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1961 saw the production of only 100 M59's and in 19 there was no production.Between 19 when production switched to the M59/66 SKS, an additional 52,069 rifles had been produced for a total of 52,169.The next few years saw the SKS carbines acting in non-infantry and ceremonial roles until about 1990.The SKS rifle and its many copies still can be found today in use by various third-world militias and insurgent groups as well as in civilian use especially in Canada and the US.Initially fielded in early 1945 against the Germans, the SKS was not adopted officially by the Soviet Army till 1949 and was produced by the Tula Armory until 1955.The quality of the early Soviet carbines was quite high as compared to some later manufacturers.Among the countries that would eventually produce the SKS, China began SKS production with Soviet assistance in 1956, Romania in 1957, Yugoslavia in 1961 and North Korea in 1963.(Note this is NOT a comprehensive list of countries to manufacture the SKS) Although the first Yugoslavian-made SKS was produced in 1961, full production only began in 1964 at the Preduzece 44 plant, also known as the Zavod Crevena Zastava or Red Banner Works.
The only purpose of this page is to help make the collector aware that differences do occur and about anything could be possible.
These are ALL from my personal observations and not from any books.
I will try to explain the dating system for the SKS rifle.
3) if the hammer moves rearward, then the hammer/sear is said to have positive engagement.
"Positive engagement" is the preferred and safer condition.
Besides practice, these items are excellent investments in assisting the true rifleman in delivering accurate, consistent fire down range.