In 1965, the Hungarians started producing a modified copy of the AK-47s they were already locally building (called by the Hungarians the AKM-63). They chopped the barrel, added a muzzle brake, and replaced the plastic stock they were using for the AKM-63 with a folding metal stock. This version AMD65 assault rifle is built with a forward pistol grip for more control intended for airborne troops. It was developed from the AKM rifle.
A fantastic condition example deactivated in 1992 with all moving parts. Action cocks and dry fires and it is field strippable.
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