Th e Hungarians made an interesting variant of the AK known as the AMD-65. It had a folding stock, short barrel, unique muzzle brake, a front sheet metal handguard that is lower only, a gas tube that doesn’t have retainers for a gas tube cover (because it doesn’t useone) and, finally, the AMD-65 used two unique shaped grips in the front and the rear for better control while firing.
This is Joe’s AMD-65 and you can see he has a rifle-length barrel, wrapped the folder and added two of our AMD-65 grips in Dark Russian Plum. The grips have our blasted matte finish that makes them non-slip even when wet.
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This is John’s Zastava O-PAP. You can tell because it notably does not have the flip up grenade sign on the gas block. It definitely has clean lines and you can see the bulged trunnion that is another clear indicator that this is the heavier duty O-PAP and not the N-PAP.
John’s rifle has one of our Yugo M70 grips on it. The Yugoslavians and Zastava saved money by using this unique ergonomic grip on a number of their models including the various favors of the M70, M72, M85, and M92.
John’s grip is colored black and has our matte/blasted finish for a sure “hold” even when wet.