Not a hundred percent accurate but interesting nevertheless. I dig the color-coding, it does a decent job of showing shared relationships. Also Russia is correctly bright-ass red.
I basically just organized it so same/similar guns are the same color. That being said, don’t get all over my nuts about how “Hurr derr tha RK95 isn’t an AK47 because the sights r hurbitty derbutty derr…” I know, but its an AK pattern gun. There’s other examples that follow that same convention.
- AK63 (Hungary)
- BD08 (Bangladesh)
- M21 (Serbia)
- RK95 (Finland)
- TYPE 56 (Cambodia, Laos)
- TYPE 81 (Algeria)
are all AK-47s.
- PA MD 86 (Romania)
- TYPE 88 (DPRK)
- 96 Beryl (Poland)
are all AK74s.
- The M96 (Denmark) is an M4.
- The Imbel MD-2 (Brazil) is an FAL.
- The AK4 (Estonia) is a G3.
- The FX-05 (Mexico) is a G36 clone.
- The AK5 (Sweden) is a modified FNC.
- The R4 (South Africa) is a Galil.
- The K11 (UAE) is this thing.
- The Pindad SS2 (Indonesia) is this.
- The Emerk (Burma) is this.
- The INSAS (India) is this.
It may not be completely accurate, and it is missing a couple of countries (you know what you did, Montenegro) but that doesn’t make it less impressive.