Jianshe Arsenal Chinese SKS 7.62x39mm, Blade Bayonet, Original and Collectable
Condition varies from poor to good. These well made historic, authentic and collectable specimens, the same rifles as used against US troops in Vietnam. True pieces of history and offered at very low prices. Very limited Supply.
Preserved with cosmoline- this will need to be removed before shooting. Please follow directions included before firing.
Own a piece of history with this authentic Jianshe Arsenal SKS. The rifles come packed in heavy cosmoline. Condition and markings may vary.
China did not have a long history of firearms manufacturing. The oldest factory was Jianshe and it was built in 1889 during the Imperial Dynasty in the city of Chongqing.
Chinese Type 56 (1956–): Numerous minor tweaks, including lack of milling on the bolt carrier, partially or fully stamped (as opposed to milled) receivers, and differing types of thumb rest on the take down lever. The Chinese continually revised the SKS manufacturing process, so variation can be seen even between two examples from the same factory.
All of the Type 56 carbine rifles have been removed from military service, except a few being used for ceremonial purposes and by local Chinese Militias. Type 56 carbines with serial numbers below 9,000,000 have the Russian-style blade-type folding bayonet, while those 9,000,000 and higher have a "spike" type folding bayonet.
The Chairman approves of the SKS: