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Mfg Item #: RDI RAK308-C : RAK308
NOTE: The item in the photo is a sample. Units are NIB. Each has a slightly different wood grain pattern.
NOTE: This listing has both in-stock units and "Pre Order" units coming in. We should see the additional units in 3-5 Days.
This is a milled receiver AK rifle, chambered in .308 WIN caliber and built by Riley Defense on a mil-spec, surplus kit (YUGO) with adequate American components to make it 922r compliant. The wood furniture has the markings, dents, and dings illustrating the battlefield-pickup origins of this rifle and ranging in color from light to dark brown.
We believe the surplus kit to be a Zastava M77 B1. This battle rifle was developed and manufactured by Zastava Arms in Serbia (formerly Yugoslavia). It was introduced in 1977. It is a derivative of the Zastava M70 chambered in 7.62×51mm with an enlarged receiver and a Western-style flash suppressor. It was a gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed, selective-fire battle rifle with a fixed wooden stock. Early versions had a milled receiver and an adjustable gas block with flip-up rifle grenade sights.
See below for rifle characteristics:
Solid wood fixed stock, upper and lower hand guards and Black polymer grip.
Caliber: .308 Winchester
Milled Receiver (mil-spec, heat treated and made by TORTORT)
4150 Nitride Barrel (19.65" length), 14x1 LH thread
FORGED bolt and carrier; both polished finish
CNC Machined scope mount side rail
Front and rear sight (Nighttime & adjustable)
Adjustable gas system with 3 settings
Original, 20-round, Steel magazine (M77B)
Semi-automatic closed-bolt action
41.5" in length and weighs 9.5 lbs
Range: 600yds (effective)