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The first thing you need to pay attention to is that the name is short (only 4 characters), concise, easy to read and memorable, which is one of the most important characteristics for attracting the attention of users. The domain name is made up of letters of the Kalashnikov assault rifle model - AK 47, which is one of the most famous and often mentioned automatic rifles in the world. This domain is perfect for weapon and army related sites.

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