Hi guys, Just found that century arms have yugo sks in excellent condition in stock.
There is records but only a few were made pre 64 so they don't pass the 50 year rule in CA. t=583187 Read posts 40 and 41The Zastava M-59 was in production from 1959-1966. It is known as a SKS it doesn't say it so you are in a gray area here in CA using a detachable mag. I acknowledge the fact that the gas valve will someday need to be replaced. I am on a mission to singlehandedly deplete the world's supply of SKS rifles......The Zastava M-59/66 was in production from 1967-1989. You might be right that it is legal but can you show me a legal case where this has been priven??? I have only shot my Yugo once as mentioned above but it runs great.(e) The person receiving the firearm is licensed as a collector pursuant to Chapter 44 of Title 18 of the United States Code and the regulations issued thereto. I don't know if there is a case or not but I do know that it's not an SKS. They either had to be listed by name or be banned by features. Don't wait to long or they will be gone and the next batch will be more money.(f) Within 30 days of taking possession of the firearm, the person to whom it is transferred shall forward by prepaid mail, or deliver in person to the Department of Justice, a report that includes information concerning the individual taking possession of the firearm, how title was obtained and from whom, and a description of the firearm in question. Do you guys think the supply pof M59 will dry up and these will be hard to find? The Yugoslavian-manufactured SKS carbine-Model 1959/66 with grenade launcher, was not made in their at the Zavod Crevea Zastava complex? EDIT As I was taking a shower I remembered there is a case. The Yugo M59, M59/66 and M59/66A1 are NOT named nor do they have any features (sans GL) that make them an AW or banned in any way shape or form even with a detachable magazine. well only down side of it is that it is not chrome lined..just have to give it a good scrub after shooting it. The SKS (Samozaryadnyj Karabin Simonova = Simonov Self-loading Carbine) was designed by famous Russian arms designer Simonov, who already designed the self-loading rifle AVS-36 and an anti-tank rifle PTRS.Thanks I have a Yugo and I shot it last weekend for the first time. I would pick up one of the Century Yugo's, but I have no idea how to mail order a gun without getting hosed with fees and taxes on top of taxes.
So these are California legal, as long as they don't have the grenade launcher or the detachable mag, correct? All joking aside though, I'll keep the fixed mag in mine and let somebody else fight in court for it. All joking aside though, I'll keep the fixed mag in mine and let somebody else fight in court for it.So, if the 50 year rule for CA was still in effect, the Zastava M-59 would be eligible for cash & carry transfers in 2017. If not I wouldn't want to be the crash test dummie that had to lawyer up to prove it. IF you use more then a 10 rd mag the gun has to be 922r compliant and it is easier to load a SKS with a 10 rd stripper clip then it is forcing rds in a mag by hand. I acknowledge the fact that the gas valve will someday need to be replaced. I am on a mission to singlehandedly deplete the world's supply of SKS rifles......However, because of the long gun registration laws, the 50 or more years requirement no longer matters, past . Yup, love them so much they make my BBQ taste great! It is known as a SKS it doesn't say it so you are in a gray area here in CA using a detachable mag. :cool2: As I was taking a ____, I remembered that there are many types of Mosins. not if I can help it Bobby : PThe 59 is a great gun just as good as a chinese or a ruskie and will be a collector rifle in the future.If a Yugo M59 has a detachable magazine it would be legal in CA. Like I said before going to be an SKS owner it behoove of you to start doing your own research and doing trail and error. Guys, Just called Century, yugo 59 in excellent condition are 9 shipping. Thanks I've always held the belief that a good price is one that leaves both the buyer & seller smiling.Only rifles marked SKS that have detachable magazines are illegal in CA. They made it in Russia and also in other countries. O I was just being stupid JAr Head, I know what that one at the bottom is :) Often confused as the "wooden Ak-47" because it has the AK charging handle. As such, there have been times where I've paid above market but didn't care because I felt my purchase and the joy of using said purchase was well worth the extra bit of money.Is it the same with all of the SKS variants or were some listed on the AW lists? They made it in Russia and also in other countries. My lawyer money all went towards ammo;) yup plus stripper clips are better use and less hassle than a magazine.