***Brand New Romanian PSL Dragunov Rifle. I have a small collection of these Romanian PLS Dragunov rifles in 7.62x54r (commonly miscalled FPK's by the U.S. Government.) This is the complete gun with Vintage Military PSO-1 scope, scope case, 2-10 rnd. mags, the original ammo pouch, the oil bag and dripper, and the extra orange scope cover. These are standard commodities that come with the gun. This is the workhorse sniper rifle/troop support rifle used by the romanian military and many other countries around the world and even served in the U.S. military. Known worldwide to be accurate and dependable. Light-weight and durable. Convenient and easy to field strip. This gun can almost be disasembled and reassembled in the field and with no tools! The russians really know what there doing when it comes to making war as conveinient as possible***
***Shipping is $50 for long guns, including full insurance for safe delivery. Trades and 20% down 45 day layaway will be considered. I only ship to FFL Dealers. Please only bid if you really want to buy the item. And Please check your local, state, and federal laws before biding because this gun is not california legal. If you have any questions just ask!***
***List of countries that standard issue Dragunov rifles for troops*** Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Cambodia, China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, Georgia, Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Moldova, Mongolia, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, Ukraine, Romania, Soviet Union, Sri Lanka, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, and Zimbabwe
***More information on Dragunov Rifles*** It was selected as the winner of a contest that included three competing designs: the first was a rifle (known as the SSV-58) designed by Sergei Simonov, the second (prototype designated 2B-W10) – by Alexander Konstantinov, and the third rifle, the SVD-137, was a design by Evgeny Dragunov. Extensive testing of the rifles in variable environmental conditions resulted in E. F. Dragunov’s design being accepted into service in 1963. At the same time an initial pre-production batch of 200 rifles was assembled, and from 1964 serial production was carried out at Izhmash. Since then, the SVD has become the standard squad support weapon of many countries, including those of the former Warsaw Pact, among them Poland (since 1966). Licensed production of the rifle was established in China (Type 79 and Type 85) and Iraq (as the Al Kadesiah).
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