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Version 1.02
Category Weapons > Ranged
Type Assault Rifle
Cartridge 5.56mm Rounds
Repairable With Gun Cleaning Kit
Size 24 Slots (8x3)
Weight 3 kg (7 lb)
Absorbency 0%
Fire Modes Semi-Auto, Full-Auto
Range ~500m
Rate of Fire ~600 rounds/min
Noise 3 (Loud)
Zeroing 100m
Magazines 30Rnd AK101 Mag
Optics PSO-1 Scope
1PN51 Scope
Kobra Sights
P1-87-L Scope
Handguards KA Wooden Handguard
KA Polymer Handguard
KA Rail Handguard
Buttstocks KA Wooden Buttstock
KA Folding Buttstock
KA Polymer Buttstock
Muzzles Normalized Suppressor
Plastic Bottle Suppressor
Illumination Universal Flashlight
Bayonets KA Bayonet
Wraps Ghillie Rifle Wrap
Location Military
Rarity Very Rare
Selective-fire assault rifle fed from a detachable magazine. Export version of modernized KA-74M with compatible attachments. Uses 5.56x45mm rounds. — In-game description

An assault rifle of the Kalashnikov series designed for the world export market. It is designed with modern and composite materials, including plastics that reduce weight and improve accuracy. The disassembly procedure for the AK-101 is identical to that of the AK-74. The AK-101 has an attachment rail installed on the side of the receiver for mounting scopes and other optical sights, which will accept most types of Russian and European AK optics. The AK-101 has a 415 mm (16.3 in) barrel with an AK-74 style muzzle brake attached to the barrel to control muzzle climb.


Weapon attachments are any accessories or devices that attach to a firearm in order to add, improve or modify the weapon's functionality or performance. In DayZ Standalone these attachments take the form of sights/optics, handguards, buttstocks, muzzle devices, barrel and handguard attachments and gun wraps.


Sights and Optics







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