not a plug, but koyotestuff on ebay and you'll find the cleaning kits. the rods are just hard to ship. They are based on, technically, I suppose, AK cleaning kits, but SKS cleaning kits, whatever. the front sight is, too.
SO, as I understand it, when the soviets crushed the nascent Czech freedom movement in the late 60s, the romanians (coincidentally with a massive economic crisis- lots of machine operators and nothing to machine) formed Patriotig Guard units everywhere. and I mean EVERYWHERE, every little town and village. to train them, they started pumping out a brno based .22 design with a nice mauser style safety and a creepy two stage trigger.
Somehow, no one knows quite how as far as I can tell, the romanians ended up prodicing match grade bores. No joke, people can pull 20 round groups under 3/4 inch at 50 yards with these rifles. After doing a trigger job and changing the sighting.
Anyway, these became the training rifles for, essentially, the entire nation as they fought to prevent a soviet incursion and beat down A La Czhekloslovakia.
Unfortunately, they aren't $60 anymore. I found two of the three for just under $100 and $100 even out the door. nowdays $200 seems to be more like it. I'd really like to find more.
Scope mounts aren't a thing, the top is ribbed but not dovetailed, it's not a mount. you can drill and tap for a mount easily. I haven't chucked on in the mill and done that yet, but I probably will. I have a 2-7 bushnell variable with BDC from their "Ar optics" line, it's a .22 BDC. might try it. (I think the PA .22 plinker fixed 6x ACSS would be neat, though)
you can get magazines, made in taiwan. they work.
it's kind of clunky on the outside, but they are just amazing shooters. And the flip up range sights do actually work well