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My first SKS- 1954 Russian, Ishy, looks minty, has the typical repaired stock. All matching numbers, but stock is force-matched. To keep the Gunny at bay----
oh, the last one really shows a lot of dust(and covered toes), haven't gotten around to cleaning it all up yet :D :D




 

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no plans for Bubba on this one, it's staying as is-gonna get me a $169 Yugo from SOG for that 8)
 

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there's a guy here in town who collects, buys and sells all kinds of military stuff, including firearms. That's where I got my first 2 MN's also. He mostly deals in the higher dollar firearms, like fully functional & safe to shoot 1903A3's (he's got 5 for sale, way outta my league). I prolly gave more for it than I should've, but other than the dust & cosmo on it, it is CLEAN. I pushed two patches through the barrel and it is mirror bright.
 

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Just found out over at sksboards that the Ishy's were only made 2 years, 53 and 54. And it also appears to have an East German proof mark. Gotta check this out more! :shock:
 
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