PSL 54 Rifle


New Romanian Cugir manufactured model PSL-54C semi-automatic 7.62x54R rifle. Includes one magazine. SCOPE NOT INCLUDED, SOLD SEPARATELY.

psl 54

Romanian PSL 54c sniper rifle with surplus wood furniture and original Romanian CHF chrome lined barrel. Also, shoots the inexpensive and powerful 7.62x54r round. However, this is an early import by Century Arms and imported from Romarm. Furthermore, the firearm is in very good condition with a trunnion date of 1974. Moreover, the original barrel is dated 1974 as well. Also, this PSL possesses the bolt hold open option and bayonet lug. However, most of the PSL’s on the market are missing these options as well as the original chrome lined barrel.vMoreover, i have shot this firearm and it shoots great. Moreover, no feeding or ejection issues.

psl 54 for sale

  • Made in Romania
  • 24.5″ Chrome Lined Barrel
  • Reinforced Front Trunnion
  • Includes Russian PO 4X24 Optic
  • Laminated Thumbhole Stock
  • 7.62 x 54r
  • Includes one 10 round magazine

*BARREL: Original Romanian CHF chrome lined barrel in beautiful condition. The Romanian military acceptance marks are visible.

*SURPLUS FURNITURE: Very good condition with no cracks.

*FINISH: The finish is in very good condition with only minor storage scuffs.

*WHATS INCLUDED: One 10 round magazine and both rubber eye pieces.

The PSL (Romanian: Puşcă Semiautomată 7,62 mm cu Lunetă, model 1974, “scoped semi-automatic rifle”) is a Romanian military designated marksman rifle. Though similar in appearance, mission and specifications[6] to the SVD Dragunov, the PSL rifle is mechanically completely different and based on the RPK light machine gun.

After Socialist Romania’s refusal to join the Invasion of Czechoslovakia, relations with the Soviet Union worsened. To counterbalance its reliance on Soviet military equipment, Romania accelerated the development of its arms industry mostly relying on Soviet blueprints and licences. As the Soviets were not eager to share technical information on the SVD Dragunov, a project commenced to develop the PSL.

PSL rifles were originally made at the Uzina Mecanică Cugir in Cugir (English pronounced Koogeere), Romania starting with 1974. After a consolidation of military arsenals when Romania joined NATO, a split of the factory occurred, production of the PSL continues in Cugir under the brand SC Fabrica de Arme Cugir SA (ARMS arsenal),[9] Romania.

The PSL’s operation is the same long stroke piston action of the Kalashnikov family of weapons. Its appearance is similar to the Dragunov sniper rifle but they only share three components being the ammunition, optics, and bayonets.


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