The only legal one in Canada an SVD cousin, the Medved-3 semi-car hunting carabiner is built on the same action and gas system. It is housed in the room. 308 Win and features a handmade walnut butt stem and handguard. Since SVD rifles are no longer legally allowed to be imported, this is your best chance to own a real Dragunov built by the Russians on high-quality tools without spending six months` salary on the original Dragunov (just to get an extra four inches on the barrel). The effect of the law, which is based on false facts, is negligible. There are many laws based on lies, false data, misunderstandings, etc. And just because they are in bad faith does not mean they are illegal. They are always laws. Even if you say that the SVD was placed in the AK firearms family, that does not negate the fact that the purpose of the law was to prevent the listed weapons from being legal to own firearms, even if they made a mistake where they placed them. From what I know of the general attitude towards firearms in Canada and the general attitude of people in states that pass similar laws, it seems that they intend to ban all these guns individually and misclassify the SVD. NYC also has some of its own. In general, semi-automatic rifles are still legal.
AR rifles have additional stupid limitations. But a Ruger mini 14 is completely legal to buy. But I can`t think of any legal reason why other SVD Combloc (e.g. Polish) might not ever come to the US. I`ve heard rumors that WBP in Poland is making a number of SVDs for American collectors, but nothing in recent months. In New York, a person is legally allowed to possess up to 19 rifles and shotguns without a license. No person under the age of 16 may possess a rifle or shotgun, except that children between the ages of 12 and 16 may possess a rifle or shotgun if they use it for targeting exercises under the supervision of a military officer, parent or guardian. The rifle features adjustable iron visors with a sliding tangential rear sight graduated from 100 to 1,200 m (109 to 1,312 yd) in steps of 100 m (109 yd). Iron visors can be used with or without the standard optical visor. This is possible because the scope mount does not block the area between the front and rear visors.
If so, don`t you think there would be companies already doing it, so you wouldn`t have to? Suffice it to say that since legislators often deal with these issues, since they generally approve all arms sales to other countries, they understand this concept very well, even if they are not in favor of the possession of civilian firearms. It is likely that they assumed that the SVD was related to the AK-47 and that they did not want to present it as a separate model and did not verify it. So they intended to ban many vehicles, including a locomotive and a Mustang, and for some reason, thought the Mustang was a locomotive and put it there instead of the list of cars. If you think that`s an exaggeration, look at the questions the various subcommittees ask the CEOs of tech companies, and then tell me again that the mistake you`re making is not the stupidest thing that has ever happened in a legislature. SWD-M – A modernized Polish variant of the SVD, adopted in 1998, which uses a heavy gun, a bipod (mounted on the forearm) and a telescopic sight LD-6 (6×42). Most lawyers would agree that having definitions that are not consistent with those of their predecessors is not a best practice, but they would also agree that these definitions continue to have the force of law. Eugenio Beltrami Svd was discovered independently more than 100 years ago by Eugenio Beltrami (1835-1899) and Camille Jordan (1838-1921) . A few decades ago, Russian SVDs were the subject of an independent restriction agreement that ended Tigr`s imports. The SVD originally came with a detachable PSO-1 (now PSO-1M2) optical visor mounted on a Warsaw Pact rail on the left side of the receiver. The PSO-1 target can be used to fight area targets at distances of more than 1,300 m (1,422 yd); Effective ranges in combat situations were set at 600 to 1,300 m (656 to 1,422 yd), depending on the type of target (point or area target) of the ammunition and the capabilities of the shooter.   AF – A prototype automatic rifle developed in the mid-70s. The prototypes were chambered in 5.45x39mm and made compatible with AK-74 magazines (in particular the 45-shot magazine is also compatible with the RPK-74). OTs-03 SVU – A variant of the TKB-0172 that went into series production for the MVD in 1991. The rifle was also equipped with an improved muzzle brake as well as a rear viewfinder, similar to the original SVD prototype. Many were not new production rifles, but modernized SVDs. A Select Fire variant (OTs-03A(S) SVU-A) was also produced in small numbers to serve as an automatic rifle, but the automatic firing capability was later removed from the design. The original shortened barrel was later replaced with a full-length cylinder in the design. For the SVD, several alternative military scopes with different magnification levels and reticles are available. Rifles designated SVDN are equipped with a night visor, such as the NSP-3, NSPU, PGN-1, NSPUM or Polish passive PCS-5. SVDN-1 rifles may use the NSPU-3 (1PN51) passive night sight, and SVDN2 designated rifles may use the NSPUM Passive Night Sight (1PN58).  The first step is to have about $25,000.00 that you no longer want for a military model.
Once you have done that, I will inform you of the second step. Get a VEPR and dress it up. It won`t be exactly the same, but it will end up better in some ways. It will also be more affordable. It was developed from 1958 to 1963 and selected as the winner of a competition in which three groups of competing designers participated, led by Sergei Simonov (prototype rejected in April 1960), Alexander Konstantinov and Yevgeny Dragunov. Extensive field tests of the rifles, carried out under various environmental conditions (Konstantinov`s competing prototype 2B-W-10 was simpler and cheaper, but was tested with less accuracy, durability and reliability), led to the commissioning of Dragunov`s proposal in July 1963.  A first pre-production batch, consisting of 200 rifles, was assembled for evaluation purposes, and from 1964 mass production was carried out by Izhmash, later called Kalashnikov Concern. In 1963, the SVD Dragunov semi-automatic sniper rifle was put into service and immediately used against US troops in Vietnam. Although the Dragunov is a capable battlefield weapon, its accuracy potential and coarse optics limit its effective range to about 800 meters. How many countries have adopted the Dragunov sniper rifle? The Dragunov is able to achieve an accuracy of about one hair on 1 MOA with the right ammunition. In comparison, the M24 SWS is capable of consistently firing around 0.6 MOA with military sniper ammunition.
SVDK (6V9) – An experimental Russian variant for the 9.3×64 mm 7N33 cartridge, based on the Tigr civilian design.