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Old 06-15-2013, 02:09 AM   #21
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I have a Chinese sks. Spike bayonet all numbers matching with good stock. Have $350 in it. Not sure it's value. A preban is all I have been told.
Same,Same I have for $80.00 in the 80s,but I think I have a 30 round magazine in mine,with spike??
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Ah a fellow Hoosier. There's nothing better than a hillbilly flee market. You never know what your gonna find.
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Ah a fellow Hoosier. There's nothing better than a hillbilly flee market. You never know what your gonna find.
I'm from Ohio, hoser, I mean hoosier

Here is my daughters new frog purse, made from a real frog. :0

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I'm from Ohio, hoser, I mean hoosier

Here is my daughters new frog purse, made from a real frog. :0
How bizarre, how bizarre!
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I would not be too worried about the condition of the stock as long as the wood is not cracked. They clean-up very nicely. My buddies Chinese SKS looks fantastic, I picked up a beat up Yugo to work on and it works well for what it is. (2 MOA at 100 with hand loads).

The long and short story is that we will probably not see any more imported into the US, so what's out there is all we will have. The price is not bad at all and the rifles work, I like them better than the AK-47's.

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Jim, how did you mount the optic? Is that on a dust cover rail? I have heard of problems with them
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even in the pawn shops up here, they're askin around $500 for SKS's depending on condition & country of origin.

about a dozen years ago a friend bought an SKS that had a plastic "target" stock & came with a box of those green tipped surplus rounds for $120. a year later he was selling it for that same $120 he paid but at that time in my life it may as well have been $1000 or $10,000.

Still wish I could've scraped the money together in time, I don't know if it was the stock or what but I remember that thing had very little recoil, less than any mini 14 I ever shot

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He got it for $280 w/ spike bayonet sling stock cleaning kit and a box o hollow points. Stock looks in good condition. I'd say its a good deal. If only ammo was as easy to find as it used to be.

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He got it for $280 w/ spike bayonet sling stock cleaning kit and a box o hollow points. Stock looks in good condition. I'd say its a good deal. If only ammo was as easy to find as it used to be.
Ammo? Check out the ftf vendors.

There is some on armslist in my area too.
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Ammo? Check out the ftf vendors.

There is some on armslist in my area too.
Most people on armslist are still in rape mode on prices.
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Most people on armslist are still in rape mode on prices.
What I was referring to was a thousand round case for $350 firm. I can't remember what kind it was but of I had a sks I would have bought it.
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