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File:AKMS and AK-47 DD-ST-85-01270.jpg


Top: AKMS (older-style wood handguard typical of AK-47 fitted) with type IV receiver; bottom: AK-47 with type II receiver
14 Nov 1984
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A Soviet 7.62 mm AKM assault RIFLE with a folding double-strut stock and a 30-round magazine, top, compared with a standard Soviet AK-47 assault RIFLE, bottom


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