Romarm PSL-54C 7.62×54 26.75” DMR Sniper Rifle Dragunov Clone With Scope

SOLD FOR: $1,905

WOA#: WY240113DLS001

Make: Romarm

Model:  PSL 54-C

Serial Number: F-6308-77

Year of Manufacture: 1977

Caliber: 7.62x54R

Action Type: Semi-Automatic

Markings: The left side of the receiver is marked “F-6308-77 RO / PSL-54C Cal. 7.62x54mm”. The scope is marked “LPS 4×6 TIP2 Sr. 01837-77’’.  The left side recoil spring lug is marked “6308”.   The right side of the receiver is marked “MADE BY CN ROMARM SA/CUGIR / IN ROMANIA / IMPORTED CAI, GEORGIA, VT.”.  The scope on right side knobs are marked “DREAPTA” “STINGA”, the top knobs are marked “SUS / SOO”  The rear elevation sight is marked P, 1 through 12

Barrel Length: 24”. 26.75” with muzzle brake

Sights / Optics:  The front sight is an adjustable post set between two protective ears and the rear sight is a “U” notched tangent leaf marked from “1 – 12” and “P”.  The left side of the receiver has a scope rail with an attached LPS 4×6° TIP2 telescopic sight made by the Industry Optic Romania (I.O.R.).

Stock Configuration & Condition: The stock is a wooden skeleton thumbhole stock with a metal buttplate and wooden handguards. The LOP measures about 12” from the back of the trigger to the back of the buttplate. The stock rates in about Fine overall condition with.  There are light scratches and compression marks and a few light chips to wood. There are no cracks.

Magazine Quantity & Condition: One 10rd 7.62x54R detachable waffle magazines.  Magazine is in Very Good condition.  The leading edges are sharp and the springs are strong.  There is some varying light finish loss on the mag.

Type of Finish:  Black

Finish Originality: Original

Bore Condition:  The bore is very bright and the rifling is sharp. There is no visible erosion in the bore.  In this writer’s opinion the bore rates 10/10.

Overall Condition:  This rifle retains about 97% of its metal finish. The balance of the finish shows some light scratches on the receiver and dust cover but nothing out of the ordinary for a Romanian import.  The screw heads have some tool marks particularly on the upper tang stock screw, and the pins are unmarred. The markings are clear.  Overall, this rifle rates in about Excellent Condition.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly. We did not fire this rifle. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance requirements.

Box, Paperwork & Accessories:  Comes with a LPS 4×6° TIP2 telescopic sight, total of one magazine, and leather sling.

Our Assessment: Listen up, squad! If you want to bring glory to your Country while dealing out some serious hate downrange, the PSL 54-C is your ticket to success. Now, before you get it twisted, this bad boy is not just another Dragunov knockoff. Sure, they both rock that sleek, thin barrel and sporty wood furniture, but the PSL is like the Dragunov’s cooler, slightly rebellious younger cousin.  Picture this: while the Dragunov was busy strutting around with its machined receiver, the PSL was out there like, ‘Nah, bro, stamped receivers are where it’s at!’ That’s right, the PSL decided to go the AKM route and stamped its own identity into the battlefield. Back in the day, these babies were handed out to the best marksman in each platoon, making them the envy of every soldier. They were trained to take down high-value targets while also being the life of the party with their general fire support.  Today, the PSL brings both practicality and historical swagger to whoever gets their hands on it. It’s a Cold War relic that’s as rugged and reliable as they come. So, if you want a piece of history that’s as badass as it gets, the PSL 54-C is your weapon of choice!


Romarm PSL-54C 7.62x54 26.75” DMR Sniper Rifle Dragunov Clone With Scope
Romarm PSL-54C 7.62×54 26.75” DMR Sniper Rifle Dragunov Clone With Scope