Yugoslavian Zastava M70 AK Rifles
M70 AK style assault rifles made by Zastava Arms in Serbia, formerly Yugoslavia, designate M70 because it became the standard issue assault rifle of the Yugoslavian Army in 1970. The Yugoslavian M70 has some basic characteristics that make it easily identifiable as different that the Soviet AK. The most identifiable difference are the three cooling slots on the handguard, the light-colored elm wood furniture, black rubber buttplate and no receiver tangs on fixed-stock M70 rifles. The Zastava M70 rifles have a rifle grenade launcher sight and gas cut-off on the gas block. To launch the rifle grenades a 22 mm diameter grenade launching adapter is screwed on in place of the slant brake or other muzzle device.
The current stock has the following models available:
- M70B – intermediate version with machined milled receiver and fixed wood stock
- M70AB – version of the M70B with milled receiver under-folding metallic stock.
- M70B1 – variant with stamped steel RPK-type receiver (with thicker 1.5mm steel), fixed stock
- M70AB2 – version of the M70B1 with stamped receiver and under-folding metallic stock
Action: Full Auto
Magazine Capacity: 30 rounds
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