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Old 02-22-2009, 08:45 AM
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Replica SV-99 ... Project In-Progress by us_dragunov



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The following quote from the thread:
The beginning of MY project....
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More to come...
Has brought up an interesting question:
Are you interested in an SV-99 replica rifle?
If you wish to respond to the question,
please post your comments at the The beginning of MY project.... thread.

NOTE: The referenced thread has an encrypted title,
as a result, I'm afraid may not attract attention.
Thus, may not receive in-put from interested enthusiast.
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Old 02-27-2009, 09:20 PM
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SV-99 Broken-Down


Винтовка СВ-99 получила новое ложа - Page 2


Translated with some photos:
Rifle ST-99 acquired a new bed. (Page 2)


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Это не "зелёная мелкашка"!.. - это СВ-99
Модель прицела ПО3,5х17,5П. Изготовитель Минский завод им.Вавило
Translation:
This is not a "green melkashka! .. - This is ST-99
Model PA3 sight, 5h17, 5P. Manufacturer Minsk plant im.Vavilo
I've tried to find some information on the telescopic sight.
But, I've haven't been able to find anything definitive.


Note the conical threads on the muzzle end of the barrel for mounting the suppressor.
Specifically, how over-sized the suppressor mount is.






The threaded end of the suppressor is so disproportionately large, it will be virtually impossible to confuse the discharge end
from the mounting end - even under the extreme stress of combat.

Moreover, removing the suppressor should expose the internals for quick inspection and access for maintenance.

This suppressor system seems to be extremely well thought-out.

Reference:
SV-99 Updated ... aka: СВ99 я
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Newer Telescopic Sight Model ... Link???

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I will say that the particular optic shown in these photos is a discontinued model but there are a couple of newer versions out now....
Any link(s) to the manufacturer website of the newer telescopic sight?
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Izhmash Link

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... I think Izhmash bought a ton of these scopes and have them in storage for issue with the SV-99....
Izhmash OJSC>Sniper rifles>SV-99

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The SV-99 sniper rifle chambered for 5.6 mm. rim-fire round is designed for special operations
and sniper training at a distance up to 100 m.

Maximum grouping at 50 m., "Biathlon" round, 3 series of 5 shots, mm no more than 16
(16mm = .629 inches)

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Heard good news today!


Well, you might want to let us know what you have heard since I just got a reply from the ATF.

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The SV-99 firearm is not on the list, so the parts cannot be imported
either.

I contacted them to see if the laws changed since this has a potential bad ending if it didn't.

I also contacted the The U.S. Department of Commerce's Trade Compliance Center. I havn't heard back from them yet but I imagine the answer will be the same.

Sooo... I'm calling BULLS**T!

If you are getting true Russian SV-99 stocks imported with Fed approval then either you're not in the United States or you talked to someone in a different government.

If this is the case then I'm wondering if the bipods are able to be imported since they are parts of several banned firearms. If that's the case you might want to get rid of it because one part is the same as a whole rifle if it's banned.

The ONLY way that they can be imported is if they are for military or Law Enforcement use only. Civilians are out of luck...have been and probably always will be.

So....give us some insight in who approved the importing of the stocks so I can contact them and find out what is going on. I for one don't want to be in front of a Federal judge explaining why I had illegal firearm parts in my possession.

That's why I asked if the laws changed to begin with.

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Military Issue vs Civilian Replica

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Sooo... I'm calling BALDERDASH
(I love that word) - DAVID STEINBERG
Whoa Scott!! ... Whoa!!!
You've been very busy.

Have you seen the sniper scopes sold by Kalinka Optics Warehouse®.

None of them would be legal to import into the USA
if the model had been used by the Russian Army.
Most of the scopes listed could have been RU Army sights.
The differentiating element ... the scopes are not firearms.

Under the same criteria, if a rifle sling, bipod, cleaning kit, et cetera
had been issued to the RU Army we couldn't import it.
The considered factor ... rifle slings, bipods, cleaning kits are not firearms.

There maybe some reasonable explanation.
For example the item in question is a civilian version.
The pseudo SV-99 is based upon a RU market BI-7-3.
The operative word ... the stock is a RU domestic replica.

Let's wait and see.

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Heard good news today!
By the way, I'd like to hear the good news too.
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