Finnish 91/30 rework, 7.62X54R, w/stacked front sight, imported by TGI Knoxville, TN. “HM94X” serial number; matching bolt (force-matched?), and no manufacturer or date stamps found on round low-wall SA-marked receiver. Excellent, sharp, bright, bore; counterbored. Early bolt body and cocking knob. Early Soviet deep-notch rear sight, sight ladder in the white, and early single-bevel slide w/early Soviet cross-hatched button. Double-stacked front sight blade. Handguard brass endcaps with nice, smooth, rivets. Early Soviet nosecap. Very nice, consistent bluing with a few scratches. Pot-bellied Finnish stock with solid buttstock (“Z” maker's mark) w/ 2 rounded finger joints in very nice condition, with a few storage compression marks. Includes cleaning rod and wire sling swivels. Even though I've had this one for a few years, I've never cleaned it, other than running some patches through the bore to confirm condition (no extra charge for the cosmoline).
$250 Shipped East of Mississippi
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SOLD Romanian SKS, 7.62X39, S#GN210X-1959 matching serial numbers on receiver, bolt carrier, bolt, topcover, magazine floorplate, triggerguard and buttstock (restamped to match, with original number present but tough to read). Bore is sharp and bright. Slight pitting on bolt bottom and various small compression marks on wood from storage. Includes cleaning rod. This is an uncommon SKS in better condition than most encountered. CAI import stamp on barrel, below gas tube. Bought a few years back and never fired; still needs a thorough cleaning. It looks a lot better in real life than in the pics.
SOLD $370 shipped East of Mississippi
Yugoslavian M24/47 Mauser, 8mm, S# T 7575, with force-matched bolt, and matching (likely forced) walnut stock with a few compression marks (nicest refurbished , not newly manufactured, stock I've seen on a 24/47). Stock has a plug on the left side where the original side swivel was located, and the handguard is also walnut, and color matches nicely. Triggerguard and floorplate do not match and there are no keeper screws. Bluing is nice, however has minor marks, probably from storage. Bright, sharp, like new bore and crown. Metal has various small stamps which I believe are from original factory or military acceptance. Includes cleaning rod, Bayonet, frog, and scabbard. TN Guns stamp on underside of barrel, forward of front band. Even though I've had this one since 2005, I've never cleaned it, other than running some patches through the bore to confirm condition (I won't charge extra for the cosmoline).
***SOLD 10/07/11***$230 shipped East of Mississippi
I'll take the yugo 24/47 as per our email conversation.