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Note: Before adding to this list, make sure you have checked PSL Sniper Rifle. The PSL is a Romanian AK-derived sniper rifle sometimes used as an ersatz SVD in movies, so an entry which appears to be omitted from this page may well be on that one.

The SVD Dragunov sniper rifle and variants have appeared in the following films, video games and anime, used by the following actors:

SVD Dragunov

SVD Dragunov - 7.62x54mm R
SVD, later production model with synthetic furniture - 7.62x54mm R
Izhmash Tiger with wooden stock, synthetic foreend, short barrel, long flash hider, and bayonet lug - 7.62x54mm R
Izhmash Tiger with synthetic stock and foreend, long barrel, long flash hider, bipod, and bayonet lug - 7.62x54mm R
Izhmash Tiger with thumbhole stock, long barrel, and short SVDS flash hider - 7.62x54mm R

The SVD (Russian: Снайперская винтовка Драгунова, romanized: Snáyperskaya Vintóvka Dragunóva lit. 'Dragunov Sniper Rifle'), commonly called the "SVD Dragunov" or "Dragunov SVD" in English sources, is a Russian semi-automatic sniper rifle designed by Soviet weapon designer Yevgeny Dragunov. Original military production versions of the SVD feature wood furniture; later SVD production models from around the 1990 onwards feature upgraded synthetic furniture, with a redesigned, more skeletonized stock, and added ribs on the handguard, as well as a smooth receiver cover.

The Tiger (Russian: Тигр, Tigr) is a commercial variant of the SVD produced by Izhmash (now Kalashnikov Concern). Originally created in 1969, the Tiger was produced in limited numbers under the Soviet Union, mainly in response to special orders from the Soviet Ministry of Defense. After the Soviet dissolution, Izhmash began large scale production of the Tiger in 1992, for the Russian domestic and export market, including the United States. At various times, the Tiger was produced in different calibers, including 7.62x54mm R, .308 Winchester (7.62x51mm NATO), .30-06 Springfield, and 9.3x64mm.

Tigers come with a large variety of furniture and specs; the ones more commonly seen in the United States typically feature a shortened barrel that lacks the flash hider. However, other models have full-length barrels, as well as flash hiders, either the standard military flash hider or the shortened SVDS flash hider. They come with many different types of stocks and furnitures, including early model SVDs' wooden furnitures, later model SVDs' synthetic furnitures, as well as SVDS folding stocks, Monte carlo stocks, and thumbhole stocks. Early Tigers have a ribbed receiver cover, while more recent Tiger versions have a completely smooth receiver cover. The Tiger usually does not have a bayonet lug, though some US imported Tigers come with bayonet lugs.

The Kalashnikov TG3, revealed in 2018, is a civilian Lancaster-bored version of the SVD legally classified as a shotgun under Russian law (making it much easier for civilians to acquire as the Russian shotgun license is easier to acquire than the rifle license), due to having a legally-smoothbore barrel. It fires the special 9.6x53mm Lancaster (also known as 9.6/53 Lancaster) round produced by Techcrim.


(1963 - present)

  • Type: Designated Marksman Rifle
  • Caliber: 7.62x54mm R, 9.6x53mm Lancaster (TG3), 7.62x51mm NATO (Tiger 308)
  • Weight: 9.48 lb (4.30 kg)
  • Length: 48.2 in (122.5 cm)
  • Barrel length(s):
    • 24.0 in (61 cm)
    • 530mm (Tiger)
  • Capacity: 10, 5 (generally used on civilian and export versions), rare 20 and 30 round magazines made for SVD-A series
  • Fire Modes: Semi-Auto, select-fire (experimental SVD-A variant, 700 RPM)


