Russian made Izhevsk SKS rifles produced in 1954 are now available for sale to military surplus firearms wholesalers and importers.
Russian SKS Izhevsk Rifles
Russian made Izhevsk SKS rifles produced in 1954. SKS-45 stands for: Samozaryadny Karabin sistemy Simonova, 1945 (Self-loading Carbine of the Simonov system, 1945)
The SKS rifles were manufactured mostly at the Tula Arsenal from 1945 to 1958, and at the Izhevsk Arsenal from 1953 to 1954, resulting in a total Soviet production of about 2.7 million carbines, and making the Izhevsk made SKS rifles very rare. These Russian SKS Izhevsk rifles are with a beautiful wood finish and they DO NOT come with the bayonet unfortunately.
Not importable to the US.
Not exported from Russia or Belarus.
Make: Izhevsk Arsenal
Origin: Russia USSR
Magazine Capacity: 10 rounds (non-detachable magazine)
- Goods will be packed by the supplier/seller for freight.
- All prices are ex-works unless agreed otherwise.
- Buyer/client is in charge of making logistical and shipping arrangements unless agreed otherwise.
- All goods are sold as-is-where-is, subject to prior sale and approval by the respective authorities of the buyer and seller for export and import.