Oh fuck yeah a Semi Auto RPK-74M
GOD FUCKING DAMN IT
Are these rare in the US? From what I understand Molot isn't banned in the US.
>any russian gun on gunbroker or any listing
>SKS AK47 AKM AK74 KRINKOV MOSIN NAGANT
Yeah rpk74m's are pretty fucking rare/expensive
Arsenal used to make them but they had 45 degree gas blocks for some fuck fuck reason
Rare, not really, expensive, hell yes. And I don't think such baby killing weapons will make it into the US...
>vzbro I know you're out there somewhere
Reporting, it was a long night. I'm SO glad I got one though. It's by far the closest thing that exists to a legit rpk-74, folder stock and everything. I'm definitely monitoring that auction to see what it goes for.
If there was a 545 version, I'd probably have that instead. But preferably both calibers because it's a nice rifle for 556. I'd been looking for an excuse to get into 556 for a while and found it.
to my knowledge no, since the rpk is already stamped so it would be redundant. I don't know much about rpk's
supposedly you get minor bullet shearing with 45 degree gas blocks with 5.45 so that's why they switched to 90. I may of made a mistake since basically every picture of rpk74m's have 45 degree gas blocks instead of 90's. Weird but it's there
>Also, for export purposes, Russia produces 7,62mm RPKM light machine guns, which use same polymer furniture as RPK-74M but chambered for old 7,62x39 ammunition