NGS 1983 Polish AK47 Under folder
*DESCRIPTION: 1983 Polish under folder AKM47 with original surplus wood. Under folder locks up tight in the open and closed position.
*PARTS KIT: All matching military surplus parts kit.
*RECEIVER: Quality Morrissey receiver. Fully heat treated.
*SELECTOR MARKINGS: Proper engraved Polish military selector markings.
*BARREL: AoA 4150 Nitride (Melonite) lined barrel. Removable slant brake.
*SURPLUS FURNITURE: Very good condition.
*FINISH: The AKMS original bluing was in great shape so we left it with a BFPU look. We only matched the barrel and receiver to the rest of the kit.
*922r PARTS: Receiver, barrel, Tapco G2 trigger, and Magpul magazine
*WHATS INCLUDED: One Magpul 30 round magazine.
NGS 1983 Polish AKMS under folder with original bluing
Polish Kbk AKMS 7.62x39
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”. In the 1970’s Poland began production of the underfolder version of the AKM. Poland designated this rifle as the Kbk AKMS or “Short Battle Carbine Automatic Kalishnikov, Modernized with folding stock”. The rifle is the same as the fixed stock except for the Soviet pattern metal underfolding stock. Selector marking are same as the fixed stock utilizing the C and P nomenclature. The examples I have encountered consist of a painted, blued or phosphate finish. If the rifle has a phosphate finish, it usually indicates that the rifle is an arsenal re-work. Production ceased around 1992 in favor of the new vz.88 Tantal.