Rare Egyptian Contract Russian SKS – NO IMPORT MARKS – C&R

$1,450.00

The Rare Egyptian Contract Russian SKS stands out as a testament to the international collaborations that shaped the military landscape during the Cold War era. Its scarcity and distinctive features make it a prized possession for those who appreciate the blend of design, history, and craftsmanship that defines this unique firearm.

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The Rare Egyptian Contract Russian SKS is a distinctive and sought-after firearm that marries the historical significance of the Russian SKS design with the unique features of an Egyptian contract variant. This rifle represents a fascinating blend of Soviet and Egyptian military histories, making it a prized collector’s item for enthusiasts and firearms connoisseurs alike.

What are the rare variants of SKS?

Photo: Compañía de auctions de Rock Island. This includes the Karabiner-S de Alemania Oriental, the Polish kS and the Tula Russian SKS 762×39 cal matching numbers!! clones of the SKS manufactured in Vietnam and North Korea. Los models de Alemania del Este are distinguished by their slot for cabestrillo style K98 in the butt, and only produced during two or three years.

How many Russian SKS were made?

The SKS was manufactured at the Tula Arsenal from 1949 to 1958, and at the Izhevsk Arsenal from 1953 to 1954, resulting egyptian hakim in a total Soviet production of approximately 2.7 million.

Why is the SKS so good?

The SKS is a nice light rifle. Shoot the 7.62 x39r around the AK47 shots. It has comparable performance to the 30-30 Winchester bullet and is legal for whitetail deer. The SKS is semi-automatic, so there is no need to remove a bolt or lower the lever to fire another round.

The Russian SKS, designed in the aftermath of World War II, gained international recognition for its reliability and effectiveness. The Egyptian contract version adds a layer of rarity and intrigue to this already iconic firearm. Produced during a specific period of collaboration between Egypt and the Soviet Union, these rifles bear the distinctive markings and features of both nations.

Some of the distinctive features are the laminate stock with no stamped serial number, the lack of markings on top of the dust cover, the faded white Farsi numbers on the left side of the stock (323 if I am reading them correctly), and the reddish appearance of parts of the stock likely from the red shellac that was often locally applied to better resist the desert sand

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