Archive for the 'Chinese' Category

25
Nov
08

Chinese NHM91

We had a chance to photograph this NHM-91 AK47 style rifle. It is a 7.62×39 The NHM-91 was built by Norinco and marketed in the U.S. by China Sports. Because it is so overbuilt and heavy, many think of it as a sporterized Chinese RPK style AK 47. The NHM91 has a stamped receiver and 20 heavy barrel. There is a short muzzle nut tack welded on

We had a chance to photograph this NHM-91 AK47 style rifle. It is a 7.62x39 The NHM-91 was built by Norinco and marketed in the U.S. by China Sports. Because it is so overbuilt and heavy, many think of it as a sporterized Chinese RPK style AK 47. The NHM91 has a stamped receiver and 20" heavy barrel. There is a short muzzle nut tack welded on

Chinese NHM91 Review - Click Here for full review

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1226634334&pid=1301

20
Oct
08

Polytech Model AK-47 / S

Here are some pictures of a Polytech Milled AK47 with a very low serial number, new in the box. Never fired and with the accessories it was imported with. This is a rare and interesting part of the AK47 history in the US, imported before the AWB in this configuration

Click Here for Full Review of Polytech Model AK-47 / S

Here are some pictures of a Polytech Milled AK47 with a very low serial number, new in the box. Never fired and with the accessories it was imported with. This is a rare and interesting part of the AK47 history in the US, imported before the AWB in this configuration

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1219025661&pid=1189

20
Oct
08

Chinese Type 63 / 68

The Chinese Type 63/68 is much like the American M14 rifle. It is called a Type 63 or Type 68 because the design was first issued in 1963 (the Chinese designation Type 63) and the rifle entered service within the PLA in 1968 (So it is called a Type 68 by the West). The final use of this weapon by the PLA was in 1978

Click Here for Full Review of Chinese Type 63 / 68

The Chinese Type 63/68 is much like the American M14 rifle. IT is called a Type 63 or TYpe 68 because the design was first issued in 1963 (the Chinese designation "Type 63") and the rifle entered service within the PLA in 1968 (So it is called a "Type 68" by Western experts). The final use of this weapon by the PLA was in 1978

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1218446214&pid=1183

20
Oct
08

Chinese Honor Guard SKS

Mostly, but not all, chromed metal parts on these Polished Chrome Parade Type-56 SKS. These also have a polished chrome SK blade style bayonet. Even the cleaning rod is polished chorme. Polished Chrome parts include the Soviet style blade bayonet, bolt, receiver cover, trigger and trigger guard, magazine and gas tube with top handguard even the sling has chromed attachments
This is not an AK47

Click Here for Full Review of Chinese Honor Guard SKS

Mostly, but not all, chromed metal parts on these Polished Chrome Parade Type-56 SKS. These also have a polished chrome SK blade style bayonet. Even the cleaning rod is polished chorme. Polished Chrome parts include the Soviet style blade bayonet, bolt, receiver cover, trigger and trigger guard, magazine and gas tube with top handguard even the sling has chromed attachments

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1211869972&pid=1036

20
Oct
08

BWK-92 and 84S-1

They are very much the same. Both are made in China by Norinco. Both are built to shoot 5.56x45mm (.223). The 84 S-1 is Pre-Ban (the underfolder) the BWK-82 (thumbhole) was imported during the ban. They share many of the same parts and are both very well made
Click Here for Full Review of BWK-92 and 84S-1

Here are two Chinese AK47s. They are very much the same. Both are made in China by Norinco. Both are built to shoot 5.56x45mm (.223). The 84 S-1 is Pre-Ban (the underfolder) the BWK-82 (thumbhole) was imported during the ban. They share many of the same parts and are both very well made

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1203920038&pid=874

20
Oct
08

MAK90 and BWK92

The 90 comes from the production date of 1990
The BWK-92 was imported in 1992

MAK90 and BWK92

Had a chance to photograph two MAK-90 AK47s that are in unfired condition. One is the standard 7.62x39 the other is 5.56x45 (.223) These two AKs37s are quite similar and were both imported from China before the Assault Weapons Ban. Because they were imported during the ban, they have no muzzle breaks (or threaded barrels), bayonet lugs or pistol grips. This Modification is where the M in MAK-90 comes from the 90 comes from the production date of 1990

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1200119404&pid=820

20
Oct
08

84S

This is a real nice example of a pre-ban AKM Stamped AK47)in 5.56×45 (.223). This one has the Triangle 66 mark on the trunnion and all the features that were banned not long after this one was imported. It has the bayo lug, threaded barrel and pistol grip.

Pre-Ban Norinco 84S in 5.56×45

This is a real nice example of a pre-ban AKM Stamped AK47)in 5.56x45 (.223). This one has the Triangle 66 mark on the trunnion and all the features that were banned not long after this one was imported. It has the bayo lug, threaded barrel and pistol grip.

http://www.ak47website.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1188024515&pid=584




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