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Lee Armory Romanian BFPU AK-47 7.62×39 Rifle

$699.00

Romanian Military Parts Kit
Lee Armory Enhanced Receiver
– X, Y Full Auto Embossed Markings
– Rails corrected to prevent Bolt Carrier Jump
– CNC Drilled Trunnion Holes
– CNC Drilled Scope Mount Holes
– Selector notch for Semi Auto
– Morrissey Variance, Properly Heat Treated Receiver.
– 4150 Vanadium Steel Barrel
* Nitrided at 1200 Degrees
– Domed, Flush Rivets
– Tapco G2 Enhanced Trigger w/ Polished Hammer
– 1 Magazine
– BFPU Finish
– Limited Lifetime Warranty
– RS Regulate Mount Compatible

* Lower hand guard color may vary from dark to dirty brown. May have trench art. No hand select
* Items are Battlefield Pickup, expect finish wear and well.. Battlefield!

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Description

In the early 1960s, the Romanian Army used mostly PPSh-41, Oriţa submachine guns and imported AK-47 rifles. With the development of the stamped Type 4 AKM receiver, and the Soviet Union’s call to each of the Warsaw Pact’s nations to produce their own assault rifles chambered in 7.62mm, be they AK-47 pattern or not, the Romanian State Arsenal developed an AKM clone featuring a forward-pointing front handgrip molded into the lower handguard, called the Pistol Mitralieră model 1963 (literally ‘machine pistol’ model 1963). The underfolding stock version is designated the Pistol Mitralieră model 1965, and features a rear-pointing front handgrip, allowing the underfolding stock to be completely retracted.

Features
The PM md. 63/65 is almost identical to the AKM/AKMS, and thus is simple, inexpensive to manufacture, and easy to clean and maintain. The bore and chamber, as well as the gas piston and the interior of the gas cylinder, are generally chromium-plated. This plating dramatically increases the life of these parts by resisting corrosion and wear. Most md. 63/65 rifles lack a muzzle brake, but instead use a muzzle nut, as muzzle brakes entered production only in the late 1970s.

2 comments

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    John Says :

    March 15, 2018 at 5:25 pm

    Very nice ak47. Very happy with the gun. Shoots great. Take any kind of mags.

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    Mark Says :

    April 12, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    Just received my BFPU this week. Awesome rifle. Very well put together. Highly recommended.

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