Matching is used so often, when it's not, that the redundant term "all matching" has emerged for what used to be sufficiently described as matching
Terms that are seen in marketing or describing a firearm these days: stamped numbers matching (numbers that are applied with an electro-pencil may not match), visible numbers matching (one or more of: gas tube, gas piston, bolt may not match), metal matching (mis-matched, or non-original and/or unnumbered stock), forced-matching (numbers applied after scrubbing, or strike-through, or over-stamped during refurbishment).
Regardless, it's a nice Romanian
These are often the best value for the dollar in the current SKS market. Enjoy! Do you have full rifle pics and a pic of the left side of the buttstock?