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Egyptian FN49, PPSH 43 pics

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by GoCougs, Aug 5, 2012.

  1. GoCougs

    GoCougs Oly Member

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    Egyptian Fn 49, good shooter, stock replacement prior to my ownership, all numbers match, good crest on the receiver, barrel is nice and strong, is import marked i think... under the hand guards. 650 obo

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    PPS-43 Kit with original barrel, kit is numbers matching in arsenal condition, think I have one mag to go with it. Just don't have time to build it.
    $140 Shipped
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    Local FTF with valid ID pm with questions
     
  2. GoCougs

    GoCougs Oly Member

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    Bump with updates
     
  3. LC450

    LC450 The Peoples Republic of WA State Member

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    PM Sent
     
  4. SigLover21

    SigLover21 Port Ludlow Member

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    PM sent
     
  5. GoCougs

    GoCougs Oly Member

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    TTT
     
  6. WheatNuts

    WheatNuts Camas, WA Active Member

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    Edit: Sorry I see that you're in Washington. PM sent.
     
  7. WheatNuts

    WheatNuts Camas, WA Active Member

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    I think your inbox is full. Do you still have the SKS?
     
  8. njsallee

    njsallee SALEM New Member

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    Do you still have the pps-43 kit available?
     
  9. M67

    M67 NW Oregon Active Member

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    From the pics you provided, i noticed the following-

    Your Russian SKS is not quite all #'s matching and it has been refurbished/re-arsenalled.

    The receiver cover shows a refurb stamp and finish.

    The stock is not laminated, it is a replacement Arctic Birch Hardwood stock, from another rifle, which was a common occurrence on the refurbished/re-arsenalled SKS rifles.

    The rear sight has been replaced, which is a # part as well.

    For collectors, all #'s matching would include the stock. The stock should only have 3 stamps. The arsenal stamp, the year 'r', and the serial number, you have an extra row of stamps.

    Being a refurbished/re-arsenalled rifle is not a bad thing, it just means the rifle was rebuilt to "as new" in it's past, before it was imported.

    The russian rifles are of a much higher quality, than the Chinese or Yugoslavian rifles and it is worth every penny of what you are asking and i love the color of the stock.
     
  10. GoCougs

    GoCougs Oly Member

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    yes it is