Description

SKU: 5165493085
UPC: CSKSR
MFR#: CSKSR
Caliber: 7.62x39mm
Barrel Length: 20"
Action: Semi-Automatic
Frame: Steel Frame w/ Wooden Stock
Magazine Capacity: 10rds
Magazine Type: Fixed
Sights: Adjustable Iron Sights
Bayonet: Spike Bayonet
Cleaning Rod: Rifles may or may not come with a cleaning rod, although most do
Condition: Military Turn-In Rifle; Condition Varies

**These rifles are MIlitary surplus and are in a used condition and are sold as-is. They will all come with heavy cosmoline on the exterior and internals of the rifle, along with varying degrees of markings on the wood stock. Some rifles include trench-art as well as issues with the finish.**

These are authentic Vietnam Era Military Surplus Chinese Type 56 SKS rifles, manufactured at the #26 Jianshe Arsenal factory. This lot of rifles was stored in a neutral country for the last 20 years, so they are able to be imported and available to the public now! Unique, battle-worn characteristics define this classic SKS rifle as they have everything from wear marks, scars, and even some have amazing trench art etched into the wooden stock. These rifles were stored with heavy amounts of cosmoline in order to protect them from rust and other environmental factors over the decades. The rifles come complete with spiker-style bayonets, a ten-round box magazine, and adjustable iron sights.

These rifles will vary in condition. The image above represents a range of conditions that are common for these military turn-in SKS rifles. Each rifle is going to be sold as-is and we are not offering hand-picked selections for purchases. All rifles are complete and fully functional but will need to be cleaned thoroughly prior to usage.

In regards to the varying condition of the stocks, we have found some with just minor scratches and dings and others with dents, gouges, and cracks caused by battle use and storage. The metal components were very well preserved by the cosmoline, and the functionality will reflect that.

Safety Notice:
These rifles will all need to be taken apart and cleaned thoroughly before firing. Also please remember that an SKS has a free-floating firing pin, which can cause slam fires if the firing pin is stuck in the outside position. A good rule that everyone should be following is “ALWAYS CHAMBER A FIREARM IN A SAFE DIRECTION”. This is especially important with an SKS as slam firing 10 rounds in an unsafe direction can be catastrophic. We recommend you have your rifle checked by a competent gunsmith before firing.

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$349 for the rifle, and they will even throw in an incurable disease for free!!!

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interesting collector/display item but at a steep cost (in my opinion)

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The antifa folks would love these. Anything communist is right up their alley.

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You are drinking the antifa koolaid mighty hard aren't ya? I bet you still believe in Pizzagate and wonder were Obama was born.....

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Okay, snowflake.

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Not sure, I want it. Russian one would be sweet but a beaten up knock off. May be I will regret who knows

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those were made from norinco, they were used dearing the Chinese communist times, and they have real battle warn

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I think I can dig up cheaper rust collectors.

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Looks like a lot of rust around the chambers when you get a close-up of them..........

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and... they're gone.

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Never buy anything Chinese again! AK's, shoes, pants, Q-tips. Go Molot they don't have two free Ginsu knives and a free virus!

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Sure, let see how long your stimulus check going to last.

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I bought one from aim surplus when they were being sold as best of the best all matching serial numbers....the stinking stock was warped, so I’m stuck with a bag of parts. CAVEAT EMPTOR....
Aim surplus talks a good game but they told me to pound sand....YMMV....

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SELL ME YOUR GAS TUBE

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neither do I

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I remember when hamburgers were a nickel...

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remember when you could buy these for $90? I didnt want one then either :P

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I bought my first one in 1989 for $49. They had crates of them at the gun shows for that price.

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I sure do. Remember the swedish 96's for about the same price too.

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You’re not alone. I remember a price tag of $79.99 for a Norinco. I saw a crate of Mosins at a gun show in 2011 priced $89.99 each and I didn’t want one of those ethoseitheteither.

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