Nice Sino-Soviet SKS (average wear and tear)

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Nice Sino-Soviet SKS (average wear and tear)

Postby 2k05gt » Sun, 09 Mar 2014 00:19:05

found a great buy on an SKS, 1956 Sino-Soviet all Russian parts build by the Chinese.
all matching numbers too. and it shoots great.

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Re: Nice Sino-Soviet SKS (average wear and tear)

Postby MarcSpaz » Sun, 09 Mar 2014 01:28:24

Man, Looks sweet. You get it at the show in Frederecksburg?


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Re: Nice Sino-Soviet SKS (average wear and tear)

Postby 2k05gt » Sun, 09 Mar 2014 11:53:44

MarcSpaz wrote:Man, Looks sweet. You get it at the show in Frederecksburg?


No that's the one I got at the Chantilly show. It's a Vietnam era rifle,
so it's part of my Vietnam collection along with my M16A1, My M1 Garand spans all three wars,
WWII, Korea and Vietnam Thats how great a rifle the M1 was. :clap:

I am looking for an Arisaka 1942 - 1944 range and and an Enfield
I am narrowing my WWII Collection to those dates

AK-47 as well would fit in two collections.
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Re: Nice Sino-Soviet SKS (average wear and tear)

Postby MarcSpaz » Sun, 09 Mar 2014 12:48:35

I would love to have an Enfield. I need to buy a new safe before I get anymore rifles. The current one is full of dirty laundry.


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