Bulgarian AK74 fixed stock with surplus wood furniture.
*All marked parts match.
*Quality Morrissey receiver. The same company that makes NoDak Spud receivers. Fully heat treated.
*4150 AoA Nitride (melonite) barrel.
*Surplus wood is in very good condition.
*Black John Norrell Moly Resin finish. Looks just like the original
*Bulgarian Cyrillic engraved selector markings.
*Side plate for optics
*Includes 1 Tapco thirty round magazine, Oiler, and cleaning kit.
*922r compliant parts consist of: Receiver, barrel, G2 trigger group, and Tapco 30 round magazine.
NGS Bulgarian AK74 All Matching
Bulgarian AR-M1 AK 74
During the 1980’s Bulgaria adopted the Soviet 5.45x39 cartridge and began producing AK 74’s from Russian supplied parts. The Trunnions were blank, or had Russian arsenal marks, and the selector markings were Russian Cyrillic characters. The state owned Arsenal J.S. Factory eventually started indigenous production of their version of the Soviet AK 74. Bulgaria designated this rifle as the AR-M1. Early models of the AR-M1 used hardwood furniture and later evolved to the more robust laminate furniture. By the late 1980’s the Bulgarians began using polyamide plastics for furniture. The Bulgarian AR-M1 are almost identical to the traditional Soviet design. Bulgarian selector markings consist of Cyrillic AB and EД.