Molot Stamped RPK Parts Kit 7.62x39 w/ accessories - 1976 Dated

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These beautiful matching serial number RPK 7.62x39 Parts kits are in excellent + condition. These are one of a kind, rare kits, that feature the Molot shield logo on the trunnion. Only a small amount of these are available. They were originally built in Hungary, using contracted parts. Since they were Hungarian, they came with Hungarian cleaning accessories. All kits are dated 1976.

These were carefully demilled so that the receiver and barrel was permanently torch cut/destroyed as per guidelines. You will need to order a new barrel and receiver when rebuilding these kits. You will also need other necessary 922r parts and rivets etc.

These kits have almost no visibile wear on the parts and were carefully packaged to protect the wood during import. With that said due to the age they could have a light rust, scratches, and other normal wear for any surplus item that has been in storage for 50+ years. They arrived with many of the parts coated in grease.

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We have verified matching serial numbers for collectors on all 10 parts that contain serial numbers:
Bolt, Bolt carrier, trunnion, dust cover, gas tube, recoil spring, rear sight leaf, sear, safety lever, and handguard. 

Includes a sealed AK cleaning kit with Hungarian plastic oil bottle, and canvas/leaver sling that are in NOS condition.

Similar to the Hungarian SVD's, since Hungary likely contracted most of the parts for production (since they were built in small numbers) we can't guarantee any special proof marks or stamps.

The RPK (Russian: Ручной пулемёт Калашникова/РПКromanized: Ruchnoy Pulemyot Kalashnikova, English: "Kalashnikov's hand-held machine gun"), sometimes retroactively termed the RPK-47, is a Soviet 7.62×39mm light machine gun that was developed by Mikhail Kalashnikov in the early 1960s, in parallel with the AKM assault rifle. It was created to standardize the small arms inventory of the Soviet Army, where it replaced the 7.62×39mm RPD machine gun. The RPK continues to be used by the military of the post-Soviet states and certain African and Asian nations. 


  • 5
    Molot RPK

    Posted by Marc on Jun 28th 2024

    Very happy with this exceptional kit.
    Excellent condition Russian Molot.

  • 5

    Posted by Chris Herzog on Jun 28th 2024

    Super nice kit. Definitely from an un used Rifle.

  • 5

    Posted by James on Jan 18th 2024

    All matching parts kit looks brand new never fired except for testing, highly recommend AOA for all my ak purchase’s

  • 5
    Pristine Molot Parts Kit

    Posted by Ken S. on Jan 16th 2024

    Although exceptionally expensive this is a pristine parts kit. The kit I received was all matching and very well de-miled. Furniture has only minor handling marks. This kit looks to be from a lightly used to unissued 1976 Molot RPK. Great opportunity to build a Molot clone with authentic Russian parts.