Albanian, Yugoslavian & Romanian SKS in 2014

The Albanian SKS in 2014

2014 Albanian SKS Sale Price Trend

Legend:
Green Line: Average price
Red Line: Highest price
Blue Line: Lowest price


The Albanian SKS held steady, nealy matching the popular Russian SKS as it also hovered around $500. Interesting that the cheapest Albanian SKS is more expensive than the cheapest Russian SKS and at the same time the high-end of the Russian SKS exceeds the Albanian SKS prices.



The Yugoslavian SKS in 2014

The M59, has much lower volume then the more common M59/66 yet the M59 did not receive the premium that it has in past market reports. Care should be taken when inspecting a M59 as many have has the grenade launcher removed and there was a run of "new" imports which while claiming to be M59 models clearly had the gas value removed as as such these are not original configuration M59 models.

2014 Yugoslavian M59 SKS

2014 Yugoslavian M59/66 SKS



The Romanian SKS in 2014

2014 Romanian SKS Sale Price Trend

Legend:
Green Line: Average price
Red Line: Highest price
Blue Line: Lowest price


The Romanian SKS trails the Russian SKS, but remained very consistent in the first half of 2014.

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The Chinese SKS in 2014



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