"accuracy' is, from the BENCH. Too bad you pussies are so obsessed about ME, aint it? I never bothered to work at such things, but yes, I could do it at 100 yds, with a few hour's dry and live fire 3 out of 5, no problem. nothing to it. See, dummies, I reserved the left hand-eye for "other" work, so it wouldnt screw up my main combat handgun side, and THAT side wouldn't screw up my accuracy side. I figured THAT out by 1970, age 18. Too bad you are so ignorant, and stupid.
No, it's a .223 Polytech and it uses Valmet/Galil mags (the Norinco .223's use a different, Ak-74 style mag).
I also had a 7.62x39mm Polytech. They would both group that well.
The quality of the AK's vary wildly. The .223's tend to be very accurate, even the Norincos.
The Krebs is semi-custom but 1st class. The best production AK is either the US made Arsenal or the Russian made Vepr.
A lot of the 7.62x39mm's rep for mediocre accuracy was also the Chinese ammo every one was using early on.
Back in the 80's I examined a whole slew of 7.62x39mm and that's when I first noticed that the Chinese 7.62x39mm ammo had inconsistent powder charges. I'm not the only one who did that and found the same results.