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    Almost a Ak-47:Type 81 Semi-Auto Rifle, 7.62x39, Fixed Stock $999.99

    Type 81 Semi-Auto Rifle, 7.62x39, Fixed Stock


    The Type 81 is a gas operated, magazine fed, semi-automatic rifle. It uses a short-stroke gas piston, located above the barrel, and a two-position gas regulator. The bolt group (of the rotating bolt type) is borrowed from the Type 63 rifle. Type 81 rifles also retains the Type 63 bolt hold-open device, which catches the bolt in the open position after the last round has been fired from magazine. Developed by the Chinese military as a replacement for their Type 56 rifles (license produced AK-47). Was designed to have a longer service life, higher accuracy, improved durability and better controllability in full automatic firing.

    The fire selector safety switch is located at the left side of the receiver, just above the pistol grip, and can be easily operated with the right hand thumb. The open sights are marked from 100 to 500 metres, with the front sight being mounted just ahead of the gas block.

    The Type 81 is used by multiple military and police forces across the globe.

    Comes with two 5/30 magazines. All parts and components are brand new production, not surplus. Non-restricted class.

    Chrome lined barrel and gas system
    Short stroke gas piston
    2 position gas regulator
    Last round bolt hold open
    Fixed Stock

    Caliber: 7.62x39mm
    Effective Range: 500m
    Method of Operation: Gas Operated; Rotating Bolt
    Length: 955mm
    Barrel Length: 475mm
    Weight, Empty: 3400g

    SKU RIFLE:700001548
    Manufacturer Poly Technologies
    Manufacturer Part # Type 81
    Caliber / Gauge 7.62x39
    Action / Type Semi-Automatic
    Condition New
    Classification Non-Restricted
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