The AK-63 (also known in Hungarian military service as the AMM) is a Hungarian copy of the Soviet AKM assault rifle manufactured by Fegyver- és Gépgyár since 1977.
In Hungarian service, the AK-63 replaced the AMD-65, which is nearly identical but features a modified heat shield and a vertical forward hand grip under the barrel. Although the AMD-65 had been the Hungarian service rifle since 1965, it was more expensive to build, and the forward grips had a reputation for being easily damaged in the field.
- AK-63F (AMM in Hungarian service): The basic fixed-stock copy of the AKM.
- AK-63D (AMMS in Hungarian service): An AKMS copy with an under-folding steel stock.
- SA-85M: A semi-automatic-only version intended for civilian sales in the United States; imported by Kassnar in both pre- and post-ban versions.