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The SKS (Russian: Самозарядный карабин системы Симонова, romanized: Samozaryadny Karabin sistemy Simonova, 1945, self-loading carbine of (the) Simonov system, 1945) is a semi-automatic rifle designed by Soviet small arms designer Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov in 1945. The SKS was first produced in the Soviet Union but later widely exported and manufactured by various nations. Its distinguishing characteristics include a permanently attached folding bayonet and a hinged, fixed magazine. As the SKS lacked select-fire capability and its magazine was limited to ten rounds, it was rendered obsolete in the Soviet Armed Forces by the introduction of the AK-47 in the 1950s. Nevertheless, SKS carbines continued to see service with the Soviet Border Troops, Internal Troops, and second-line and reserve army units for decades.
The SKS was manufactured at Tula Arsenal from 1945 to 1958, and at the Izhevsk Arsenal from 1953 to 1954, resulting in a total Soviet production of about 2.7 million. Throughout the Cold War, millions of additional SKS carbines and their derivatives were also manufactured under license in the People’s Republic of China, as well as a number of countries allied with the Eastern Bloc. The SKS was exported in vast quantities and found favour with insurgent forces around the world as a light, handy weapon which was adequate for guerrilla warfare despite its conventional limitations. Beginning in 1988, millions were also sold on the civilian market in North America, where they remain popular as hunting and sporting rifles.
Unsealed 1000rds box of Klimovsk steel case ammo (123gr) and opened box consisting of 520rds of Tula steel case ammo (124gr).
Local sale in Hillsboro/Beaverton. Prefer to meet at Sportsmans Warehouse off Hwy 26/185th exit.
Not interested in any trades or splitting up the lot please
Sks Norinco with ammo
Choate traditional synthetic stock *installed (similar to original, very lightweight)
180 rds Wolf polyformance 123 grain HP steel case
20 rds Belom brass 123 gr
25 rds PPU soft point round 123 grain
10 OG stripper clips (the best)
9 reproduction stripper...
I want to trade my Norinco SKS. Comes as shown plus one 30rd mag. 550 rounds ran through it. Functions flawlessly.
Looking for a .22 pump action rifle, we will split background checks
Also looking for completed AR uppers chambered in 5.56/300blk/9mm, I will pay for background check
FS: Long-discontinued Tapco SKS stock in great shape w/ pistol grip, comm-spec faux buffer tube and m4 buttstock, bayonet cut. Missing the railed gas tube/cover.
FTF transaction only in the greater Vancouver/Clark area-no shipping. $40 cash or Venmo (no notes on payment!). Please PM me with...
It's time for some early spring cleaning. For sale is:
Norinco SKS Para bedded to a Monte Carlo stock. I also have a folding sporter stock that I'll throw in. Rifle comes with the original brake, cleaning kit, steel 30-rd mag and a poly 20rd mag. It also comes with the original spike...
Pretty nice Yugo SKS, still has some cosmoline. Ive fired 10 rounds thru it. Previous owner didnt fire much either. All matching. Bore and wood stock are also in great shape. Will ship on your dime and can take more photos upon request. I accept cashapp, and venmo. Thanks!
Made by CN Romarm SA/CUGIR in Romania
Imported in early 2000s
Has few upgrades like folding stock and quad rail .
Count around 500 rnds . O issues what so ever .
Will come with 2 metal 30 rnds mags.
I do have additional magazines and drums for extra
Norinco SKS fitted with a “Jungle” Fiberglass Stock up for grabs. All matching serial numbers on parts. Rifle is in great overall condition and has been meticulously cared for. Bayonet lug was shaved off from importer but it handles well due to the lighter weight. I left the gas tube alone and...
For sale Norinco SKS. I put about 30 rounds through it and it sat in the safe. I need to make room so I'm asking exactly what I paid for it. Clip pouch and a fistful of clips come with it.
$425 firm in the Beaverton, Hillsboro, or Tualatin area.
Unopened crate of 7.62x39mm looking for a new home. 1200rds total inside.
$500 local pick up in Hillsboro/Beaverton/Portland
Not interested in any trades.
Serious buyers please leave your phone number in PM for faster comms/text.
Hello everyone, and thanks for looking.
For sale here, I have a refurbished Russian SKS from 1955. It’ll come with 100 rounds of 7.62x39 and 10 Chinese stripper clips. It has a Russian 1960s web sling, or I could give you a Romanian Leather sling to go with it.
I am asking $850 OBO...
Yugo stock has a crack. $40 plus shipping
Yugo blade bayonet $60 shipped
Yugo grenade launcher muzzle adapter $20 shipped
Chinese bayonet base $15 ea shipped
Unknown top covers $15 ea shipped
Barreled receiver is sold.
Link to images.
Murray's Gunsmithing 922r SKS trigger & hammer: As-new condition, uninstalled. Currently unavailable online. US 922r compliant parts. $60 shipped w/tracking via USPS Priority mail and PPFF/Venmo payment or $55 FTF in the greater Vancouver, WA area.
***PRICE DROP*** FS: Uncommon Vietnam-era chicom 10-cell tie-strap SKS chest rig in immaculate condition for sale. Holds 20 loaded SKS strippers. I am a bit too well-fed to fit inside her, so off she goes. Silent tie clasps great for your stealth jungle-larping needs.
$45 $40 FTF in the...
So I’ve bought a few of these before all norinco but I’m pushing for a Yugoslavian I’m most likely gonna go touring some own shops for one this question is for all sks but any tips or things to look out for when buying one?
Selling a few rifles
A Austrian steyr m95 does have an import mark but is all matching numbers aside from the bolt also comes with a bayonet. Asking sold
A 1966 factory 26 Norinco SKS in original military configuration, does have an import mark on the receiver. Asking $425 OBO
Feel free to pm...