Worth about $50-$75 more than one with import marks. i have one that I am sure was a bringback from somewhere and not just "missed" but it had other characteristics that would indicate it was not imported.
In fact I am reviewing it with a Hungarian weapons collector. It came in a orange heavily sanded and repaired Russian stock, with a trigger and magazine that match each other but are not matched to the rifle. All other parts match, and all parts including the repaired stock are Russian. This indicates that the parts were swapped with others on the same table, where the entire pats pool was of Soviet manufacture.
Here is the exact color of my stock in a Hungarian photo. You do not see this color much anywhere else.http://www.hungariae.com/Simonov.htm
I had thought this a Vietnam bringback, but the odds of the parts getting replaced with only Russian and the stock getting refurbished instead of replaced, seems more like Hungarian. How it might have gotten here....I dunno.
Definitely not imported.
My error was taking it out of the Hungarian stock, and placing it in a Polish Honor Guard stock to restore the rifle to a Polish Honor Guard rifle.
Should have checked into it a little better first. I can replace the stuff, but I like the Polish unit better.