Both have previously unkown factory codes. Next is 3 Chinese symbols I couldnt begin to describe. You still pay the normal price, our commission comes from their profit, so you have nothing to lose, while we have something to gain. Were Yugo reciever covers serial numbered? Now if I can only remember what I did with that original mag. My receiver says factory 0136 which I read is another number for factory 26. It may have even been rebuilt before export. C moved C to end of Serial Number.
I think it would be pre ban since I bought it about 15 years ago. Stock sling swivel relocated to bottom again. There have been no reports of the Model 59 with a A prefix to the serial number. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. However after that date there was a ban on import of foreign military rifles with certain features. This may be why we see limited numbers of them in the world market today.
Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I would go with the later number. Don't give the last three. A bayonet lug but no bayonet attached. The Chinese pumped out millions of type 56 carbines to civil uprisings abroad that it had aligned itself with or sold arms through contract. With the cheap Wolf ammo, my bad eyes, and awful shooting habits, this rifle is probably more accurate than me. Whatever you buy from them, gives us a small commission, which helps us keep these sites alive.
The triangle with the chinese figures is a code. Almost like some sort of chemical printing. In regards to marking on heel as a preban feature I have a Polytech M14 that has a flashsuppressor with bayonet lug that has serial number etc on side of receiver, what is intresting is that the first two numbers of the serial number are faintly engraved on the heel. He told me he was talking with someone about it, and the guy asked him if all the serial numbers matched, indicating that it had not been modified. See more on page 34 Romania Romania used the entire year stamped after the serial number. I got another one here to work on that the owner got 10 years ago and also nothing on the heel.
Where the large arsenals could easily crank out 100 thousand rifles a year, it appears that the lower output factories struggled to produce even 10 thousand rifles over the course of a year. At the end of the serial number, there is a dash followed by four numbers. I have it in Green and also Yellow boxes. You still pay the normal price, our commission comes from their profit, so you have nothing to lose, while we have something to gain. Being that they are stamped with the star but without a date on the receiver cover would suggest they were made later then the 1955 stamped guns. So, if that information is not correct then it's a simple answer.
Is there any list of preban serial number ranges for Norinco receivers? Unlock additional features, and fewer ads while browsing. The wood does not look like Chinese as its really dark looking! For unknown reasons the Albanians destroyed or gave away nearly two thirds of them and it is believed that only 5700 are left in the world today. Here's what I know about the rifle I now own: -Serial number is low. You should not rely solely on information contained in this email to evaluate the product or. The Chinese learned that they did not need the hundred thousands placeholder in the serial numbers of guns produced at low output factories.
Early 1955: 1,305,000 thru 1,402,000. Thanks btw, in looking at the E's and D's from this page of Withergyld's db, I noticed a couple of real oddities I never picked up on before. Not sure on how to tell the year of these weapons as no definitive pattern has been observed. This may be temporarily off line. Based on the Soviet-Sino production, it would appear that these truly domestically produced carbines were produced in the latter half of 1956 through at latest early 1957.
This great site has inspired me to dust off the old cannon and learn more about it. It gives more detail and information than given here. The quality of the early Soviet carbines was quite high as compared to some later manufacturers. Has been around as there are a few initials and a few fant numbers carved into the stock. The only purpose of this page is to help make the collector aware that differences do occur and about anything could be possible.