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Romania Cugir - Hoodie

7 reviews
$40.00 USD
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Description

Romania originally began producing the AKM in the early 1960's under license from Russia at a small arms plant called Uzina Mecanica Sadu.  As manufacturing and export sales increased, production of Romanian Kalashnikovs was taken over by the state controlled factory, Cugir, or "Uzina Mecanica Cugir" in Transylvania.  Cugir was originally established in 1799 under the Austrian Empire.  AK's produced at the popular Cugir Plant can be distinguished by the proof mark on the trunnion depicting an upward facing triangle with an un-fletched arrow inside connecting to the bottom of the triangle.  Some copies may also have an empty triangle proof mark with no arrow. 

 

Features

  • 50% cotton, 50% polyester
  • Double-lined hood
  • Double-needle stitching throughout
  • Air-jet spun yarn with a soft feel and reduced pilling
  • 1x1 athletic rib knit cuffs and waistband with spandex
  • Front pouch pocket

 

Note: Hoodies are thick and cozy.  If unsure, go up one size. 

 


 

Customer Reviews
4.7 Based on 7 Reviews
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10/06/2022
Kirk A.
United States United States

Great conversation starter!

Quality is superb, very comfortable. Large fit me perfectly (5’10”-165), shipped quickly. Show love for your favorite arsenal but be prepared to answer questions from people who don’t know. Very cool product. Will be shopping here again!

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12/12/2021
Tim H.
United States United States

Decent

This hoodie showed up in a respectable time and is soft and perfectly sized. However, after a little over a year of owning one, the print on it has faded a bit faster then preferable and stitching around the cuffs and pocket have been coming apart so not the greatest longevity on the product but if you know your way around sewing it is easily fixed.