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Gun Review: The Chinese Type 81

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Based on the Soviet-Sino production, it would appear that these truly domestically produced carbines were produced in the latter half of through at latest early The Chinese themselves often refer to their domestic built SKS carbine as the “Type 56 and a half” carbine.

Most of the information presented herein applies directly to any standard fixed magazine SKS Carbines. The site includes a large number of very nice photos. It has been reported that the following variations exist: The inch version is very scarce. I give up, how do I load an SKS? Most SKS Carbines have fixed non-removable magazines.

Ammunition is loaded from the top of the receiver into the magazine. The consensus seems to be that SKS Carbines can be reloaded just as fast using stripper clips as one can change a detachable magazine on other rifles. Can I put a scope on an SKS? The SKS was never designed with scopes in mind. These mounts replace the factory receiver cover and allow a scope to be mounted. The clear solution to this problem would seem to be to add a detachable magazine to an SKS Carbine.

Item Gone: FS Genuine ‘Sino Soviet’ Chinese Type 56 (SKS)

I collect the SKS rifles and I can tell you that price varies by condition, country of origin, and your geographical location. The prices assume they are in original condition, no aftermarket parts. A Yugo M59 is a bit less common but still enough around not to command too much of a premium. Not many are in that great of condition however, you will really have to look to find a nice one.

In the s, China’s small arms were largely inferior to the United States and Russia. The PLA was mostly armed with the Type 56 assault rifle, a clone of the original AK, and the Type 56 carbine, a clone of the Soviet SKS.

Affordable Doubles By Chuck Hawks The steeply rising production costs of the classic side-by-side shotgun eventually drove most manufacturers into extinction or forced their products into price classes that only the wealthiest shooters could afford. They are great guns, but their price puts these and the other guns like them beyond the scope of an article on “Affordable Doubles. Smith Hunter Arms , A.

Fox, Lefever Arms Co. The legend of the side-by-side shotgun has lived on to captivate a new generation of shooters. New manufacturing technologies like monobloc construction, CNC machining, investment casting and laser guided checkering, among others, plus the expansion of the world economy in Asia and Eastern Europe, has allowed double guns to make something of a comeback.

I am not talking about–and do not recommend–poorly manufactured doubles, such as the low priced models manufactured in Turkey and Russia today and sold under a multitude of brands, the most commonly encountered of which may be Stoeger now owned by the Beretta conglomerate. This article is about perfectly serviceable field guns built to last. Such guns are available on both the new and used markets.

A middle class wage earner that is willing to do some scrimping and saving can buy a good new or used double. Manufacturing double guns is never a very profitable business and making a high quality, field grade double at a reasonable price is practically impossible today. Field grade doubles cannot compete with pump and autoloading guns in price.

If the selling price is cheap, so is the quality and construction.

Finding Your Norinco SKS Production Date

The SKS was superseded as a front line Soviet firearm within only a few years by the AK , but has been manufactured in a number of countries, and used by the military forces of at least 21, as well as various insurgent groups. But when the Bush, Sr and and Clinton anti-gun laws faded into the sunset, unrenewed by both Congress and the latter President Bush, the SKS once again became plentiful and less expensive. While the AK improved on the SKS design, the SKS is still extremely inexpensive to produce eastern bloc Communist military doctrine inclined towards throwing lots of expendable soldiers and weapons at the enemy, overwhelming with sheer numbers rather than quality and yet reasonably accurate under battlefield conditions.

It’s still plenty accurate to stop a person or deer, or mountain lion at yards the standard battlefield “zero” distance”. I’ve been told by Chris Wardrop of Lafayette, IN, that some of these rifles have milled trigger assemblies, while others have assemblies that were stamped and spot welded.

Dec 01,  · A real, Russian SKS with milled parts, which bridged the gap between the MN and the AK. To be quite frank, if it is a Russian-designed weapon, it attracts me more than one hundred ARs. Somehow I’ve never looked at ARs at gunshows or shops, even after a .

Most of the examples seen in the U. The model designation is Type 63 Carbine and were produced in state arsenals. Not sure on how to tell the year of these weapons as no definitive pattern has been observed. The only difference between these two North Korean SKS’s is the second digit which may be related to the year or the arsenal, not sure which. The Arsenal is usually marked on the top of the receiver cover and all the pictures I have seen have the same stamping.

That is why I am led to believe the first 2 digits have something to do with the year. If someone else knows more about these I will post it, so let me know. Notice the two below are only numbers off. Again, as far as date of manufacture goes and judging by the characteristics of the rifles I would estimate the early to mid 60’s as the time frame.

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History of the SKS The SKS was to designed and produced as a service firearm that would have a limited lifespan between 2 rifles but utilized a reliable operating mechanism design. This rifle was a less radical “just in case” for the AK ‘s experimental design. Initially fielded in early against the Germans, the SKS was not adopted officially by the Soviet Army till and was produced by the Tula Armory until The quality of the early Soviet carbines was quite high as compared to some later manufacturers.

Advantages over the SKS were the selective-fire option, a rifle that was lighter, had more magazine capacity, not to mention that it was less labor-intensive to manufacture.

Sino soviet sks serial number Sino soviet sks serial number The location of the rear swivel was moved sometime in , from the side to the bottom of the butt while other eino either left .

I am aware that there are “well informed collectors” in the US and elswhere, who deny the existence of Hungarian made SKS carbines. A few years ago they also denied the existence of the Albanian SKS’s: After the trials the SKS carbines remained in service by an unknown element reportedly a “rifle-corps” of the military at least for several years. An instruction manual was written in for Hungarian infantry firearms, which included the SKS.

Uszta Gyula altbgy [Lt. Another Hungarian SKS army manual was dated This photo shows the Guards getting ready for G. Bush’s visit to Hungary, in June

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For sale is my Sino-Soviet SKS, made in during a time when the Chinese made an agreement with the Russians, and they came over with the machinery and showed them how to make the SKS rifles.

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Conflit frontalier sino-soviétique de 1969

PST Border War of This border conflict fought on the edges between China and Mongolia developed into a major conflict during the Battle of Khalkhin Gol, dating back to previous border clashes during and after the Russian Civil War in the early 20’s. The conflict quickly escalated in the Spring of into a"small” war with a contained front that became a major theater of war by the time the Red Army claimed victory in September , just as World War II began. Critical to the later events of World War II itself, Khalkhin Gol was one of the most decisive and important conflicts fought during the last months of the prelude to World War.

The actual military engagements of the battle fought from 11 May to September , on the banks of the river, in the prairie-like fields and skies all around the Khalkhin River, effectively checked Imperial Japanese aggression and imperialist ambitions in Siberia and Mongolia for the duration of the war. This series of battles and skirmishes had combined casualties of perhaps in excess of 50, men [1] was a decisive victory for the Red Army and their Mongolian allies.

These are referred to as the Sino-Soviet models and are characterized by many Russian stampings on the receiver and barrels. These early SKS’s had no Chinese characters stamped on the receiver and some had no factory 26 symbol.

I had thought the letters would point to where it was made. Dave Regarding the Romanian bayonet serial number system, it’s widely assumed there’s actually a method to the madness. They copied the Russian style of serializing for a while until they went with their own way, and when they began producing larger quantities of rifles.

The three-digit serial numbers are the earliest. In the Russian style, they used the last three numbers of the serial number. For example, ” ” Next, the four-digit serial numbered bayonets. More rifles were produced, so a larger serial number created.

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