Original Chinese 56 SKS rifles, military surplus specification with chrome lined bore, barrel threaded into receiver, milled parts, and folding blade bayonet. These early rifles were used and show wear from active military service, with little metal bluing finish, and rough wood stocks. Do not expect a cleaning rod. Overall Fair to Good condition, functioning shootable rifles, may have spots of corrosion, heavily preserved in cosmoline. C&R eligible. Most marked with factory 26 in a triangle.
Choose from menu above to hand select for nicer overall finish and wood (+$30), or choose a discounted rifle with a cracked stock (-$40).
Picture is a representative of the stock we have, and may not be the exact item you will receive.
ATTENTION: Firearms ONLY ship to an FFL holder (or C&R if eligible). If you do not have an FFL (Federal Firearms License) then you must find one in your area to do the transfer for you, and you must enter their address as the shipping address on your order.
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I ordered a hand select SKS. The bluing was really good for the age. It would have been a five star except the stock was in really rough shape but I will be refinishing it anyways. The service was great and I am very happy with the sales staff.
Very pleased with the damaged stock SKS. Bore was in excellent condition. Rifle overall mechanically great with a nice, worn metal patina. Matching serial numbers with the stock and minor damage to the wood stock was an easy repair. This was a well-used SKS, but worth it : )
The sks, one of those guns every gun owner should have. Simple robust and fun to shoot. This being my first sks purchase I did my research. I can tell you j and g sales beat the rest. Not just in price but in quality. There type 56 sks is one of the best on the market even their lowest grade sks' will get the job done. My stock is a bit worse for wear but that's what I bought. I have no complaints for my early 50's milled sks.