|Manufacturer||Fegyver- és Gépgyár|
|Length||847 mm / 648 mm|
|Barrel length||317 mm|
|Action||Gas-operated, rotating bolt|
|Feed system||30-round magazine|
The AMD-65 was a carbine version of the Hungarian AMD-63/AK-63.
During Operation Snake Eater, the Ocelot Unit utilized prototype versions of the AMD-65 that the Soviets imported into Tselinoyarsk, and used them to fight against Naked Snake when hunting for him at Rassvet.
The AMD-65 entered service to the Hungarian military in 1965.
- Main article: Peace Walker Incident
Behind the scenesEdit
The AMD-65 assault rifle features in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, as the weapon of the Ocelot Unit soldiers, but is unavailable to the player. In Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, design specs for the rifle, referred to in-game as an ADM65, can be procured in Outer Ops, by eliminating Attack Chopper Units, a Small Armored Unit, a Small Tank Unit, a Main Enemy Unit, and by eliminating an enemy outpost.
- "A carbine version of the ADM63, it features a more lightweight design created with airborne and commando units in mind. It is fitted with a large muzzle compensator for improved firing accuracy.
The ADM65 is a hidden masterpiece, deftly balancing stopping power with precision and accuracy. Exactly the kind of weapon you want to have with you on a sneaking mission."
- ―ADM65 description in Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker