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NGS 1970 Romanian Md. 65 Underfolder AK47 Surplus Wood


*DESCRIPTION: 1970 Romanian Md. 65 underfolder AKM47 with original surplus wood.

*PARTS KIT: All matching military surplus. Dongle serial is to faded to make out.

*RECEIVER: Quality Morrissey receiver. Fully heat treated.

*SELECTOR MARKINGS: Proper engraved Romanian military selector markings.

*BARREL: AoA 4150 Nitride barrel. Removable muzzle nut.

*SURPLUS FURNITURE: Good condition with some nicks and dings. Some trench art on the upper hand guard. I leave all furniture "as is" for authenticity. 

*FINNISH: Battlefield pickup look.

*922r PARTS: Barrel, Receiver, RAK-1 trigger, and Magpul or Tapco magazine

*WHATS INCLUDED: One Tapco 30 round magazine.

NGS 1970 Romanian Md.65 Underfolder

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  • Romanian PM md. 65, 7.62x39 AK47


    Romanian PM md. 65, 7.62x39 AK47

    In 1965 the Romanian PM md. 65 stamped receiver folding stock variant entered service. The md. 65 was designated as the Pistol Mitraliera model 65. The export version was designated as the AIMS. Early versions of the md. 65 used steel strut arms similar to those used on the milled receiver Russian AKS. Early models also used hardwood palm swelled lower handguards. Later models used stamped struts and the iconic “dongle”. The only difference between the md. 65 and md. 63 was the rear pointing front lower handgrip.  The rear pointing “dongle” allowed the underfolding stock to be completely retracted. Other than the folding stock, the md. 65 is an exact copy of the PM md. 63. Selector markings for the military issued md. 65 consist of the letters S, FA, and FF. The export version selector markings were S, A, and R. Most md 65 rifles use a muzzle nut, as the slant muzzle breaks did not enter service until the late 1970s. The navy is the only remaining largescale operator of the md 65 due to its compact size.

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