The AKSU is a variant of the Soviet AKS-74 assault rifle, which has been severely cut down to submachinegun size and functionality. Like its parent weapon, it is gas-operated, and the two are internally identical except in the length of the barrel and gas tube. The AKSU has a skeletal stock that folds to the left, latching to the side of the weapon, and an unusual cylindrical flash suppressor. The weapon is somewhat difficult to control.

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