NGS 1964 second year production Romanian Md.63 AK47 Surplus Wood
*DESCRIPTION: 1964 Romanian Md.63 AKM47 with original surplus wood furniture.
*PARTS KIT: All parts match except top cover and recoil spring. This is normal for a firearm that is over 50 years old.
*RECEIVER: Quality ReCreator Blanks reciever. Fully heat treated. Receiver serial number matches the kit.
*SELECTOR MARKINGS: Proper military Romanian selector markings.
*BARREL: Orignal Romanian chromel ined CHF barrel. Removable slant muzzle nut.
*SURPLUS FURNITURE: Good condition. I leave furniture in "as is" condition for authenticity. Includes the proper hardwood furniture including the hardwood pistol grip.
*FINISH: Finished in John Norrell moly resin.
*922r PARTS: Receiver, Tapco G2 trigger group, and Tapco or Magpul magazine
*WHATS INCLUDED: One 30 round Magpul magazine.
NGS Romanian Md.63 with original CHF barrel
Romanian PM md. 63, 7.62x39 AK47
Following the Soviets lead with the adoption of the stamped receiver AKM, the Romanians began to tool up for the indigenous production of the full stock version of the Russian AKM. The Romanians designated this new model as the Pistol Mitraliera model 1963 (PM md. 63). The export version of the md. 63 was the AIMS. The export version was identical to the md. 63 with the exception of the selector markings. Selector markings for the military issued md. 63 consist of the letters S, FA, and FF. The export version selector markings were S, A, and R. Most md. 63 rifles placed in service prior to the late 1970’s use a muzzle nut, as the slant muzzle breaks did not enter service until the late 1970s. Early models of the md.63 also used hardwood palm swelled lower handguards and buttstocks, instead of the laminate furniture and signature “dongle”. My research has found the years 1963-1965 used hardwood palm swelled front lower handguards. The Romanians were notorious for interchanging serialized parts so it is very difficult to find a rifle or parts kit that is all matching.