AK-47 identification
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    AK-47 identification

    Can anyone identify this marking and country of origin?
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    Need more pics of the other side, the barrel and stock. What is the trunnion marked with?
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    From the partial picture (More pictures of more of the weapon would be useful), it looks as though it might be a Zastava M92 of some form?
    As for the marking is the gun live firing or deactivated? Not sure otherwise.
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    Im with KMFDM, either a M92(7.62) or M85(5.56) based on the hinged topcover.

    ETA: I think all m85's had standard Yugo bulged trunnions, so that may be out
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    M92 from Serbia/Zastava.
    A M85 would have a bulged front trunnion.
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    I believe the Chinese made the 90 degree (straight cut) on the front grunion as opposed to all others using a slant cut.
    Do I have it all wrong?

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    The weapon pictured is not Chinese. It is Serbian/Zastava.

 

 

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