM chambered in 7.62×39mm.
    • The weapon model has the words "WASR-10 Cal. 5.45×39mm" written on the side of the receiver. In reality, only the WASR-2 variant is chambered in 5.45.
    • Additionally, as they were intended for the civillian market, WASR rifles are semi-automatic only.
    • As stated above, the magazine also used to be a more curved 7.62×39mm, and eventually swapped to a straighter 5.45×39mm magazine. This change was appropriate for an "AK-74M", but does not remedy the fact that the WASR-10 itself does not chamber 5.45mm, nor the fact that only certain WASR-10 rifles can actually accept conventional double-stack AK magazines.
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