Ok, it's got a few issues, but I am still super psyched to be it's new owner, especially since it was gifted to me! The guy who gave it to me picked it up on a bulk group of guns from an estate auction and he knows nothing about it. I pieced together from the markings that it's a Norinco NHM-90 or 56S. It looks like it was fired a good amount, but never been cleaned, so I already took care of that. Sorry I've got no pics yet b/c I have the front wood furniture off (Is apparently custom b/c it has a carved forward grip unlike the Romanian ones) to stain it to match the pistol grip. So, that is all the cosmetic issues...easy stuff to fix. My huge problem is that whoever had this rifle before decided, for God only knows what reason, to completely hack off the rear sight assembly. I am talking hacksaw quick job...didnt even file it down after ward...it's a mess. Again, sorry for no pics. Just picture taking a hack saw and going horizontally at the area that holds the flip up rear sight until you've chopped it off completely...yea, like creating a skylight for your piston. Now, I don't know a lot about AKs yet, but it seemed to me that area is connected to the receiver and is all one piece...so impossible to swap out. So, I wondered if you all had any ideas or suggestions on how to proceed with that one.