Last Year I purchased one of the Chiappa RAK 22 rifles (NIB and put it away as a collector item . Now I'm thinking my two AKT 98s and WASR 22 are more desirable . I have an early production AKT-98 KK95 in Original configuration that is a safe lurker also as a collectible . The other AKT-98 is adorned with a Romanian wire side folder stock and rare aftermarket USA made Metal Wire AK Cheek piece . MY WASR 22 is configured with WASR 10 laminate wood stock set . Both the sidefolder and WASR have the BDM Spring Loaded FP kit & upgraded extractor/ejector mods . I avoided the M10 22 Romanian Kits & Rifles that were floating around after the AKT-WASR 22 eras (2002-2009) and prior to the RAK 22 imports (2018- ) I was really hoping that the Russian knockoff (Saiga AK22 )of these little beasts would hit our Markets back in 2012 -13 but alas they did not get over in any significant number (Strangely Germany & the UK got small batches) . I'm a big fan of these European 22 caliber AK/AKM Rifles (Even though they are like 1950s & 60s British Sportscars on need for tuning and need for tinkering ) I believe they are among the rarest real Arsenal or Factory built AK/AKM rifles in existence and boutique niche in the AK collector world .