mmm an ak-74 its too loudest... do u think that? houndreds of zombis hear that noise and they run like bitchies to bit u... i think than the best weapon is a tmp silenced... or better... a snipe rifle silenced .... a AWP i think xD
i m sory if u dont understand me so much... its because than i m from argentina and mi english is bad ...
mmm una ak-74 es una buena eleccion pero... acaso pensaste en el ruido q hace? cientos de zombis te escucharian y correrian para arañarte el cu** y eso la verdad no me parese una ventaja en campo abierto
Una mejor arma para distancias cortas seria una TMP silenciada ... o mejor todavia! ... un francotirador silenciado... un AWP creeria yo xD
It really depends on the weapons being compared. An M1 Garand is powerful, reliable, and pretty damn durable, but it's also heavy, limited in capacity, and hard to control during rapid fire. I would take the newer M14 over it, just as I would take the SCAR-H over the M14. Some weapons are better than their predecessors, some are not. The best weapon is one that you feel is the best compromise between ergonomics, mag capacity, durability, reliability, spare parts comonality, and your experiance with it.
One thing the older rifles have over newer ones is the bayonet. While it is true that M4s still have a bayonet lug, considering how light they are, and how the upper receiver wobbles on most of them, I would not want to use it for bayonet fighting. An M16 would be ok, but an M14, FAL, or another, older rifle would be my preference there.
I guess that depends on what your idea of surviving during a zpoc is. I personally won't be going around looking for zeds to kill. I will be killing them if I have to, and have no option to retreat. The idea of killing them to try to wipe them out is both useless and stupid. If I need something thats going to reach out over 50-100 yards I have obviously failed in my plan to stay away from. Modern AR15's even with shorter barrels are good well over 100 yards anyways. My AR has a 14" barrel, and a 2 inch muzzle break on it. I have made shots at the range at 400+ yards with it, so Im pretty sure Im good there. Ive made shots with my AK and its milled barrel at 400+ as well, so Im fairly comfortable with either one of them. Don't get me wrong I have owned, and shot mosin nagants. However, their very long and cumbersome to carry. This is the one thing I will say about older weapons versus newer ones. Older weapons were built a little more rugged.....however their parts aren't as easy to come by and there for will make them more of a liability during a apocalypse. If my AR breaks down I know that I break into any locked abandoned gun store and find all the parts I need to fix my firearm even if all the guns are taken. There will still be parts in those gun stores, because the average shooter is almost clueless when it comes to work and maintaineance.