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Old 09-08-2018, 1:50 PM
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Default WTS: SKS Sniper, Scoped Mas 49/56, PE, PU Snipers, IDF K98 Sniper, SVT40's

The following C&R's are for sale or trade (I'm only interested in trading for other Sniper rifles)

I'm located in South Orange County (Lake Forest), C&R + COE preferred, I'll ship at the actual cost of USPS postage. C&R + COE preferred, all prices obo


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Very rare, 100% original, complete, correct, Yugo M59/66 SKS Sniper rifle (GL has been modified for California compliance). The base, mount and scope (correct Zrak ON-2, originally used on the Zastava M69 sniper rifle, recalibrated to 7.62x39) are all original. The rifle is a real Yugo made sniper and not a recreation done here. Only a handful of complete, correct rifles are known - $4300

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1943 Tula PU Sniper - All refurb matching, original, as imported Mosin Nagant PU sniper. 100% authentic, not a restored ex, excellent + condition, mint bore, has a matching 1942 Progress scope - $1600
More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/MQu6zvp







1944 Tula PU Sniper - All refurb matching, original, as imported Mosin Nagant PU sniper. 100% authentic, not a restored ex, excellent + condition, mint bore, has a matching, rare Yoshkar-Ola scope - $1700
More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/IGiT7AM










Mosin nagant PE sniper replica. This rifle started out as an Izhevsk made 91/30, the importer turned it into a replica PE sniper rifle by turning the bolt handle and adding a very nice, high quality base, mount and Ukrainian made scope (not the cheap Chinese replicas that are sold now). The scope is in excellent condition, it is very clear. These were professionally, very nicely done. The rifle is all matching numbers, including the scope mount which is numbered to the gun. An excellent looking and shooting replica for those that can't afford the several thousand dollars that a real one would cost - $1200
More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/Ct7tJtl







Very rare Polish rework 1944 Izhevsk PU sniper. In 1948 the Soviet Union supplied Poland with small arms, including a number of PU sniper rifles. These rifles were at some point refurbished in Poland. They were not scrubbed like the Russian refurbs and the scope numbers on the barrel shank were never scrubber or crossed out. They have a very high quality bluing (done in Poland), many of them, like this one, have beautiful Polish made blond beech stocks. The rear sight is correctly in the white. The rifle is all matching (bolt, receiver, magazine and buttplate) and has the correct (but mismatched, as all of them are) 1944 Progress PU scope and Izhevsk marked mount. The Russian scopes were also reblued in Poland, but interestingly, were never marked in any was as having been refurbished. Excellent + overall condition with a mint/perfect bore. The rifle is not import marked, some of these were brought back from Vietnam in unissued condition, while others came in from Canada. Extremely hard to find, the rarest PU sniper variation - $3650 (I would trade it for a more common, mint, 100% matching, including the correct Hungarian scope, Hungarian PU sniper + $)

More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/jtcPhyj




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1940 Izhevsk SVT-40, excellent refurb matching condition, the rifle has the later, thicker AVT style stock and a very good bore (very hard to find on an SVT) - $1850
More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/RBYCltU







Very early (made in October 1940) Finn captured Izhevsk SVT-40 rifle. Excellent overall original condition, all the parts that I can find are Izhevsk marked including the (matching bolt carrier), bolt, stock, buttplate, rear sight, trigger, muzzle brake, barrel bands, etc. Very good bore for an SVT - $1900
More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/H78bHHj







French Mas 49/56 rifle in .308 with the original French APX L-806 scope, case and adjustment tool. Excellent overall condition, the grenade launcher has been permanently modified for CA compliance - $1650
More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/D0qwiMN







FN made Israeli K98 Mauser sniper rifle with the original Swiss made Wild Heerbrugg 4x scope. The rifle is bolt/receiver matching, the scope is original but mismatched (there are only 3 known scope matching examples). The scope has scratches in the paint on the outside from use, the optics are excellent and very clear. It is an extremely rare rifle, under 500 made, very few survived - $4200

Lots of great information about the rifle here:
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s....php?t=1428422


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Extremely rare, original Yugo Zrak On-2 scope and mount for the first Yugo produced sniper rifle, the bolt action M69. The scope has the correct 8mm mauser calibration (many of these were converted to 7.62x39 in the 1990's) and original mount. Extremely hard to find - $2000






Couple of Yugo propaganda photos showing the M69 (equipped with this scope and mount) in action (The M69 is was followed 7 years later by the semi-auto M76 Sniper based on the AK)







Both of these original, Russian made mounts, were dug from the ground in the territory of the former Soviet Union. They are both original, WWII used items.

The SVT-40 Sniper mount is made in Tula in 1941

The top PE mount is also made in Tula, between the years 1934 and 1938, for the Mosin Nagant PE top mount sniper rifle

Both mounts are solid and can be made to work on a rifle. Original, clean versions of these are insanely hard to find and very very expensive - $600











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Original unissued Soviet cleaning kit. These were meant to be used with Russian Capture K98 mausers as well as other guns. Comes with pouch, tool, oiler and pull through string - $10 (several available)


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WWII Wehrmacht artillery Soviet propaganda flyers - $50 for a set of four

This is a lot of 4 (four) different WW2 Nazi German propaganda flyers. Each one of the four flyers is different on the front, you can see what they look like in the photos. The backs of the flyers are all the same, they are about 8.25" long by 5.75" wide.

