$249 Chinese SKS @ Centerfire Systems

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Post by TonyR »

The only reason I still have it is because it wasn't handy the last time I had a fire,LOL.
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Post by jwperry »

Wow, this is for real! At first glance I thought this was going to be a nostalgia thread. :lol:

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Post by lakelandman »

Even at 249 they are still ruff looking.
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Post by NorincoKid »

lakelandman wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:29 pm
Even at 249 they are still ruff looking.


Its really just the stocks, at least on the ones I ordered. The metal, and bore, were in pretty good shape. Had trim a crossbolt and open up the RSB area of a commercial chinese stock to fit, but it ended up working out.

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Post by MiamiOffshore »

Wow I remember my senior year in high school buying a "new" Norinco SKS for $79!

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