I am no expert here but I do know that Soviet military weapon denotations always include the year of adoption. For example The AK47 was first adopted by the Soviet Govt in 1947. The M44 was adopted in 1944, etc. If there is something called an AK15 it is definately not an "official" Kalashnikov variant.
Are you sure they didnt say AR15?
The worst kind of slave is the one who thinks he is free...
The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to permit the conquered eastern people to have arms. History teaches thet all conquerors who have allowed thir subject race to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by doing so...Adolf Hitler...4/11/1942
I read in a news article after 9-11 about a reporter in Afghanistan that was talking to a 15 year-old boy who had, and I quote, a "300 millimeter handgun in his waistband".
So, your "AK15" was probably the result of another ignorant person....
We had a news report a few years back, where they asked this lady (who knew nothing about guns, so why'd they ask her??) what kind of gun she saw the perp (ahem . . . ALEDGED perp) using in the crime. She said it was a "three-eighty magnum". Wow, I didn't know they made 'em!
I was recently talking with a female coworker, and told her of my SKS. Upon hearing it was a military semiautomatic rifle, she asked me, "don't you need a special license for those?"
Ah, another victim of left-wing liberal news media!
I tend to agree with everything said here. I get asked all the time how I can legally own an AK47 let alone the 4000 rounds of FMJ ammo in the closet. It seems the media really has given naive people some VERY wrong impressions about guns, gun ownership and the relative "dangers" of both.
Now back to that 300mm semi-automatic handgun that kills with every shot! I'm gonna call J&G right now and see if I can get it with a C&R Permit. LOL