|ROMAK-3 with a rare 4-8X PSO zoom scope with military ranging reticle. The stock is custom PKM style with RPK trapdoor on it (cleaning kit fits into bottom of stock). Forend is cutomized to have the bulge at the bottom like an AK which helps to get a tighter hold. It is made from Curly maple by SOUPBOWL ENTERPRISES in North Carolina. This nice Romanian PSL rifle is owned by Bruce, a former fast attack sub sailor "silent service".|
|This custom PSL was built by Brent Lenig and features many personal touches. Wood stock set is made by Rhineland Arms and has been modified with an adjustable butt pad. The reciever started out as a solid piece of 4x8 flat steel that was cut out, bent, indented, machined down, welded, and hardended. This reciever was completely made by Brent. The rest of the gun is a military parts kit with matching numbers, threaded barrel, flash hider, and the infamous safety detent sear kit that you never see with these guns when they come in with the third axis pin.|
|Custom PSL wood stock.|
|"I had to modify everything on it including the handguard. The bipod mount and the adapter for the Magpul PRS. I have since made another one in all black, and another one in OD. It fires nicer than it looks." JG|
|"I had my PSL barrel shortened to 20". This makes it stiffer and groups are better as the barrel doesn't whip as much or vibrate as badly now. Ken K of Global Military gunsmithing did the work." -Stargazer from gunboards.com|
This Romanian PSL is a war trophy in Iraq. It was captured by GySgt Scott and hangs in his room in Baghdad.
|SSG-97 rifle owned in Germany. German law requires military arsenal marking be removed prior to civilian sales. In this case, it was simply drilled through.|
|Romanian PSL with custom buttstock adapter allowing the installation of a standard AK stock set.|
|"Ohiogunnut's" tactical PSL with 1P21 scope.|
|"I purchased a Choate stock and did a little (very little) Dremmel work on it. The result is a PSL that is an absolute pleasure to shoot."CG|
|"I put my PSL in a CHOATE stock for a AK (above). I had to dremel fit the wider receiver but was able to use the rear screw on the rear trunion and one through the bottom of the receiver just like the original. The rifle is the replacement I got from Century for the recall. I should have kept the scope I sent back as it was much nicer than the one I got in return. Also when I took the buttstock off they only used the upper screw in the rear trunion and not the one through the bottom of the receiver. Not well fit and finished in my opinion. Anyhow, the CHOATE stock is great. Shot it today with the cheekpiece and man did it work out well. I don't know why I didn't try out the CHOATE option earlier. Tom"|
|Another Ace™ fixed folder and Harris™ bipod attached to the receiver. The balance is better in this configuration that with the standard short buttstock.|
|PSL with an "Ed's stock" polymer set owned by JohnE.|
|This military PSL is owned by Pierre in Canada. The rifle is in mint condition and was purchased from a museum.|
Pierre says his full military PSL has a very nice finish on the wood and the factory black coating is a high-quality uniform finish.
The steel oil bottle shown has the same Romanian arsenal mark as is on the rifle.
|No importation stamp is present and the only marks are these found in front of the mag well. The serial number has been obscured by the stickers.|
|Richard's Romanian PSL with custom white stock.|
Custom PSL with polymer stock and bipod. (SPAS12)