SA-85S: FEG Adapts the Hungarian AK for American Import

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Hungary began importing semiautomatic civilian versions of FÉG’s AK-63D into the United States in the 1980s. As more restrictions were put on importation, the models had to change several times to remain legal. The pattern produced between 1990 and 1994 was the SA-85S with a thumbhole stock, and a total of 24,500 of them were imported during this period.


  1. Have the Chinese version of that. Mak90. Meh, as a shooter.
    Seems a ton of Soviet sphere influenced states were exporting them to the US back in the 90s. Could usually get them for $250-$300 in the box. SKS were (IIRC) $60-$90 each.

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