K'nex - 1964 PM-63 RAK Review

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Intro: K'nex - 1964 PM-63 RAK Review

Hey guys and Happy New Year to everyone. Today we are looking at the PM-63 RAK (Ręczny Automat Komandosów) that was used in many wars such as The Vietnam War, Gulf War and the Iraq War. It was designed for the need of a light hand held defensive firearm for armoured and artillery crews. The PM-63 RAK is a combination of a self loading pistol and a fully automatic submachine gun.


Instructions - https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-PM-63-RAK-Instructions/


Anyway let's talk about the PM63-RAK, it's not my own design since I followed pictures from Instructables member pmgroundhog's and I have successfully followed each picture to create this acceptable K'nex model of an PM-63 RAK.


Honestly there aren't really that many differences between my PM-63 RAK and pmgroundhog's PM-63 RAK when you compare them because they are pretty much exactly the same. The only difference is that mine doesn't fire K'nex pieces and his does where as I have a trigger guard and he doesn't have one so they are they pretty much equal to the real thing.


Good Points

· Good Iron Sights

· Very Realistic

· Comfortable Hand Grip 

·Does Includes The Hinged Hand Grip At The Front


Bad Points

· No Removable Magazine

· Uses A Few Cut Pieces


Specifications For A Real PM-63 RAK

· Designed - 1950's

· Number Built - 80,000

· Ammo - Mainly 9×18mm Makarov

· Rate Of Fire - 650 Rounds Per Minute

· Powered - Straight and Blowback

· Magazine - 15 or 25 Round Box Magazine

. Range - Between 110 and 165 yards


Overall its a very good replica, it look like the real thing and it is comfortable to handle. pmgroundhog's has made the one and only best one on Instructables.


In Call Of Duty: Zombies, the PM-63 RAK appears in all Call Of Duty: Black Ops maps except for the World At War versions. It is only available off the wall for 1000 points. It's an ok weapon up to round 8 but its high rate of fire will drain down it's low ammo count away very quickly and you would have to constantly buy ammo of the wall. When it is Pack-A-Punch for 5000 points it becomes the "Tokyo And Rose" where you get more damage, more ammo, slightly bigger magazine and they become duel wield however when using duel wield, the accuracy is not very good as the shots will not hit the zombies unless they are very close to you. Even though ammo can be bought of the wall, I still wouldn't recommend it and I would definitely trade it in for something that has better accuracy like an alternative wall weapon or one from the mystery box.


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    26 Discussions

    Well Mastersplinter, I have just rebuilt it again to make sure I'm right and it is abit flimsy but it does has a very strong structure but if you do love this weapon, then I would recommend that you should build it.

    Well this one would not have existed if pmgroundhog's had not made his. His has one has no trigger guard because his can actually shoot


    4 years ago

    Very good replica! What I love in particular about this is that front folding handle! Mmmmmmm yeah just what I was looking for! If you don't mind i'm going to build a mod for Competitor IV so it can use that.

    3 replies