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  1. Have 30 more photo's if interested let me know. Would want to use an FFL within 10 miles of Morristown, there are at least 3. RSTP, Countyline, FSS. Listing local before going Gun Broker. Thank you for your interest C-40733 produced around 1963-65. $850 Firm Matching 40733 with stamped Stock and electro-penciled Receiver, Dust Cover and Bolt Carrier Matching 400 stamped Barrel with electro-penciled rear sight, top hand guard and magazine. Other parts such as bolt, piston extension, dust cover release pin, top fore hand guard, magazine cover, extractor, butt plate and trigger group assembly are marked with part numbers, as you would expect to find on a Zastava. Several acceptance and proof marks too numerous to list on bolt, stock, barrel, receiver, etc. Approximately 50,000 M59’s produced, many destroyed 1995 at end of Yugoslav Wars of independence on NATO demands. According to SKSboards.com there could have been as few as 24,500 of the C series produced. A rarity when you consider Type 56 and Russian production numbers are each in the millions. I rate this NRA Very Good condition with barrel having strong lands and deep grooves. A more accurate shooter with tighter groups at 100 yards then my Type 56 Jianshe 1969, as Zastava didn’t chrome line barrels a few extra patches are needed to clean her up. There is some loss of bluing on the top rear of the receiver cover, butt plate edges and front loop where the leather sling attaches. Otherwise, I believe you might be hard pressed to find an all matching in better condition. Zero Rust, Functions 100% correctly. 60 year old stock has some handling marks but, nothing garish or distracting. No cracks or chips. Discreet micro dot import mark T6 Knox TN SKS Caliber Yugo behind cleaning rod
  2. didnt think the barrel was threaded either but, the selling FFL is saying that it is. it looks just like the photo you posted
  3. Yes it has a detachable magazine Yes it has a bayonet Yes it has a threaded barrel But, does a threaded barrel automatically mean it can accommodate a flash suppressor? Info from NJ State Police website: (4) A flash suppressor or threaded barrel designed to accommodate a flash suppressor I find this a bit confusing because it leads me to believe not ever threaded barrel necessarily can accommodate a suppressor. Any thoughts. Thanks
  4. Swiss Ammo Sold, Last case of Mauser available. $1.20 per round or Trade
  5. Located near Morristown, NJ Sell / Trade for 7.62 X 39 Factory Ammo (No Surplus, ie, Ethiopian, Yugo, Chinese) Last Case - One 240 Round Case Mauser 8MM Sell $250 or Trade 600 rounds 7.62 Last Case - One 500 Round Case Mauser 8MM Sell $520 or Trade 1200 rounds 7.62 Have fired several hundred through my M48 without a hitch NJ Driver License and NJ Fire Arms ID Card need to make purchase SPEC's This 7.92x57IS (8MM Mauser) steel cased ammunition has been made from excess military stock, using steel casings with polymer or lacquer coating to ensure proper functionality. These can be received from multiple LOT’s, and can come with copper versions of the bi-metal jacketed bullets, while some have crupo-nickel bimetal jacketed bullets. Weight sorted projectiles with precision dropped powder results in a round with near match grade accuracy. Primers have been replaced with new production berdan primers, while in our testing they tested as non-corrosive, recommend that you still treat the ammo as corrosive. Projectile:197.5 Grain Steel Core Bi-Metal FMJ Bullet Diameter:.323″ Muzzle Velocity:2500 FPS Muzzle Energy: 2741 FT/LBS The first to post "I'll take it" wins the sale
  6. 2 cases 240 count each for $200 per case (83 cents per round) Located near Denville, NJ Have fired several hundred through my M48 without a hitch Am selling to raise cash for Christmas expenses NJ Driver License and NJ Fire Arms ID Card need to make purchase SPEC's This 7.92x57IS (8MM Mauser) steel cased ammunition has been made from excess military stock, using steel casings wiith polymer or lacquer coating to ensure proper functionality. These can be received from multiple LOT’s, and can come with copper versions of the bi-metal jacketed bullets, while some have crupo-nickel bimetal jacketed bullets.Weight sorted projectiles with precision dropped powder results in a round with near match grade accuracy. Primers have been replaced with new production berdan primers, while in our testing they tested as non-corrosive, recommend that you still treat the ammo as corrosive. Projectile:197.5 Grain Steel Core Bi-Metal FMJ Bullet Diameter:.323″ Muzzle Velocity:2500 FPS Muzzle Energy: 2741 FT/LBS The first to post "I'll take it" wins the sale
  7. Thank you very much for this video. I was able to disassemble, clean and reassemble the bolt. Have a Great 4th
  8. Hello, just bought my first surplus rifle a few days ago and wanted to break it down inspect/clean it. As it didn't come with a manual I am trying my best off YouTube video's. I attempted to disassemble the bolt with the safety in the fire position rather then vertical safe and unlock. The detent was depressed and rear portion of the bolt rotated a quarter turn to the left. The rear of the bolt will no longer rotate in either direction. The safety seems stuck in fire position and now because of the current bolt alignment it can not longer be reinserted all the into the receiver. Any thoughts on how to correct this or constructive feedback would be appreciated. Thank You.
  9. hello, did you sell k31 from a ways back?

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