Rifle Dynamics Father's Day Special AKM

Hrachya H
by Hrachya H

Rifle Dynamics has something cool for the Father’s Day. Their Father’s Day Special limited edition AKM is specifically built to be a perfect Father’s Day gift although I think any of the Rifle Dynamics AKs is a perfect gift. Let’s first watch the promo video featuring Jim Fuller as the ’60s Dad.

Rifle Dynamics Father’s Day Special AKM rifle is chambered in 7.62x39mm. It has an overall length of 35″ and weighs about 6 lbs 10 oz without the magazine. This rifle has a 16″ barrel. The muzzle is threaded with the 14x1L standard AKM metric left-hand thread pitch. The rifle also comes with an FSC muzzle device made by Primary Weapon Systems.

Rifle Dynamics Father's Day Special AKM (1)

As you can expect from any other Rifle Dynamics AK, this one is also not just a well-built rifle but has a number of improvements of the action such as the tuned bolt carrier, bolt, receiver rails and trigger mechanism. The time-proven design built by folks who know a thing or two about AKs is a great rifle by itself but when it is tuned by the RD it really becomes the best of the breed.

The Father’s Day Special AKM rifles are equipped with Polish wooden handguards and stocks that have been sanded and finished with Tung oil. The rifles come with Polish bakelite pistol grips, side scope rails and tuned Tapco G2 triggers. These rifles also feature Fuller Rear Sights which represent an improvement over the standard AK rear sight achieved by increasing the notch width and rounding the edges of the rear sight. These simple improvements allow to faster and easier acquire the sight picture. The finish on these rifles is “Flat Black Molyresin over parkerization“.

Rifle Dynamics Father's Day Special AKM (3)

There will be only 20 of Rifle Dynamics Father’s Day Special AKMs made. These rifles are shipped in cases with RD logo and come with one 30-round magazine. The MSRP is $1,500.

Images from www.rifledynamics.com

Hrachya H
Hrachya H

Managing Editor Being a lifelong firearms enthusiast, Hrachya always enjoys studying the history and design of guns and ammunition. Should you need to contact him, feel free to shoot him a message at Hrachya@TheFirearmBlog.com

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  • Krinkov545 Krinkov545 on Jun 09, 2018

    Joe was right. The is ja commie infiltration and he had no idea how vast it really was.

    • Colonel K Colonel K on Jun 10, 2018

      @krinkov545 Joe was an overly ambitious clown who accused anyone who disagreed with him of being a commie sympathizer. Had he stuck to the facts and shown some integrity and restraint (not his strong suits), he could have done a great deal of good for our nation. But he was only interested in promoting himself, and he stepped on a lot of egos doing it. He wound up crying "Wolf!" so often that it became tiresome. Eventually, the left figured out how to play him and turn him into a caricature of the right that endures even today. The fact that he was right, in spite of his behavior, has been lost to the memory of him as an unsavory character.

  • Colonel K Colonel K on Jun 10, 2018

    Jim looks like my grandpa, complete with sweater, glasses, and pipe. Had he pulled out a bottle of Vitalis and a comb, the image would have been complete.