How do I tell how old my amd is by the SN. They are not marked like the other romy's I have seen....Thanks
This is what I came up with on this sight:http://www.sunblest.net/gun/index.htmozwald said:the kit i got back when they were $60 had '74' stamped by the barrel pin
i just assumed that was its date stamp
Yes there are a number of markings. Yes is a true AMD 65 not a romy. Is there a spot you want to look. they are on the barrel and on the front trunion by the barrel pin hole. there might be more. Thankskalasnyikov.hu said:Dear rtg!
Do you have any identifications in your AMD? (by the way, the AMD is not romy, but hungy! This is why you are in the Hungarian forum, I think)
I fyou have some, I could ask the designer, Karoly Zala about it.
It would be actual soon anyway to talk with him, because of the new NGM/NGV article.
Forget about the wood grips already. They never came out of the factory like that. By the way the AKM-63s came with plastic since 1964 too.rtg said:If you have a wooden pistol grip, you have a 1966-1969 made gun.They used plastic pistol grips 1970-1980.That is the best I can do, and even these years are educated estimates.Las
The number on the top of the barrel is 144265 the next number on the barrel is VU 596 the stamp on the barrel in a couple of places under the gas tube on the borrom of the FSB and around the barrel pin is a number 42 inside of a circle. I hope this helps Pleas see Pic'skalasnyikov.hu said:Hi!
A picture tells more than thousands of words...
Hi!Bret said:kalasnyikov.hu, is there any chance that you can get new condition plastic AMD65 grips? I have a couple of parts kits that I'm going to rebuild. It sure would be nice to have new condition grips instead of the scratched plastic ones that I have now.
Well, my English is not enough this time, to get clear what do you mean. What crates do you tell about?KMFDM said:Kalasnyikov.Hu:
Thank you for the response, that makes sense because the crates I was issuing them from were marked: AMD 65 /3, AMD65 /5 and AMD 65 /7. The /7 crates were the ones with the wooden grips while the /3 and /5 crates had plastic grips.
Thank you for clarifying that.