That’s one pretty Yugo SKS (VIDEO)

Mrgunsngear Channel lucked into a surplus Ceremonial Guard Yugoslavian Model 59/66 SKS which are pretty rare, but still shoots like your typical Yugo.

Some 250 were imported and feature a thick black steel finish and chromed parts–including the standard folding bayonet– as well as waxed sights, a thick butt-pad and some curiously well-finished red wood.

Of course it’s a collectible, but as you can see, it can still pop out 7.62x39mm when needed.

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