This Department of the Army training circular completely covers every aspect of the Simonov semi automatic carbine. Loaded with detailed drawings, diagrams and charts covering rifle malfunctions, technical data, accessories, etc. 8½” x 5½”, paperback. 22 pages.
Example, Page 1:
"The Soviet-designed Sinonow semiautomatic carbine, a gas-operated, integral box magazine-fed weapon equipped with a folding blade bayonet, is now obsolete in the Soviet Army, but is used by most of the other Eurasian Communist countries. This weapon has been manufactured in East Communist countries. This weapon has been manufactured in East Germany as the Karabiner-S, in the People's Republic of China as the Type 56 semiautomatic carbine, in North Korea as the Type 63 carbine, and in Yugoslavia as the M59/66 rifle. The country of origin can be detrimined by the markings. The Soviet and East German weapons usually carry the year of manufacture and the serial number on the front left of the receiver; the PRC weapon have the a symbol (meaning Type 56) located there, and teh late PRC Type 56 has a spiked bayonet. The North Korean weapons have "63" stamped into the receiver cover. The East German version has a hole through the stock for attaching the lower end of the sling; the others all have sling swivels. The Yugoslav M59/66 has a prominent spigot-type grenade launcher permanently attached to the muzzle and a folding grenade lauching sight at the rear of the launcher."
|Manufacturer||Department of the Army|
|Number of Mags||N/A|
|Available for In-Store Pickup||Yes|
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