Title Actor Character Notation Date
Rambo 3 Sylvester Stallone John Rambo Can be Norinco NDM-86 1988
The Beast of War Soviet soldier 1988
Living Target (Zhivaja mishen) A criminal 1990
Rabid Bus (Vzbesivshiysya avtobus) OMON troopers 1990
Kill the "Jackal" (Ubit "Shakala") sniper 1991
Afghan Breakdown Soviet soldiers 1991
The Bay of Death (Bukhta smerti) Vladimir Levitsky Fedya 1991
Shot in the Coffin (Vystrel v grobu) Stepan Starchikov Stepan Subbota 1992
Bohdan Benyuk Roman
Black Shark (Chyornaya akula) Soviet soldier 1993
Sniper Raj Sidhu Enemy sniper in barn 1993
Sniper Edward Wiley DeSilva 1993
Cyber Tracker Seen in armory 1994
Crusader (Krestonosets) A hitman 1995
Goldeneye Soviet Soldier 1995
Hidden Assassin Dolph Lundgren Michael Dane with laser and suppressor 1995
Hidden Assassin John Ashton Alex Reed with laser and suppressor 1995
Crying Freeman Byron Mann Koh 1995
Mercenary John Ritter Jonas Ambler 1996
Mercenary Olivier Gruner 'Hawk' 1996
Prisoner of the Mountains (Kavkazskiy plennik) Russian soldiers and Chechen fighters 1996
Jackie Chan's First Strike Hitman 1996
Deserter (Dezertir) Brigands Synthetic furniture 1997
G.I. Jane Viggo Mortensen Master Chief Urgayle 1997
Hard Rain Michael A. Goorjian Kenny 1998
Checkpoint (Blokpost) Roman Romantsov "Bones" 1998
Checkpoint (Blokpost) Kirill Ulyanov "Professor" 1998
Demons of War Artur Zmijewski Sgt. Biniek 1998
Demons of War Boguslaw Linda Maj. Edward Keller 1998
The Rifleman of the Voroshilov Regiment Mikhail Ulyanov Ivan Fyodorovich With a sound suppressor 1999
The Boondock Saints Seen in the background 1999
Flickering Lights Søren Pilmark Torkild 2000
Proof of Life Russian soldiers 2000
Lion's Share (Lvinaya dolya) OMON snipers 2001
Black Hawk Down Seen in the background 2001
Behind Enemy Lines Serbian soldiers 2001
Spy Game Lebanese fighter 2001
Avalon Malgorzata Foremniak Ash 2001
Antikiller Gosha Kutsenko Korenev aka "Lis" 2002
SOBR snipers
War (Voyna) Chechen rebel 2002
Bad Company Gabriel Macht Seale 2002
Antikiller 2: Antiterror A terrorist 2003
LOC Kargil Indian soldiers 2003
Jisai (Dzisay) Evgeniy Voskresenskiy Hired killer 2004
Moscow Heat Seen in the pile of weapons 2004
He Will Be Left Behind (Arxada qalmis gelecek) Omur Nagiyev Amin 2005
Dragon Squad Yu Xia Luo Zai-Jun 2005
Typhoon David Lee McInnis Somchai With suppressor 2005
9th Company Konstantin Kryukov Giaconda Petrovsky 2005
Stealth Jason Lee Colonel Yune Can be Norinco NDM-86 2005
Mission: Impossible III Davian's man 2006
The Kingdom Seen in the background 2007
Hitman An assassin 2007
Captive (Plennyy) Pyotr Logachev Vovka 2008
Captive (Plennyy) Russian soldiers; Chechen fighters 2008
Crossfire (Les Insoumis) In the warehouse of weapons 2008
Babylon A.D. A security guard 2008
Dolphin Jump (Pryzhok Afaliny) uncredited Nurlan Ordaq 2009
X-Men Origins: Wolverine Daniel Henney Agent Zero 2009
The Sniper Huang Xiaoming Ching Norinco Type 85 2009
A Yakuza's Daughter Never Cries Isao Karasawa Assassin Izhmash Tigr (civilian version of SVD) 2010
The Liquidator Sniper 2011
A Quiet Outpost (Tikhaya zastava) Yuri Konovalov Sgt. Durov 2011
Home (Dom) Nickolay Molochkov Yazva Izhmash Tigr (civilian version of SVD) 2011
Steve Niles' Remains rouge Army soldier Synthetic furniture 2011
5 Days of War Mikko Nousiainen Daniil 2011
Suicides (Samoubiytsy) SOBR sniper 2012
August. Eighth Sergey Nazarov Seryoga 2012
R2B: Return to Base North Korean soldier 2012
The Lost Gate (Ztracená brána) Jirí Langmajer Zábranský 2012
The Fugitive (Kyuryuyoiekh) Aleksey Popov Miitee Izhmash Tigr 2014
Maksim Romanov Makhsyym
Yevgeniy Pivovarov Yakov
Julustan Semyonov Misha
The Calculator (Vychislitel) Seen in Captain's armory 2014
American Sniper Sammy Sheik Mustafa 2014
Northern Limit Line Sniper on Korean People's Navy Patrol Boat 2015
Atomic Blonde Daniel Hargrave KGB Agent 2017
Charlize Theron Lorraine Broughton
Palm Springs Brian Duffy Spuds Using an PSL Magazine 2020
The Outpost Scott Eastwood SSG Clint Romesha 2020
Carter Jung So-ri Han Jung-hee 2022


