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Old 10-30-2010, 07:20 PM   #1
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Default Need more info on identifying my chinese sks

I also put this on other sites so i can get as many replies as i can.I just want to know what i have here and not sound like an idiot if someone ever asks me about my sks.
I did some reading here and on other site but there a few things that i didnt really understand.Heres a few pics.Maybe you experts can help me more on telling me about this sks.
Cant really tell what it says here.I could only tell a few words......

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Old 10-31-2010, 02:38 PM   #2
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Pretty typical Norinco SKS. Nice condition. These are not Mil-Surp rifles, they were made by Norinco for export to the US commercial market.

I believe having that spike mono-pod installed may be a violation of some PRC anti gun law.

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Thanks for the reply.Im thinking of taking the spike off and adding a bipod.Also want to add a scope but not too sure what kind to get.i dont want to get a too expensive one but not a cheap one either.Im just going to use it for the range and maybe shooting 200-300 yards.
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You have the stamped trigger group. Please post a picture from the top showing the barrel mating to the receiver & I will tell you if you have a threaded or pinned barrel.

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Beautiful gun. I'd love to have an SKS with a spike.

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