1994 Polish Tantal AK74 side folding stock with surplus furniture.
*All parts match including the receiver.
*Introducing our builds using quality ReCreator Blank receivers. These receivers are among the top ranked for authenticity. Fully heat treated.
*Green Mountain chrome lined barrel.
*Surplus furniture is in very good condition.
*Black John Norrel Moly Resin finish. Matches the original finish exactly. Traditional Tantals are finished in black not the greyish Parkerizing on cobbled together Tantals
*The muzzle brake was traditionally blued so we left the brake original.
*Polish engraved selector markings on both side of the receiver.
*Includes one thirty round magazines, oil bottle, and stripper clip. This batch of kits did not come with accessories.
* 922r parts include receiver, barrel, Tapco G2 trigger, and Tapco 30 round mag.
NGS 1994 Polish Kbk wz. 88 Tantal AK74
Polish Kbk wz. 88 Tantal
Design work on this rifle officially began in 1984 at the government-owned Ośrodek Badawczo-Rozwojowy (OBR) in the city of Radom at the request of the Polish Ministry of Defense (the OBR institute had already been studying a possible 5.45mm weapon platform since late 1980). In 1985, the weapon’s parameters were confirmed and factory tests were conducted by the end of that year. In 1986 the first batch of prototypes was fabricated for evaluation and qualification testing. These early prototypes, initially designated wz. 1981, were modeled on the Soviet 5.45mm AK-74 assault rifle and emphasized a high degree of parts commonality with the AKM rifle. As the weapon was intended to be able to launch rifle grenades, a newly designed, multi-functional muzzle device and a sturdier folding shoulder stock were used (the wire stock is a copy of the wire stock used on the East German MPi-KMS-72rifle). By the end of 1987 the rifle was extensively overhauled and improved (among the changes made, a series of components were introduced that were meant to be interchangeable with the AK-74, including the bolt carrier, bolt, magazines and the burst fire mode was further refined). In January 1988, these product improved prototypes were again evaluated, and in 1989 the rifle was declared to have met its requirements, followed by an order for a pre-production batch, which was manufactured that same year. In 1990 the rifles were successfully evaluated and then transferred for final operational testing. In 1991 the rifle was introduced into service with the Polish Army as the 5.45 mm karabinek wz. 1988 (kbk wz. 88).