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Old 08-20-2010, 11:11 PM   #1
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Found a part to modify one of my sks's it replaces the reciever and you can mount a scope on it. Looks like it would be real solid. Does anyone have any experience with this ? Any info would be appreciated. Would either go on my yugo or the chinese one. Would mention the site but don't know if that is allowed. THANKS

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Old 08-20-2010, 11:32 PM   #2
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I have seen a few parts like that on the internet. I would be concerned that it might move just a bit. A scope mount that moves is worthless. Just an observance. I haven't actually tested one.

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Rick's right on the movement of the cover. I tried one of these when I was a kid and it held the scope, but that's about all.

Some are up around $50.00+ and not worth it in my experience.

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I've had one. Unless you can fit it to the weapon in a way that it wont move...It will move. So zeroing the glass will be next to impossible. What you might try is a mount that replaces the hand guard. They are much more steady. THe bolt cover scope mounts look cool but their function is not all that great. I ended up with a Tapco T6 stock on mine and it come with the hand guard mount. I've been much happier with how it all sits now.

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