Gun Values Norinco NHM-90/91 AK-47 (MAK-90/91)

» NHM-90/91 AK-47 (MAK-90/91), Rifle by Norinco

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$415

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$240

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Manufacturer Suggested Retail [Price] (MSR)

$190

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Model Description:

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Model Specs:

Caliber: .223 Remington (.223 AI), 7.62x39mm
Action: Semi-Auto
Stock Material: Walnut
Shot Capacity: 5
Ammo Feeder: Magazine
Special Features: Thumbhole in Stock


Reviews for this firearm:



smooth action, reliable, best value of all AK style rifles, better accuracy then modern AK twice the price
NHM-90/91 AK-47 (MAK-90/91)
01/27/13
By Jester04
Owned: 0 year(s)
9.6  Overall Rating
Accuracy
10  Performance
Styling
10  Quality
10  Recommendation
Pros:
smooth action, reliable, best value of all AK style rifles, better accuracy then modern AK twice the price

Cons:
Thumbhole stock needs to be swapped, getting hard to find NIB

Overall Review:
Norinco AK rifles are second to none yesterday or today

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Reliable shooter, plenty of spare parts available if needed. Lot's of surplus ammo available. I refitted with the original style furniture for a more traditional look and handling.
NHM-90/91 AK-47 (MAK-90/91)
05/07/12
By
Owned: 21 year(s)
8.2  Overall Rating
Accuracy
Performance
Styling
Quality
Recommendation
Pros:
Reliable shooter, plenty of spare parts available if needed. Lot's of surplus ammo available. I refitted with the original style furniture for a more traditional look and handling.

Cons:
Loose and rattlely compared to US made products. Machine & tool marks everywhere.

Overall Review:
Good choice for a lower cost assault rifle in 30 caliber.

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