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Re: The Chinese T63 And Its Role In Jianshe T56 Production
« Reply #40 on: February 14, 2016, 01:42:02 PM »
Wonder how much an sks would cost to produce and buy if commercially made today.   bat1

Oh that point has been brought up. No one questions $1000 Lee Enfields though.
RUSSIA SKS45: Tula 49, 50, 51 x2, 53 x2, 54, 57(И); Izhevsk 53, 54
POLAND SKS45: "W.P." Marked Tula 52
CHINA TYPE 56 CARBINE: /26\ 60 "S", 61, 64, 65, 66, 79; /UK5?\ 69; /256\ 70; /316\ 70; [0138] Stamped Receiver 70 x2; /306\ 71; /416\ 公安 73; /0412\ 78
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N. KOREA: T63
YUGO PAP M59: 66 C-Series x2; PAP M59/66a1: 73 J, 83 T
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Re: The Chinese T63 And Its Role In Jianshe T56 Production
« Reply #41 on: August 21, 2016, 04:55:25 PM »
Frig! I'm an idiot. Could have fired one of these in Cambodia a few yrs ago.  .The range employees just called it a ckc,( the name for sks in south-east Asia).
Well, hopefully that baby is still there next year when I get back to the same range.

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Re: The Chinese T63 And Its Role In Jianshe T56 Production
« Reply #42 on: August 21, 2016, 05:43:43 PM »
Roger that...  Let us know how it goes!!
      
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Re: The Chinese T63 And Its Role In Jianshe T56 Production
« Reply #43 on: July 28, 2020, 01:44:51 PM »
Interesting photo of a couple of Type 63s in use by the UCPMB in Kosovo in 2001.

The milled Type 56 w/o buttstock in the foreground is interesting too.




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Re: The Chinese T63 And Its Role In Jianshe T56 Production
« Reply #44 on: July 28, 2020, 03:29:27 PM »
Interesting photo of a couple of Type 63s in use by the UCPMB in Kosovo in 2001.

The milled Type 56 w/o buttstock in the foreground is interesting too.




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Almost looks like the pic had been "photoshopped". Wondering if the guy's buttstock broke at the rear trunion because the back of the receiver is open. No rear trunion plate to make it look complete and you can see the guy's shoulder patch on his left arm.
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Re: The Chinese T63 And Its Role In Jianshe T56 Production
« Reply #45 on: July 29, 2020, 04:20:26 AM »
That milled AK looks wonky in that pic. Almost looks like the dust cover is cocked at an angle. Or, the receiver is missing at least part of the left side? I can't figure that one out.

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