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I just recently bought a Chinese Type 56 SKS Rifle from IO INC. The quality is on point and the service has been so far very great. . A friend of mine has one of their AR 15s Pardus Shotguns and he finally received it. All I can say is that the quality of this weapon is wonderful and it didn’t show any signs of malfunctioning or any other issues when it was being used. I definitely recommend IO Inc when looking to purchase a firearm. Great prices, great customer service, and overall just great for our society when purchasing.
 

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I just recently bought a Chinese Type 56 SKS Rifle from IO INC. The quality is on point and the service has been so far very great. . A friend of mine has one of their AR 15s Pardus Shotguns and he finally received it. All I can say is that the quality of this weapon is wonderful and it didn’t show any signs of malfunctioning or any other issues when it was being used. I definitely recommend IO Inc when looking to purchase a firearm. Great prices, great customer service, and overall just great for our society when purchasing.
Saw century had them for 299.99

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Well there firearm111, seeing as how you're posting from IO INC, I'd expect you to say how good they are.

What you are doing is considered 'SPAMMING". Stop it.
 

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We haven’t had a troll in a week or so. Personally I would buy one from Classic Firearms. I have a Chinese SKS from J&G sales and I am considering a Star BM from them also. I don’t know these other guys.
 

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Personally, I have no use to aid the Chinese by buying their stuff
 

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Did he just say the quality of a Chinese SKS is on point? They are great rifles but they are very cheaply made. The design of the rifle is great which make even the cheapest of them(Chinese) function great.
 

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I still have one (sks) I bought from Roses Store in 1978 for $49.00 and all the ammo the store had at the time. Also bought Russian 7.62X54 for $49.00 and all the ammo for that caliber. Wish those days were back.
 

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I still have one (sks) I bought from Roses Store in 1978 for $49.00 and all the ammo the store had at the time. Also bought Russian 7.62X54 for $49.00 and all the ammo for that caliber. Wish those days were back.
Ahhh. The days of $50.00 SKS carbines and $80.00 a case 7.62x39 ammo.
 

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Yeah I remember being at a show and seeing SKS for $80 brand new never issued. Of course I didn’t buy one and waited till a few years ago and paid $300 for a beat to piss one and last week I bought a Russian one for $375. UGH I guess I just like to buy high and sell low.
 

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A year or two ago IO was having major quality issues with their AK's, cracked trunnions if I remember correctly. I checked their website and they aren't producing AK's right now and it looks like they aren't accepting any returns for work either.

I'd pass on anything they offer.
 

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IO inc/Classic/J&G Sales all decent places I surf em all looking who has what at what cost..Been known to hit for lowest prices. Chinese Sks are a good fire arm, Quality fire arm not so much. I got a Chinese Tokarev 1966 dated that has been a pleasure to shoot over the last 20 years or so and yes to rumors Mil Surp ammo has no issue punching through level III Kevlar Everything else like Winchester white box and PMC takes two rounds but breeches just the same.
 

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Yeah I remember being at a show and seeing SKS for $80 brand new never issued. Of course I didn’t buy one and waited till a few years ago and paid $300 for a beat to piss one and last week I bought a Russian one for $375. UGH I guess I just like to buy high and sell low.
Actually $375 is a pretty good price for a Russian SKS in today's market. I see them sell for much more. I got a steal on mine a couple of years ago for $200.
 
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