* AK-47 1948–51, 7.62x39mm — The very earliest models, with the Type 1 stamped sheet metal receiver, are now very rare.
* AK-47 1952, 7.62x39mm — Has a milled receiver and wooden buttstock and handguard. Barrel and chamber are chrome plated to resist corrosion. Rifle weight is 4.2 kg (9.3 lb).
* AKS-47 — Featured a downward-folding metal stock similar to that of the German MP40, for use in the restricted space in the BMP infantry combat vehicle.
* RPK, 7.62x39mm — Squad automatic rifle version with longer barrel and bipod.
* AKM, 7.62x39mm — A simplified, lighter version of the AK-47; Type 4 receiver is made from stamped and riveted sheet metal (see schematic above). A slanted muzzle device was added to counter climb in automatic fire. Rifle weight is 3.61 kg (8 lb) due to the lighter receiver.
* AKMS, 7.62x39mm — Folding-stock version of the AKM intended for airborne troops. Stock may be either side- or under-folding
* AK-74 series, 5.45x39mm – See main article for details.
* AK-101 series
* AK-103/AK-104 series
* AK-107/AK-108 series
This is what I found on wiki. What ones are simply not available to us and which ones are?
Im looking for a semi auto of some kind.
I would suggest looking at as many pictures as you can, decide what you would like, then post here on how to get it. The look of just about any AK can be duplicated fairly closely but the cost will vary of course.