The two-row box-type 30-round magazine is attached at an angle to give extra space for the return spring.
To disengage and remove the top cover with handguard, the lever located at the front right-hand side of the stock should be turned around its axis to the lower position. The top cover taken off, pull the integrated firing unit holding the barrel with your right hand until it comes out from the guiding rails inside the stock and the stock extension rod. To strip the trigger mechanisms from the carrier-stock proceed as follows. Depress the buttstock’s lock/release knob all the way through, and, holding it in such a position, turn the smaller lever located above the pistol grip downwards.
The "Abakan" buttstock folds to the right in contrast to the AK-74 and AK-100 series. Folded in such a manner, the rifle unfolds easier and quicker from the ergonomic point of view and is handier to carry.
To absorb the shock of the firing unit in the rear position and to boost its return travel, the rifle has a buffer located inside the stock above the foregrip. The buffer interacts with the firing unit through the hook located under the barrel extension to the right of the receiver. To boost the return travel of the bolt carrier there is a shock absorber in the rear of the receiver.