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Posted: 1/8/2003 12:29:27 PM EST



Doesn't appear to have been fired much. Blue is thin in some places, some handling marks. Folder is very stiff to move, but locks solidly open or closed.

Markings -

left side of the receiver:

Serial# on trunion 302XXX
AKM/47S
SEMI AUTO
7.62 x 39MM

In front of the mag well:

NORINCO
SILE N.Y.,N.Y.
MADE IN CHINA
Link Posted: 1/8/2003 12:32:35 PM EST
If you don't mind how much was it?
Link Posted: 1/8/2003 12:36:38 PM EST
[Last Edit: 1/8/2003 12:37:54 PM EST by DavidC]

Originally Posted By JIMBEAM:
If you don't mind how much was it?



I traded two rifles I had listed on the EE for it. I was asking $905 for both rifles, shipped.

As to what it actually cost me out of pocket, let's just say that it was a trade I was more than happy to make


Link Posted: 1/8/2003 12:40:01 PM EST
Good deal!

I have the same thing only mine is labeled in different places than yours. My serial number is M006XXX. On the rear left side of the receiver just in front of the push button for the folding stock is stamped:

56S-1
Semi-Auto
7.62X39MM
Made in China
By Norinco
Sile N.Y., N.Y.
Link Posted: 1/8/2003 1:42:28 PM EST
Very nice, you'll love every bit of it!!

Mine is Serial number MS0086XX on the left side of the trunion.

And

56S-1
Semi-Auto
7.62X39MM
Made in China
By Norinco
Sile N.Y., N.Y.
on the left near the stock release button.

I have since removed the slant comp for a barrel nut, replaced the rear sight for a windage adjustable one, and sometimes it sports a front wooden pistol grip.


BISHOP
Link Posted: 1/8/2003 1:45:22 PM EST
WOW, that looks to be "tight and clean"!

Im jealious!
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