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Hi guys! I am new to sks, so have few questions. I saw Russian SKS Tula 1950 with NHM CO SACCO stamped on the receiver cover ,what does it mean? American writing on Russian sks? And for some reason bayonet was blued.
 

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Well Russian SKS's are very prized by collectors and I don't recommend getting one for just plinking. Yugo M59/66's are perfect for target shooting and have a neat NATO-spec gernade launcher on the end. I'm not to sure about the bayonet, my guess would be if a previous owner did it. I don't think arsenals do it. Russians are very nice SKS rifles and people tend to love em.
 

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Import marks are found on Re arsenalled rifles and handguns. Just like the vet bringbacks etc, except there stamped with the importers name on the reciever or under the barrel.
 

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russian sks

nhm means it was made in california by norinco. it is an after market probably purcashed at a wal-mart. which cost a whopping 100 dollars now worth over thre hundred
 
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