Show Title Actor Character Note/Episode Air Date
Strike Back: Project Dawn Phillip Winchester Sgt. Michael Stonebridge With polymer furniture and bipod 2011
Criminal Minds Matt Ryan FBI SSA Mick Rawson With bipod / "The Fight" (S5E18) 2010
The Border Jim Codrington Darnell Williams "Blowback" 2008-2010
Black and White Tang Guo Zhong Che Jin Episode 14 2009
Branch (Expozitura) Police sniper 3rd/ "Hadí střela" 2009
Iris - Season 1 So-yeon Kim Kim Seon-hwa 2009
Burn Notice 2007-
The Storm Gate some with wooden furniture and some with polymer furniture and new flash muzzle brake 2006
I Have The Honor! (Chest Imeyu!) Russian paratroopers 2004
Grazhdanin nachalnik Militsia sniper 2001
Purgatory (Chistilishche) Irina Veselin and Victoria Matveeva the "White Tights" 1998
Seven Days ??? Snipers, Serbian soldiers "Shadow Play,Daddy's Girl" 1998-2001
Soldier Soldier (TV series) 1991-1997
Tour of Duty ??? NVA Soldiers 1987-1990
The Last Ship Thorwald's men "Fight the Ship" (S2E02) 2015
The Man in the High Castle Lee Shorten Sgt. Yoshida 2015
Wynonna Earp Dominique Provost-Chalkley Waverly Earp "Blood Red and Going Down” (S3E01) 2018

