SVT-40 Rifle & SKS Carbine | Russia's Beautiful Semi-Auto Rifles

by: Chris Butler     Published on: 01 April 2015

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Blog: ( Presents: Russia's Beautiful Semi-Auto RiflesThe SVT-40 Rifle and SKS CarbineSVT-40 stands for Samozariadnyia Vintovka Tokareva self-loading rifle. The rifle fires a 7.62x54mmR round from a 10 round detachable box magazine. It was utilized by the Russian Army during World War 2.SKS stands for Samozaryadnyj Karabin sistemy Simonova = Simonov Self-loading Carbine. The rifle fires a 7.62x39 round from an attached box magazine. It also contains a built-in bayonet for close quarter engagements with the enemy.I have demonstrated the firing of the SVT-40 rifle in my previous video. This video focuses on the SKS carbine in action.MUSIC USED:Rapture by Ross Bugden( Website:( HERE FOR MORE: ( ME ON GOOGLE+: ( ( for watching! Sound off in the comments below!TAGSSKS rifle, SKS carbine, SKS, 7.62x39mm, 762 inter, Russian, Chinese, Yugo, Yugoslav, Romanian, Ukrainian, Cold War, rifle, carbine, M-16 rifle, AR-15, AKM, AK-47, AK 47, Kalashnikov, WW2, World War 2, Korean War, Vietnam War, Cambodian War, Soviet, semi-automatic, PLA, Type 56, M59, M56, Norinco, Samozaryadnyj Karabin sistemy Simonova, Tokarev, SVT-40, SVT40, SVT, 40, SVD, semi-automatic rifle, WW2, USSR, Soviet, Soviet Union, Red Army, 7.62x54mmR, SVT-38, SVT38, AVS36, Avtomaticheskaia Vintovka Simonova, Simonova, Samozariadnyia Vintovka Tokareva