Mmmm...this is real pokazuha we were talking about Looks like all these shows begin with "shooting birds" from PK
4 LEGEND: As long as I see at the link you've got, you can possibly get into this museum, but you should ask a permission 2-3 weeks ahead. There's a phone number below, try it. Usually, to get something done is easier by phone )) "Any attempts of the citizens of NO Russian Federation (including former-USSR) to visit museum with the Russian visitors could be qualified as the UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS. The violator could be accused in the ESPIONAGE. " This phrase means that if someone of natives tries to get you into the Kubinka both of you might be accused with espionage.
Anyway, I doubt that's impossible for you to visit this collection. Try contacts you found and give'em info they need. I think they'll let you in, but they might give you a guide with responsibility to watch over you )) No big deal if you really want to get there.
I think only training units use them or this pic should belong 1970 era...
I know that the official standard assault rifle in the Russian military is the AK-74M, but I have herd of some soldiers using older AKM or AKMS rifles becuase their bullets have more stopping power. A few may use the newer AK-103 but I imagine its hard to come by, just like the AN-94.
The AKM, AK-47 and AK-103 all shoot the 7.62x39mm bullet, which has more stopping power than the newer 5.45x39mm ammo; but it doesn't pierce armor as well (which isn't really a big deal since most terrorist don't wear highly expensive top quality body armor).