Video Games

Title Appears as Mods Notes Date
Project IGI: I'm Going In w/ suppressor 2000
Operation Flashpoint w/ camouflage 2001
The Sum Of All Fears "SVD" 2002
Conflict: Desert Storm 2002
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin SVD Rifle 2002
Conflict: Desert Storm II 2003
Project IGI 2: Covert Strike 2003
Vietcong 2003
Freedom Fighters Sniper Rifle with incorrect 7-round magazine 2003
Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne not usable 2003
Battlefield: Vietnam 2004
Hitman: Contracts 2004
Shadow Ops: Red Mercury With optional suppressor 2004
Combat Arms 2004
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater 2004
Conflict: Vietnam 2004
Elite Warriors Vietnam 2005
Close Combat: First to Fight Sniper Rifle 2005
Battlefield 2 With synthetic handguard 2005
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Dragunov SVD MEC faction 2005
Project Reality With synthetic & wood furniture, bipod, and optional PSO-1 scope 2005
Vietcong 2 2005
Conflict: Global Terror 2005
El Matador 2006
Hitman: Blood Money 2006
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories with incorrect 7-round magazine 2006
ArmA: Armed Assault 2006
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl "Sniper rifle (SVDm 2)" 2007
7.62 High Calibre Bayonet, bipod, laser module, flahlight module, PSO1-M2 optical scope and 1PN93-4 night sight 2007
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare 2007
Blacksite: Area 51 not usable 2007
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Dragon Sniper Rifle 2007
Alliance of Valiant Arms With synthetic furniture 2007
Cross Fire "Dragunov" 2007
"Dragunov Tigr 9" w/synthetic furniture
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky "SVDm 2" 2008
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 fake replica 2008
Far Cry 2 w/ an early M16-style three-point open-front flash hider and the magazine and forend holes of a PSL Sniper Rifle 2008
Xenus 2: White Gold 2008
Counter-Strike Online Now also has carbine mode in Zombie 3 (a part of the "Hero's weapon" with M203 grenade launcher); 20-round magazine 2008
Resident Evil 5 2009
ArmA II 2009
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call Of Pripyat SVDm2 2009
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Available only in Campaign mode and Museum level 2009
Rogue Warrior DRAGUNOV With PSL magazine and magazine release Strange rail-top scope bracket with non-standard scope 2009
Army of Two: The 40th Day SVD Can be fitted with a variety of stocks, barrels, magazines, scopes, suppressors/muzzle brakes 2010
SOCOM: US Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3 SAS-R 2010
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2010
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker SVD w/ various upgrades 2010
Delta Force: Xtreme 2 2010
GoldenEye 007 (2010) Pavlov ASR With optional thermal scope and suppressor 2010
Medal of Honor (2010) Dragunov SVD single-player only 2010
Call of Duty: Black Ops With optional silencer, NPSU night-vision scope, or PSO-1 & PK-AV scopes 2010
NCIS: The Video Game on poster 2011
War Inc. Battlezone 2011
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Dragunov With black synthetic furniture 2011
Karma Online 2011
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D 2011
Jagged Alliance: Back in Action Druganoff based on an airsoft AK-47 with SVD conversion kit holds 20 rounds of 7.62x39mm 2012
Call of Duty: Black Ops II 2012
Far Cry 3 SVD Visually an SVD but most paint schemes make furnishings synthetic 2012
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 SVD Dragunov 2013
Call of Duty: Ghosts black synthetic furniture 2013
DayZ SVD Synthetic furniture 2013
Warface "SVK" 2013
Survarium 2013
Payday 2 Grom w/optional synthetic furniture added in Gage Russian Weapon Pack (2017) 2013
Ghost Recon: Phantoms SVD custom 2014
Watch_Dogs SVD Synthetic furniture 2014
World of Guns: Gun Disassembly Dragunov Sniper Rifle 6X4 bayonet and cheekplate 2014
Squad PSO-1 scope Wood and synthetic furniture 2014
Rainbow Six Siege synthetic furniture unusable; seen on a pre-release concept 2015
Alekhine's Gun 2016
Hot Dogs, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades 2016
Escape from Tarkov seen on official art with the Prapor, Mechanic and Skier traders 2016
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Dragoon SVD 2017
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam 2017
Ironsight SVD 2018
Far Cry 5 SVD Hours of Darkness DLC, mirrored 2018
Insurgency: Sandstorm SVD 2018
Vigor SVD 2018
Call to Arms SVD Dragunov 2018
The Division 2 SVD 2019
Sniper: Ghost Warrior Contracts "OFB SVDM" 2019
Far Cry New Dawn mirrored, cut-down barrel and handguard 2019
Ghost Recon Breakpoint 2019
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Dragunov 2019
Into the Radius VR "Tiger Rifle" w/ various attachments, dovetail rail 10-round magazines, civilian Tiger variant 2020
Far Cry 6 SVD mirrored, iron sights by default 2021
Battlefield 2042 SVD 2021
Paradox of Hope SVD w/ various attachments 2022
Military Conflict: Vietnam 2022


Character Title Notation Date
Metropolis Anti-Robot Fighter 2001
Gunslinger Girl Rico 2003-2004
Area 88 Sniper 2004
Full Metal Panic!: The Second Raid "Wraith" 2005
Black Lagoon Hotel Moscow Boeviks 2006
Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage Balalaika/Hotel Moscow Boeviks 2006
When They Cry: Kai Kasai 2007
Ga-rei: Zero Supernatural Disaster Countermeasures Division operative 2008
Gunslinger Girl: Il Teatrino Rico 2008
Asobi ni Ikuyo! 2010
Asobi ni Ikuyo: Bombshells from the Sky Assasins Fitted with black synthetic handguard, bipod, NSPUM-2 sight and IR laser 2010
Aria the Scarlet Ammo Reki with PSO-1 telescopic sight 2011
Sword Art Online II As a HUD icon 2014
Magical Girl Raising Project Calamity Mary 2016


SVDS - 7.62x54mm R

The SVDS is a variant with a shortened barrel and folding stock, intended for paratroopers.


