sorry, i know not an ak....please re-direct thread if necessary.
but was wondering what the general value of a chinese norinco sks would be. i know that is kind of vague, but it's approximately 10 years old and has all matching numbers....thanks.
^^ what he said..If it says "Norinco" on it...its not Sino-Soviet.
A good condition, 80s made Norinco marked SKS ought to retail for around 250-400 bucks.
If you're selling one...I'd reconsider. There have not been any Chinese firearms brought into the USA for quite some time and may never be brought in again. It will only go up in value from here. If you're desperate for cash...take no less than 250-300 for it..but I'd try like mad NOT to sell it.
The Chinese military SKSs made in the 60s/70s usually bring more money, but the Norinco SKSs ARE going up in value as time goes on.
My Chinese SKS is a 1963 made Factory 316 military SKS with a milled receiver and blade bayonet brought back from Vietnam. I'd never sell it...ever.
Yep...I bought a new, unissued Norinco 80s SKS and a new unissued Russian 1952 Tula SKS back in 1989 for 70 buck each at a gun show. There were tables and tables of them.
Who knew back then?
PS: a case of the best Norinco ammo went for about 65 bucks per 1000 rounds....those were the days!