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Old 01-16-2013, 02:44 AM   #21
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I got a yugo one from a guy I know for $200. I added a cheapo 30 round mag (want some tapcos), a

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I got a yugo one from a guy I know for $200. I added a cheapo 30 round mag (want some tapcos), a
It came with an ATI fiberglass stock and its a little rusted, but it still works fine. The firing pin would stick an caused a few slam fires and a lot of FTFs. Instead of buying a new one, I soaked all the parts in mineral spirits o get rid of the leftover cosmoline (that helped out greatly), then found the pin was slightly bent. I carefully straightened it, and now it rattles in the bolt. No problems since. I should by a new pin, though.
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http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts/bolt-parts/firing-pins/sks-enhanced-firing-pin-prod24637.aspx?ttver=2

1 in stock, must be for YOU.
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however, they work every time you pull the trigger, are easilly fitted with detachable magazines, and are more accurate than the AK.Tack
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I have a norinco and though its not my newest iI always enjoy tinking with it most of all
I shot a Norinco SKS the first time I did any target shooting. I was able to hit the 100 yd. steel target with that SKS. I would say it's a very accurate rifle. I fell in love with that rifle that day and wouldn't mind owning one.
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I shot a Norinco SKS the first time I did any target shooting. I was able to hit the 100 yd. steel target with that SKS. I would say it's a very accurate rifle. I fell in love with that rifle that day and wouldn't mind owning one.
They are a fine entry level semi auto sporting rifle...and every home should have at least one!

Bought my 1954 Russian of an Army buddy for $75.00 back in the mid 90,s!

Won't find that deal today but after the buying craze calms down you shoul be able to find decent Chicoms for 3 to 400.

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Take a good look at the bore and the firing pin channel. If the firing pin moves freely and the bore doesn't look like the surface of the moon rolled into a tube, buy it. Or tell me where I can buy it. Same round with more muzzle velocity than an AK-47. As for fitting detachable mags, I have yet to find one which hasn't required an hour or more of filing and fitting to get it to run half-assed, let alone perfectly. Check your state and local laws for what can and cannot be on it, because that stuff varies greatly.

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My nephew just picked up a nice older Chinese model with the blade bayonet, but the wood stock appears to have been thoroughly fielded/tested/used. This was a type 56 from the triangle 26 factory; some local guy (FFL) is getting 15 every couple of weeks from parts unknown and doing the cleanup before selling them for $300-$400. I am seriously tempted to get one to go with my current Norinco of the spike persuasion.

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