FB Radom - Beryl Rifle - 7.62x39

$1,599.99 $1,499.00
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We are allowing customers to customize their rifle threads during the conversion process. We are converting these rifles in-house by our professional gunsmith on a lathe, so threading will be made-to-order based on customer request! Due to the more customized nature going forward, lead time for Beryl rifles will be 1-3 weeks.

As of 2/16/2024: rifles in both 1/2x28 and 14-1LH will both receive a US made Beryl style brake and all rifles will have a machined bayonet lug!

We received tons of feedback since we started importing these rifles, and wanted to offer an UNTHREADED option for those who want to use a press & pin brake as these rifles would originally have, and is how they are imported. This is also a great choice for states where threaded barrels are banned.

We cannot provide the muzzle brake press & pin service ourselves at this time, but an unthreaded option has been a major customer request since these started coming in. 

Beryl Rifle 762 S M1 FB RADOM-Fabryka Broni

  • Imported from Poland 
  • Made by Fabryka Broni
  • 762 S M1
  • Chambered in 762 x 39 
  • Hammer Forged chrome lined barrel
  • 16 inch barrel with customer requested threading
  • 1 X 9 twist rate 
  • Takes standard AK47 mags 
  • Enhanced safety selector
  • Enlarged mag release
  • Polish import markings
  • Beryl mount on rear trunnion for Beryl Optic rail
  • Beryl style muzzle brake
  • Length 36 1/4"
  • Weight 6.75 lbs empty
  • Beautiful fit and finish
  • Polish Factory markings
  • Bayonet Lug machined
  • Comes with 1x 30 round US mag where legal.
  • Ships in padded rifle bag.

The Polish Beryl rifle was developed in the mid 1990's by the Team @ Fabryka Broni / FB Radom to replace the AKM 762X39 and Tantal 545x39 rifle used in the Polish Military. The rifle was intended to help modernize their forces and also utilize the Nato 5.56 round. As the popularity of the rifle grew there were requests for other calibers, so in 2013 the 762X39 model was introduced and offered for export. Working with readily available 762x39 AK47 magazines and ammunition this was a great combination for the Beryl chassis.

The current Beryl 762 S M1 Rifle is a US Civilian legal semi auto sporting rifle. They are perfect for having fun at the range or home defense applications. Beautiful fit and finish with original Polish FB Factory markings will make this a great addition to your collection and increase in value. FB Radom is known throughout the word for producing unique firearms for military and sporting applications. Currently FB supplies the Grot rifle to the Polish Military and conducts firearms exports to other friendly countries. 

*US 922R parts will consist of, US mag, pistol grip, buttstock, Muzzle brake. 7.62 rifles do retain all original Polish fire control.


This is a firearm so we must ship it to an FFL holder.

During Checkout you will be prompted to type in and select your FFL. If we have them on file and place your order, no further action is needed and we will ship within 5-7 busines days or less, depending on order volume.

If we do not have the FFL on file, you will receive a notification that we will need to receive a copy of that FFL liscense. At that point, please have your FFL dealer email us a copy of their FFL to and reference your order number and name. Once we receive it, we can finish processing your order.

Our full FFL policy can be found here. Thank you!


  • 5
    Beryl 7.62

    Posted by Crowbar on Nov 1st 2022

    Dis b da shit, fuk

  • 5
    Beryl 7.62x39

    Posted by Adam on Nov 1st 2022

    Great rifle. Easy to use and if gets dirty still working. Recommend for combat fighting.

  • 5
    Beryl 7.62x39

    Posted by Aubin Lemar on Nov 1st 2022

    Whereas I wish it came with something better than a US Palm 30 round magazine, I am very impressed with the rifle itself. Besides appear to be straight as an arrow out of the box and it came ready to fire with some decent oil on the internals. I very much look forward to Future modifications to see what all I can really get out of this well made AK platform.

  • 4
    Great shooting rifle

    Posted by Aubin Lemar on Oct 23rd 2022

    I'm really happy with my new Beryl M762 but I have to say, I was really disappointed that it came with a US Palm 30rd mag. For the price point I can't see why I didn't get a legitimate FB magazine.

  • 5

    Posted by Wes on Aug 21st 2022

    Perfect Ak. Build quality is better than my Arsenal SGL Legion and on par with my Krebs. Love this thing. Using the optics rail and waiting on my collapsible stock to get here. Overall, best Ak on the market right now. Thanks AOA.

  • 5
    Build's Quality Excellent

    Posted by Robert Taylor on Feb 15th 2022

    Excellent build quality and attention to detail. Wish I had more! ***Had to cut the US stock out. It was modified in such a way (sloppy cut) that it jammed and wedged in/under the rear trunnion. Replaced with Polish wood stock. Not a dng on the actual rifle tho.

  • 5
    Arms of America

    Posted by Nelson Whitesell on Feb 12th 2022

    I absolutely love anything from FB. Topp quality, zero complaints. Every time I call AOA they are very courteous and ready to assist. Bring more in!!!

  • 5
    Polish quality is top notch

    Posted by Mark on Feb 1st 2022

    This rifle is the nicest AKM I own now. Fit and finish is damn near perfect. Rivets were all uniform and the barrel components are not canted. The action cycles smooth as butter. All normal serialized AKM components are serialized on this rifle. The paint I would give a 6 or 7 out of 10. It came with chips in the paint here and there but does look smooth and correct. Typical of a military finish. Not worried about this. However, under the chipped paint spot reveals they are parkarized first before painting so that is a big plus.The sporter conversion of these seems pretty solid. "Atlantic Arms" (not Atlantic Firearms) engraves their small proof behind the pistol grip letting you know they were there. Barely visible. Stock screws were very tight getting those removed. I had to hold the rifle between my legs and torque the screws out. Even then it was a struggle. Mag well seems very nicely trimmed for double stack. My surplus steel mags fit nice. So very solid conversion overall.

    Only complaints I would have with the rifle is the bayonet is not milled out to accept one. I can fix this on my mill but most people cant. I'm assuming they are left this way for certain ban states to have one and they didn't pay for these to have one during conversion. Other thing is I heard some people on the files saying something about the muzzle device drilled incorrect for where the port holes need to be. Mine seems like it is correct but I could be wrong.

    Overall very pleased and very grateful I was able to get one when they came in stock.