AK-200 mislabeled as AK-400/12
This page uses images of both the AK-200 and AK-400/12 rifles, stating that the AK-200 IS an AK-400/12. This is incorrect, the AK-400/12 has it's rear sight at the rear of the dustcover, not at the rear of the handguard, and it's front sight is built onto the gas block, it is not a separate front sight post. Finally, the handguard has a cutout in the center and lacks the bump on the rear of the bottom surface, which the 200 series features.
If you don’t get the lingo I’m using, understandable, most won’t. In this guide, I’ve included a comparison with the differences circled. https://imgur.com/a/35tnxEE
Look at the images on your own article, look at the bottom of the handguard, the front sight post, and the rear sight block, and you will see that you have two different rifles that you both refer to as the AK-400. ONLY the second image (with the yellow and black digital camouflage) is an AK-400/12. The first one, with the tan camouflage is the AK-200, but you call it a 400/12. Googling “AK-400” and clicking on google images shows the thumbnail of your article, which is a 200, mislabeled.
This article was written by Christopher Woody, I couldn’t find a way to contact Woody directly, but this seemed the best way to do it.