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The legacy of the Kalashnikov

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WITH as many as 200 million in circulation it is the modern world’s most plentiful and efficient killing machine. Had he been alive, its inventor Mikhail Kalashnikov would have been 99 last week. David Pratt reflects on the bloody legacy of his famous rifle. .

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