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2FFords
02-23-2012, 9:53 AM
Make: Zastava SKS -0-

Model: 59/66

Caliber: 7.62x39

Location (city or county): Fresno ca

Price: $325

Will ship (Y/N): Y buyer pays

Other info: Rifles are still packed in cosmoline in original boxes. I have 3 for sale. :43:I bought them to cut the barrels down and make nice shooters out of them for my family but didnt take 922r into consideration:facepalm:. 922r compliance costs too much money for me. So...... I will trade for any C&R SKS not having a grenade launcher. Or I will take cash money......

I attached pics (I hope) of the three as well as the CA Legal modifed grenade launcher holes are drilled in the end like a compensator and a small bead of weld has been buzzed on the bottom side of the GL assembly.

Also I do not have assesory kits with these rifles. I think that why I got them at the price I did.

Thanks

0321jarhead
02-23-2012, 2:14 PM
PM SENT

stitch_paradox
02-23-2012, 7:06 PM
Make: Zastava SKS X3

Model: 59/66

Caliber: 7.62x39

Location (city or county): Fresno ca

Price: $325

Will ship (Y/N): Y buyer pays

Other info: Rifles are still packed in cosmoline in original boxes. I have 3 for sale. :43:I bought them to cut the barrels down and make nice shooters out of them for my family but didnt take 922r into consideration:facepalm:. 922r compliance costs too much money for me. So...... I will trade for any C&R SKS not having a grenade launcher on the front, M1 Carbine or Garand.

Thanks


Is this C&R?

mossyxd
02-23-2012, 7:45 PM
pictures?

jayfarley3
02-23-2012, 8:21 PM
I'm interested. can you post some pictures?

2FFords
02-23-2012, 9:56 PM
According to ATF its C&R. I bought these before I had mine. I attempted to post pics and only attached them sorry.

badbobgerman
02-23-2012, 10:28 PM
why would it be bad to cut off the launcher to make a shooter ?does this make it too short?what 922r does this violate ..

peterabbits
02-23-2012, 10:57 PM
I'll take one. Not sure if it matters but I have an 03FFL, no need to go thru a 3rd party. Pm sent.

2FFords
02-23-2012, 11:09 PM
Any time you change the configuration the ATF approved the firearm for importation with you then fall under 922r rules. Its not that I cant do it. Its the cost of making the rifle 922r compliant. I bought these yugos with the specific purpose of taking the barrels down to the lowest legal limit and removing the 2lbs of metal I have no use for on the muzzle. If I do all the work and spend the money to make them 922r compliant, I could have found a Russian for the same price. I would have had to do no work and have chrome lined barrels.


I have one left pending funds and background approvals.

Thanks guys.