top of page

NGS Yugoslavian M70B1 with surplus wood furniture.

*Quality Nodak Spud receiver. Fully heat treated.
*Built from an all matching military surplus parts kit.
*Green Mountain Chrome lined barrel.
*Blued finish just like the original. I left as many parts as I could with the original blued finish. You can still see the purplish color on the gas block, rear sight base, trunnions, and front sight post.
*Proper Yugoslavian engraved selector markings.
*Includes one thirty round magazine.
*There is a small crack that has been repaired on the lower left hand guard. The repaired hand guard came with the parts kit.
*Small gouge on the lower right hand guard.

NGS Yugo M70B1 AK47 Battlefield Pick-up

Excluding Sales Tax |
Out of Stock
  • Yugoslavian Zastava M70B1 7.62x39


    During 1970, the Zastava manufacturing plant was given the task of improving the earlier M64 select fire design. What ensued, and which was eventually adopted was the Sutomatska Puska or the AP M70 series of rifles.  The AP M70 series was originally manufactured with a milled receiver. When Yugoslavia switched from the milled receiver AK variants to stamped, Zastava originally produced them with the industry standard 1mm thick receivers. Production started in the early to mid 1970’s and was referred to as the M70B1. One noticeable distinction that sets the M70B1 series apart from other AKM’s is the use of a gas cutoff valve on the gas block. This feature was used for the launching of rifle grenades. The M70 series also had a push button mechanism integrated into the rear trunnion. This mechanism was used to keep the receiver cover locked onto the receiver when firing rifle grenades. The Yugoslavian army soon discovered that the 1mm receivers were failing due to the added stresses of launching rifle grenades. To solve this problem, Zastava implemented a 1.5mm receiver and a bulged trunnion used on the RPK light machine gun. The 1mm version of the M70B1 was only in production for a very short time, replaced by the 1.5mm model. Interestingly enough, Zastava retained the M70B1 designation for the new 1.5mm model instead of a chronological increase like they did on other models. Early production M70b1’s have the Zastava markings on the left rear sight block. This practice was discontinued after 1986, leaving the sight block unmarked. Selector markings are designated as U, R, and J. The M70 series is still in production today, in one form or another.

bottom of page