The AMD65 or Automata Modositott Deszant 1965 is a licensed variant of the AKM rifle that was manufactured by Hungary. Developed in 1965, it first saw service in 1967 and was used by the armored infantry and paratrooper units of the Hungarian Defense Forces.
Design wise, the AMD65 was best suited for outdoor use as an infantry rifle, however it can also be used within the tight space of an armored vehicle as a fire support weapon. The side-folding stock of the shaft design made this possible as the firearm could be made more compact. Using a 7.62x39mm cartridge, the 12.6 inch barrel is relatively short. Another feature is a specially designed muzzle brake to reduce muzzle flash which then makes the AMD65 louder. Today it is used in various western security forces including private military and contract employees.