Taking your right hand off to charge is a possibility, but then you have to transition back, which will slow you down in a firefight. Remember to slap your bolt back hard and let the spring bring it forward. Don't ride the slide back. This is true with auto pistols as well. (another day)
I'm sure I'm going to get several ppl tell me that my technique is wrong. But, truth be told there are many ways to fry an egg. You need to practice with all of them and use the one for the right situation. When I went through firearms training (16 week course), we practiced one handed reloading, one handed firing, firing with your weak hand, firing prone, firing on your back, firing from a vehicle, firing at a moving target, firing while being a moving target... you get the idea. I didn't use weaver stance for hardly any of those situations and neither should you. The techniques demonstrated above are ideal and should suit most AK-47 users just well.
(BTW, the firearm above is a MAK-90 sporter made by Norinco with a Chinese scope mounted on a NcStar dust cover and a Czech plastic magazine.)
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