The first picture is (top) My 1950 Russian, middle is the 1958 Romanin and last is my Chinese that I am asking information about.
This carbine came without the spike bayontte which I added, sling which I changed the rivet leather ends to the more secure dog collar leather and added a repro. All numbers match except the magazine Also took a pic of the beautiful laminated stock on the Russian.
Download the pics to your computer, then in your reply click on the add attachments a little lower in your response, click on the file on your computer you want to add and keep doing this until all of your photos are added in and then submit your response/reply.
Thanks to Spongemonkey I hope we can send the pics of my SKS.
Left to right: Manufaktura • Julian Tuwim Monument on Piotrkowska Street • Poznański Palace • Wooden Architecture Skansen near the White Factory • Łódź Fabryczna railway station • Winter in Helenów Park It is the capital of Łódź Voivodeship, and is approximately 135 kilometres (84 mi) south-west of Warsaw.
After Poland regained its independence in 1918, Łódź grew to be one of the largest Polish cities and one of the most multicultural and industrial centers in Europe.
In 1798 the Prussians nationalised the town, and it lost its status as a town of the bishops of Kuyavia.
In 1806 Łódź joined the Napoleonic Duchy of Warsaw and in 1810 it had approximately 190 inhabitants.
After the 1815 Congress of Vienna treaty it became part of the Congress Kingdom of Poland, a client state of the Russian Empire.
In the 1815 treaty, it was planned to renew the dilapidated town and with the 1816 decree by the Czar a number of German immigrants received territory deeds for them to clear the land and to build factories and housing.