The flyers would be loaded into a 105mm shell and fired over Soviet position, then rain down over Russian soldiers urging them to surrender. Promising safe passage (written on the back of the flyer), the Germans hoped that the promise of good medical care and food would tempt the Russians into surrendering

The last photo shows the 105mm shell and wooden crate along with the roll of these flyers so you can see how they originally looked like. I do not have the shell and it is not included

These flyers are 100% original, German made WWII examples taken from one of these shells. They are NOT reprints

These are very cool, WWII period original propaganda flyers that would look great framed on a wall as part of a German or Russian WWII collection. Hang them next to a k98, Luger or a Mosin Nagant / Tokarev!








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Original 1939 Progress Soviet WW2 PEM Sniper Scope - $900 + shipping

Very nice, original, Russian WWII Progress factory made PEM sniper scope. The scope was made in 1939, serial number 43582.
The scope is in very good overall condition for its age. The turrets are smooth and work perfectly, the reticle moves in all directions without a problem. These scopes are getting increasingly harder to find in nice condition
I would consider trading it for an original, unrefurbished, correctly calibrated SVT-40 sniper scope + $, or an original, unrefurbished, 1944 dated Yoshkar-Ola PU scope + $

More photos here: https://imgur.com/a/dypVhnW














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Author (R. Chumak) signed book about the development of the Mosin Nagant rifle, the book is in Russian only

The rough translation is: "For good memory, with respect, from the Author" - $140 Each

Info about the book:
http://atlant-tpg.ru/3-ln_vintovka_m...koj_armii.html







Hold the Balkans!: German Antiguerrilla Operations in the Balkans 1941-1944 - Brand new - $10





Afrikacorps 1941-1943: The Libya - Egypt Campaign (English and French Edition) - Out of print, this one is brand new - $80














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Russian 7.62 Rifle Cartridge book - In Russian Only
192 pages, 71 full-color and 45 b/w pictures - $50 (International price from the publisher in Russia is 50 Euro)

Publishers description:

"The author, Ruslan Tchumak, an officer of the Russian Armed Forces, a lecturer at the Tula High Artillery Engineering School. This book reviews the history of one of the oldest existing small-arms cartridges – the Russian 7,62-mm rifle cartridge. Its history is closely interrelated with the one of the national cartridge industry, the development of the weapons designed for it, and their mutual influence. The development of all elements of the cartridge throughout more than a century period is described in great detail. The book also highlights the little- known issues, concerning the evolution of sealing and marking of a 7,62-mm rifle cartridge."








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Submachine guns developed by A.I Sudaev book - In Russian Only
Hard cover, 304 pages - $90 (International price from the publisher in Russia is 98 Euro)

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"New book by A.S. Yuschenko "Submachine guns developed by A.I Sudaev" is dedicated to the history of the development of PPS SMG's.
PPS SMG was the only new type of the soviet personalinfantry weapon, which was completely designed, tested, and put into mass- production in 1941-1945. This was done during very difficult time with tremendous lack of resources.
Book covers history of the PPS all the way from first trial gun, created in spring of 1942. It is interesting to note that very first PPS was unknown earlier.
It was stored as unidentified SMG in St.Petersburg Artillery Museum and was properly recognized as PPS with the help of facts discovered during research for this book. Images of this first PPS SMG will be published in this book for the first time.
Book also contains detailed information about trials and design changes of early PPS SMG's, history of their acceptance into service, and further modifications after initial acceptance.

There are 10 chapters in the book.

Chater 1 is dedicated to the biography of A.I. Sudaev
Chapter 2 covers few stages of trials in 1942 conducted to select a new SMG for mass-production
Chapter 3 describes how PPS was put to mass-production and was accepted into service
Chapter 4 describes construction of PPS SMG's of different types
Chapter 5 is dedicated to the SMG's markings
Chapter 6 covers differences in construction of PPSs made atof different factories and between production periods
Chapter 7 is dedicated to various accessories
Chapter 8 describes different trial SMG's created by Sudev and factories that produced PPS
Chapter 9 describes PPS role in the soviet WWII armament system and experience of its's use
Chapter 10 describes foreign SMG's which were based on the PPS original design.


















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Model 1891/1930 Rifle and its variations. A history of development, production, modernization and use - In Russian only (pictures have descriptions in Russian and English)
Hard cover. 700 pages with many excellent photographs - $140 (International price from the publisher in Russia is 125 Euro)

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This book describes the events that accompanied the modernization of the Mod.1891 Rifle, the course of development and approval of the modernized model later called the "7.62 mm Rifle Model of 1891/1930", and the serial production of the new rifle. In detail are described changes introduced into the design of the new rifle model, both during its modernization and in subsequent decades including the simplification of the wartime period of 1941- 1945, and the reasons that caused them.
This book also describes in detail both serial production and trial rifles and carbines created on the basis of rifle Model 1891/1930, including the history of sniper rifles. The book covers over 50 trial rifles and carbines, more than 35 of which are shown to public for the first time.
In addition, the book describes accessories such as slings, ammunition pouches, and cleaning kits, as well as devices that allow the rifle's functionality to be expanded. Among other things, the book contains information about the system of rifle repair and refurbishment, both in mobile repair depots (Army workshops) and stationary repair depots of the Main Artillery Directorate.


















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