The Pistol Mitralieră model 1990 is the 7.62mm response to the 5.45mm Pușcă Automată model 1986. It is internally identical to a PM md. 63/65, and outwardly differs in that it has a wire folding stock identical to the PA md. 86 stock, and that all of the rifles are fitted with slant brakes. It was extensively used in the Romanian Revolution of 1989 along with the md. 63 and md. 65. It is collectively exported under the umbrella name AIM or AIMS
When it comes to replicating AKs into the Airsoft form, LCT are one of the best in the business. One thing I should get out of the way is that the receiver is a centimeter than it should be, where the receiver meets the stock, as it has to make space for the actual gearbox, but a lot of AK AEGs are like that.
The AIMS is a finely made AEG as it's made out of Aluminium, Steel and Real Wood to give its weight, which is around 3.5KG. LCT tried very hard to make the best replicas as there are parts that really show off its AK74 qualities. For instance, the AK47 flash hider is a dead giveaway. It has a Steel Folding stock which is very much like the PM MD .65 and the magazine holds AK47 caliber bullets. The airsoft version's magazine holds 600 BBs. That's a LOT of BBs.
When it comes to taking it for a spin, it shoots very well. Around 20 meters from your target, you'd hit it very frequently. The hop up unit is very sensitive so we would suggest using 0.25g BBs to make up for it. The AIMS is NOT a CQB weapon, even though it has the stature to be one. It shoots at around 400 fps which is way too high but it's perfect for outdoor skirmishes. There is a reason why the Russians love these AKs and we can definitely see why in the LCT AKs.