depending on condition, $100-$300 for most versions.
Priceless, since a true SKS assault rifle would be a prototype only most likely. The SKS fires semi-automatically and does not have provision for full auto fire. If you have a normal run of the mill Chinese SKS it is worth 100-400 or so depenidng on condition, box, accessories, etc..
$125.00 to $225.00 condition and matching numbers on the parts has an effect on price .
Value of Rifle by Norinco SKS 7.62x39 with and without wood stock?
The SKS isn't an assault rifle, and the value may range from $100 to over $1000, depending on specifics.
$50 - $500 depending on model and condition. There is no data on SKS serial numbers available, so it is not a useful piece of information.
I paid $100 for mine and it was factory new..This is why the SKS is known as the poor mans deer rifle as a 30 - 30 cost a lot more as the SKS is great rifle for its intended use which I use for plinking BUT not as a status firearm as so many millions are at there
The SKS isn't an assault rifle, either by the BATFE's definition, or by the actual definition. Value is going to be dependent on exact model - the Chinese made several variations of the SKS. Depnding om condition, with the missing magazine (not clip), and assuming you have the basic Type 56 carbine in good working order, you could expect between $120 - $200 for it.
In the vicinity of $200 for a basic Type 56 carbine, up to $500 - $600 for some of the more 'exotic' models, like the paratrooper carbine, and detachable magazine SKS D and SKS M rifles.
What Country was it Made In ?
Check the receiver.
Is it marked with Chinese characters or in the Cyrilic alphabet? <><><> As above. In addition, MOST Russian SKS rifles had blade style bayonets. MOST Chinese rifle had a spike type bayonet. But marlings are the defintive answer.
Depending on condition, Chinese SKS carbines currently run $200-$300. Carbine selling for $500 New Zealand dollars at the moment
you can find sks rifle at virtually any gun shop but searching for a Chinese version may be a little more difficult.
100-1000 USD depending on specifics
The SKS isn't an assault rifle, and doesn't even meet the BATFE's definition of a so-called "assault weapon". The value is going to be dependent on what model you have. If you have a basic Type 56 carbine, you're probably looking at $250 - $350. Even though importation of rifles and handguns from China has ceased, these can still be found pretty easily, and haven't seen a significant increase in value because of it. The detachable magazine SKS-D and SKS-M fetch a bit more - now you're looking in the $450 - $600 range. Since the Chinese SKS is not a C&R rifle, you're not losing value by having an aftermarket stock on it.
Up to 10 years in prison. The only country still manufacturing the SKS is China, and they were prohibited from firearms imports in 93 under the Clinton administration, so a Chinese SKS in this country is at least 21 years old.
Assuming your rifle is an SKS, value could be from $50-$350, depending on condition and originality. Unsure of your "made in atl"- these were made in China. You may have name and city/state of the IMPORTER on your rifle.
50-500 or so
100-1000 USD or so depending on specifics
The SKS isn't an assault rifle, although some of the Chinese variations (such as the SKS-M and SKS-D) do meet the criteria for the definition of a "civilian assault weapon" by BATFE regulations. Although China was prohibited from further arms sales in the US in 1994, the Type 56 carbine (Chinese designation for the SKS) is still pretty widespread, and can still be found at gun shops, gun shows, pawn shops, online gun auction sites, etc.
About 400 meters