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AMD-65
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Details
Weapon class Assault rifle
Users Insurgents
Capacity 30+1 rounds
Cartridge 7.62x39mm
Rate of fire 600 RPM
Fire Mode Semi-Automatic
Fully Automatic
The AMD-65 is the Hungarian variant of the Russian AKM rifle. Designed in 1965 and featuring an all metal and polymer construction, it has a relatively modern look for the time it was designed in. It has an integrated forward vertical grip and side-folding stock, making it quite a compact package.
~ In-game description

The AMD-65 is an assault rifle featured in Squad.

General Information[]

The AMD-65 is a Hungarian gas-operated licensed variant of the Soviet AKM assault rifle. It is designed in 1965 by Fegyver és Gépgyár (FÉG, Hungarian for "Arms and Machine Factory") and is adopted as the standard service rifle of the Hungarian People's Army in 1967. The rifle ended its status as the standard service rifle of the Hungarian People's Army in 1986 when it got replaced by the Hungarian assault rifle AK-63. However, the AMD-63 still continued remained in military service to the present. The AMD-65 is used by 4 countries (including Hungary) as well as the Palestine Liberation Organization, and the Islamic terrorist organization, the Taliban.

The AMD-65 is mainly made out of only metal (mainly sheet metal) and plastic and not wood which is quite rare for a Soviet-influenced firearm during this time. The AMD-65 basically retains all the features that come from the AKM. The only differences are that the AMD-65 comes with a foregrip, side-folding stock, shorter gas tube, and a shorter barrel. The AMD-65 uses 7.62x39mm cartridges.

Gameplay[]

  • The AMD-65 magazine holds 30 rounds.
  • Can be fired on automatic and semi-automatic.
  • The AMD-65 is only used by the Insurgents faction. It is only issued to the Medic class.

Trivia[]

  • The abbreviation AMD from AMD-65 stands for Automata Módosított Deszant[fegyver] which means in English from Hungarian, "Automatic Modified Paratrooper [weapon]". 65 stands for the year the AMD-65 was designed, which is 1965.

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