Country of origin

East Germany

Year(s) designed


Production began


Weapon type

Assault rifle




Gas operated, rotating bolt

Overall length

34.6 in (88 cm)

Barrel length

16.3 in (41.5 cm)


7.9 lbs (3.6 kg)

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

30-round curved magazine

Used by

East Germany

The MPi-KM is a assault rifle designed and manufactured from East Germany. The weapon was the standard service rifle used by the East German army from 1964 to 1990, before East and West Germany were reunited into Germany.

Design detailsEdit

The MPi-KM is essentially a copy of the Soviet AKM assault rifle. However, the reason why both rifles are not the same is because the MPi-KM is often dark brown or black and the weapon has tiny bumps on both sides of the stock, while the AKM has both smooth sides of the stock.

See alsoEdit

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