Title Actor Character Notation Date
Captive (Plennyy) 2008
Republic Z (Respublika Z) on the wall 2018

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Combat Arms 2004
7.62 High Calibre 2007
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns Of The Patriots 2008
Arctic Combat 2012
Contract Wars 2014
Escape from Tarkov SVDS 7.62x54R sniper rifle Various pistol grips, 10 and 20-rounds mags, side dovetail mount, suppressor, custom chassis, buffer tube adapter added in v0.11.7.2979 patch (2019) 2016
Black Squad Dragunov 2017


Character Title Notation Date
Asobi ni Ikuyo: Bombshells from the Sky Aoi 2010


SVDM - 7.62x54mm R
SVDM with 1P88-4 scope - 7.62x54mm R

The SVDM is a modernized SVDS variant first produced in June 2018 which features a redesigned side-folding stock, a 21.7-inch barrel, redesigned iron sights, a new 1P88-4 scope and an integral picatinny rail on the receiver cover.

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Squad SVDM Uses standard 1P88 scope SVDM variant, introduced with Beta 21 update 2020


SVU - 7.62x54mm R
SVU modernized with black furniture and a bipod - 7.62x54mm R
SVU-A - 7.62x54mm R. Note 3-position fire-selector.
SVU-AS - 7.62x54mm R. Note 3-position fire-selector and bipod.

The SVU (also known as "OTs-03") is the bullpup version of the SVD, developed by TsKIB SOO for Russian special forces. The SVU-A (OTs-03A) is another variant, capable of fully automatic fire, while the SVU-AS (OTs-03AS) is equipped with a bipod. The SVU was introduced in 1991, and entered service three years later, the SVU-A was introduced in 1995.

The SVU also features a combined muzzle suppressor, which eliminates flashes, muffles the sound of a shot and scatters it, preventing the shooter from being detected.


Title Actor Character Notation Date
The Rifleman of the Voroshilov Regiment Mikhail Ulyanov Ivan Fyodorovich 1999
Checkpoint (Blokpost) Anastasia Razhuk Masha 1999
Antikiller 2: Antiterror Mikhail Lukashov Akimov 2003


Title Actor Character Notation Date
Grazhdanin nachalnik Ivan Ryzhikov Aleksandr Zavarzin 2001
Egor Beroev Andrey
Vladimir Vdovichenkov Kolya the Afghan

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Dragunov SVU EU faction 2005
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl SVUmk2 2007
7.62 High Calibre Dragunov SVU-A w/ bipod, tactical flashlight and several interchangeable sights 2008
Battlefield: Bad Company SVU Snayperskaya Short 2008
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky SVUmk2 2008
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 SVU Snayperskaya Short w/ several interchangeable sights 2010
SOCOM: US Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3 SAS-U 2010
Battlefield Play4Free SVU-A w/ optional tan handguard and magazine 2011
Call of Duty: Black Ops II SVU-AS Harris bipod (in-game model) & various attachments Actually an SVU 2012
Splinter Cell: Blacklist SVU 2013
Call of Duty: Ghosts SVU Harris bipod & various attachments 2013
Warface "SVU-AS" SVU-AS 2013
Survarium 2013
Contract Wars 2014
Rainbow Six: Siege OTs-03 Features toggle-able sight magnifier. 2015
Vigor SVU Suppressed, but not modelled with a suppressor 2018


SVDK - 9.3x64mm 7N33


(2006 - Present)

  • Type: Sniper Rifle
  • Caliber: 9.3x64mm 7N33
  • Weight: 6.5 kg less telescopic sight
  • Length: 1250 mm
  • Barrel length: 620 mm
  • Feed System: 10-round detachable box magazine
  • Fire Modes: Semiautomatic

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Notation Release Date
Contract Wars TKPD Storm / TKPD Sniper Modified 2014
Call to Arms SVDK Dragunov 2018


Izhmash VS-121 - 7.62x54mm R

The VS-121 is a modern bullpup sniper rifle based on the SVD from Izhmash. It has the same barrel length as the SVD, unlike the SVU, which has a shorter barrel.


