Romak II MOD. 86 5,45x39 (Romanian AK-74) - How to Disassembly and Reassembly (Field Strip)

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The Pușcă Automată model 1986 (Automatic Rifle Model 1986, abbreviated PA md. 86 or simply md. 86) is the standard assault rifle used by the Romanian Military Forces and manufactured in Cugir, Romania by the ROMARM firm, located in Bucharest. The export name for this variant is the AIMS-74

These weapons were made as civilian variants of AK74 rifles. They differ from military weapons by a thread on the muzzle of the barrel in the size of 22 mm - AK74 have a thread of 24 mm. The fuse is not in position for firing a dose.
As the Soviet Union switched from the 7.62×39mm caliber AKM to the 5.45×39mm caliber AK-74, it encouraged other nations of the Warsaw Pact to follow suit.

By the mid 1980s, Romania decided to switch calibers, however it was decided that the new rifle would be developed independently, and not represent a clone of the Soviet AK-74. In doing so, the PA md. 86 has several anachronistic AKM elements that were found only on the prototype Soviet AK-74.

Mass: 3.69 kg (8.14 lb)
Length: 943 mm (37.1 in)
Barrel length: 432 mm (17.0 in)
Cartridge: 5.45×39mm


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00:53 Disassembly
02:54 Reassembly

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