NOT for sale in NY or states where ILLEGAL to own. Up for sale is this like new Yugo M70B1. This rifle has been signed over to my FFL for sale out of NYS. My loss is your gain, he also has a new 30 round magazine for it which will be included but it is not in any of the pictures. I say like LNIB because I upgraded it by professionally finishing and staining the stock with a deep dark red stain as well as adding a Tapco SAW handgrip. It's one of the nicest AK's I have ever seen. Some history on these and whats makes them stand out when compared to other AK's on the market. They are known as the tanks of AK'S. The M70 AB2 AKM rifle is a Yugoslavian varient of the Russian AK47 rifle. It has several features that distinguish it from other AK varients: It has a heavier barrel than most AK's, it has a 1.6mm receiver similar to the receiver used on the RPK type weapons, flip up night sights front and rear, a flip up grenade sight that acts as a gas cut-off for Rifle Grenade launching, and different shaped longer and heavy duty handguards up front. Zastava Arms in Yugoslavia makes two different versions of the M70, the AB2 underfolder stock version and the M70B1, the fixed stock version. They both fire the 7.62x39mm round from a (30) round box detachable magazine. The M70 is equipped with a gas cut-off feature that allows the use of 22mm rifle grenades with special grenade launching cartridges. Must ship to an FFL and will be shipping directly from my FFL dealer. Shipping is paid by the buyer. LAYAWAY available.
Buyer pays fixed shipping of $30.00 CONUS from my FFL to yours and only to states where this type of rifle is legal to own.
Trades Accepted: No
One of my prized possessions a GORGEOUS tiger stripped curly maple half stock Hawken with a custom 7 groove barrel stamped HE RESLEY, 35 1/2" to front of breech, 36 1/4 to back of hooked breech, LOP is 14", overall length is 53 1/2". This barrel was rifled by the famous judge himself. I purchased it probably 15-20 years ago in its almost like new condition. I never hunted or even fired it. Being it has an odd numbered grooved bore I am saying its .50 cal because thats the best I can do with my micrometer. Best bet is to slug the bore to get a true bore size, might be a .51 etc. The Judge is well known for his famously accurate barrels, do a google search or search this forum for more info on him. Hate to sell but need to balance the budget here at home unlike the folks in DC. I have a few articles from NMLRA on the Judge that will go with the rifle. Thanks for looking. Price does not include shipping, buy it before I change my mind.