(2011 - Present)

  • Type: Sniper Rifle
  • Caliber: 7.62x54mm and 7.62x51mm
  • Weight: ??
  • Length: ??
  • Barrel length: 24.4
  • Feed System: 10
  • Fire Modes: Semiautomatic

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Notation Release Date
ArmA III Rahim 7.62 2013


NDM-86 "EM351" (Norinco-branded) - 7.62x54mm R
NDM-86 "EM352" (Norinco-branded) - .308 Winchester / 7.62x51mm NATO

Following the Sino-Vietnamese War, China produced clones of the Soviet SVD captured from Vietnam. The clones were developed by Factory 296 (now known as Jianshe), and consisted of two models: the Type 79 sniper rifle, which saw limited service, and the "slightly improved" Type 85 sniper rifle, which saw a more widespread service. It is unclear what are the exact improvements between the Type 79 and the Type 85 however, and the two models appear largely identical to each other (and the Soviet SVD).

China exported several versions of the Type 79/85 under several export companies. Norinco exports the NDM-86, with two versions: a 7.62x54mm R version called the "EM351", and a .308 Winchester (7.62x51mm NATO) version called the "EM352". The NDM-86 "EM351" was imported between 1986-1989 into the US, while the The "EM352" was imported for a longer time due to it having a different caliber than the "military firearm". China's Poly Technologies also exported a small series of Chinese SVDs called the PDM-86.

Note: As the Type 79, Type 85, and the NDM-86 "EM351" are all visibly indistinguishable from the Soviet SVD, IMFDB currently only identifies the NDM-86 "EM352".


Title Actor Character Notation Date
The Rundown Hatcher's Marksman .308 version 2003
Mosul Mohimen Mahbuba Amir .308 version 2019
ISIS sniper
Black Widow .308 version; seen in arsenal 2021


Title Actor Character Notation Date
24 Michael Massee Ira Gaines .308 version 2001

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Medal of Honor SVD .308 version 2010
Battlefield Play4Free SVD w/ optional tan handguard and stock .308 version 2011
Battlefield 3 SVD w/ Various optional optics, bipod, laser sight, weaponlight, foregrip, and flash hider .308 version 2011
Glorious Missions 2012
Dead Island: Riptide "Semi-Auto Sniper Rifle" with scope .308 version 2013


Al-Kadesiah - 7.62x54mm R

The Al-Kadesiah (also spelt Al-Kadesih or Al-Qadisiyah) is an Iraqi sniper rifle design inspired by the Dragunov. As it is built from Yugoslavian supplied Zastava M70 tooling that also made the Tabuk series, the Al-Kadesiah shares no parts with the original SVD aside having the same pattern scope mount and its distinct palm tree and saber-pattern ribbed magazines interchange with SVD mags.

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
Insurgency: Modern Infantry Combat Al-Kadesiah 2007

How to tell an SVD from a PSL

SVD Dragunov - 7.62x54mm R. Shorter exposed part of gas piston, no visible dividing line in the handguard (it splits into two side-pieces rather than a top and bottom), thinner bent safety lever, bayonet lug mounted on front sight, dust cover retaining lever above the pistol grip on the right side rather than AK push-button, no "X" stamping on magazine, gap between magazine well and front of trigger guard, hooded front sight, top of stock in-line with bore axis.
PSL - 7.62x54mm R. Note longer exposed part of the gas piston, two-piece AK-style handguard, straight safety lever, bayonet lug mounted on barrel behind front sight, AK-style receiver with dust cover retaining button at rear, "X" shaped stamping on the magazine, magazine located immediately in front of the trigger guard rather than some distance ahead, open front sight, diagonal stock.

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