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.
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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