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Action - Semi-Auto
Caliber - 7.62x39MM
Barrel Length - 20.5"
Sights - Flip-Up Adj. Rear
The SKS was the predecessor to the AK-47, a Soviet semi-automatic rifle chambered for the 7.62x39mm round. The SKS, an acronym for Samozaryadnyj Karabin sistemy Simonova, uses a short-stroke gas piston with a tilting bolt and a 10-round stripper clip-fed or individual round loading feed system. While the the rifle is shorter and less powerful than the semi-automatic rifles that preceded it, the SKS has a 4-inch longer barrel than AK-series rifles that replaced it, resulting in a higher muzzle velocity. This rifle features a skeletonized synthetic stock with a vented forend, a raised Weaver-style scope base, a barrel shroud, a leather sling, and a 5-round magazine. Its stock and bore are all in very good condition and its metal is in good condition.