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Old 11-17-2013, 09:02 AM   #11
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Sarco had NOS Chinese SKS stocks for about $25 awhile back, I ordered one, give me a minute and I'll link it and check to see which cut they are.

Edit: they are out of stock and mine is the spike cut anyway, they are excepting back orders and according to the comments at least some of them have the blade cut.

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Old 11-18-2013, 10:19 AM   #12
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I happen to have a Russian Sks wood stock that I completely refurbished, it is a awesome looking stock. If you want to see it just let me know! I am new to this site but not new to the firearms world. I put a Itrafuse stock on my sks and love it, only complaint is it is heavy with the bipod, scope and stock!
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I happen to have a Russian Sks wood stock that I completely refurbished, it is a awesome looking stock. If you want to see it just let me know! I am new to this site but not new to the firearms world. I put a Itrafuse stock on my sks and love it, only complaint is it is heavy with the bipod, scope and stock!
I would like to see that.
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When you find one don't think it will be cheap$$$$$.

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I will try and post them on here. Russian or Yugo stocks are hard to find.image.jpg

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Is that the refinished Russian? Looks like a Russian.

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Yes it is a Russian

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Looks nice

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Thank you!
I bought that carbine back in the early 90's (back when you could purchase a long gun and take it home with you the same day). It was unfired and cost me a whole $78.00 Makes me wish I had bought several of them. I put a Intrafuse stock on mine and it fits perfect. It is a little bit heavier than the wood stock but I like having the pistol grip. I have noticed that the Russian stocks seem harder to find and they are worth more money.

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Ya same here. I have the tapco and it works fine but I wanna go to the timbersmith stock now.

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