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The SKS is a semi-automatic carbine chambered in 7.62x39mm with a 10-round internal box magazine. Designed in 1943, the SKS was a front-line service weapon that was later replaced by the AK-47. Nevertheless, the SKS is still used a ceremonial firearm today, and is a favorite in the civilian surplus market as a hunting and marksmanship semi-automatic rifle. The Yugoslavian-made M59/66 and M5966A1 variants are the only SKS models with an integral grenade launching attachment.

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