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NGS 1979 Polish AKM Fixed Stock AK 47


*DESCRIPTION: 1979 Polish Fixed Stock AKM47 with original surplus wood.

*PARTS KIT: All matching military surplus parts kit except for sight leaf. The selector lever appears to match but is to faint for me to read.

*RECEIVER: Quality Morrissey receiver. Fully heat treated.

*SELECTOR MARKINGS: Proper engraved Polish military selector markings.

*BARREL: AoA 4150 Nitride (Melonite) lined barrel. Removable muzzle nut.

*SURPLUS FURNITURE: Very good condition.

*FINISH: This kit came to use with factory paint so we applied John Norrell moly resin to match the original finish.

*922r PARTS: Receiver, barrel, RAK-1 trigger, and Tapco magazine

*WHATS INCLUDED: One Tapco 30 round magazine.

NGS 1979 Polish AKM Fixed Stock AK-47

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    As with other Warsaw Pact countries, Poland adopted and began the manufacture of a stamped receiver in the 1960’s. The rifle was designated the “Kbk AKM” or “Short Battle Carbine Automatic Kalashnikov Modernized”. Early versions of the AKM used hardwood furniture where later models used the typical Russian style laminate furniture with palm swell lower handguard. Polish AKM’s are an exact copy of the traditional Russian style AKM except for the selector markings. Selector marking are labeled with a C and P. The finish on the Polish AKM’s was either blued or black paint. In my experience there is not set date for which Poland switched from bluing to paint. I have found examples of early models painted and later models blued. The fixed stock version of the AKM ended in 1980’s after which only the AKMS was produced.

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