Photos show 4 randomly pulled and cleaned specimens from a lot of very nice Yugoslavian Military 7.62 x 39 Semi-Auto military rifle, Model 59/66, issued to Marshal Tito's troops during the Cold War, probably about 1959 to 1961. We've come across a few of them recently; all of them are basically identical to the wildly popular SKS rifles from Russian and China, and its quality comes very close to the Russian SKS’s. Photo is representative, but all these are in similar condition. External surface is has strong bluing throughout with a nice purplish hue to it, and the buttstock is quite nice, every bit as good as the Russian SKS’s that trickled in 10 to 15 years ago. We rate them as Very Good to Excellent, since their only surface detractions appear to be storage contact markings. Photo specimens are some we have ocleaned, and it's about an hour job to degrease one. Photos, at any rate, should suffice for prospective owners to check our finish grading. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean, and excellent. These rifles are Samco Global Arms import and so marked inconspicuously under the forward area of the barrel. Rifled portion of the barrel is about 20 inches, with 24 inch overall length including the muzzle brake. Bayonet is blade type with chrome plating, identical to the Russians. These are very tough rifles, and they will certainly digest any steel case ammunition on the market nowadays. Weight empty is a well balanced 9 3/4 pounds, and their low recoil makes them one of the most pleasant handling hunting rifles on the market today. All the accessories for SKSs will fit these, too. While these are eligible for transfer to Federally Licensed Collectors, they are not eligible for transfer to civilians in California, C&R Licensed or not; and certain other jurisdictions on account of the grenade launcher apparatus at the muzzle. We're offering the rifle in the photo, degreased, or one of its identical mates, each for only $329.00. Not transferable to civilians in California or any other jurisdiction where it is prohibited or restricted. The obsolete grenade launcher is the killer for CA civilians. We'll clean 'em up for $20 apiece, but if you're going to store them, they're ideal, already very well protected.
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