1980 KP0737 (Final assembly of the rifle)
The S-code prefixes were used after the Romanians ran out of two-letter prefixes in 1980. The S-prefix wasn't solely used with "G" models or any other.
I have a daughter. I tell her, "911 is what you dial after you're raped. 1911 is what you should have before they try."
Last edited by noobert; 03-09-2009 at 01:49 AM.
I saw some ROMY kits on KYIMPORTS.com for $169/ea yesterday. Then, ordered two.
M U S I B I K E
How did you place the order? Online (fax) or by phone?
BTW, the only listing I could find was at Specials with kits listed for $159.99, but the page is listed as:
Last Updated on
Mon., Mar 19, 108
What year 108 is I don't know, but it's only March 14 here so the closest year would be 2008. The page is at least 1 year old. Some kyimports pages reference 2004, so who knows?
My Romy G's # is 1981 S AI 2189 empty triangle. It is a nice kit with smooth machining marks, a very well made weapon. Paid $120 for it back in Jan 2008, I should have got more.
edit to add : my avatar is the kit with a NDS-3 receiver
Last edited by The Professor; 03-16-2009 at 04:05 AM.
I've read somewhere about the 1983-1984 kits are rare birds anyone know about this? Prof
Going by the similar Romanian serial thread on AK Forum, the 1983 and 1984 kits are more uncommon than some and less uncommon than others. By that same measure, it looks like 1986 kits are the most common.