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Can you tell me where to buy a replacement stock? Want to fix then sell.
Chinese Type 56 SKS.
The chinese used that type bayonet on their Copy of the Russian Sks.
One source of wood.
Info on SKS's
Video on removing the stock
The notched trigger retention pin can be a booger to release, like they say, set the trigger safety on and Id recomend using a phillips screw driver and depress the pin forward (twards the muzzle) and rock the trigger out its inlet.
One thing they did not mention about the gastube/hand guard.
In your case I dont think you need to mess with it, but if you do want to remove the gas pistion for cleaning there is a trick to saving a big headache.
The locking lever mounted on the side of the rear sight holds two pistons in place.
If you rock the lever up, do so 'Just Enough' to get the back end of the handguard/gas tube to lift free, by rotating that lever up traps the spring loaded pistion inside the rear sight assy, if you move that lever up past its limit the captive piston will shoot out of the sight under great force, the same will also happen if for some reason you return the lever back to its normal position will release its piston and its pretty tough to get that spring and piston stuffed back inside the sight and lock it.
So remember move the gas pistion locking lever 'Just Enough'.
The SKS is not a difficult gun to figure out how to reassemble once you get a look at it when its appart.
Pushing the trigger assembly back in place can be pretty tough but not impossible.
Remember the hammer needs to be cocked and the safety is on.
Just invert the rifle so the bottom of trigger guard is up, place the gun on a bench or chair using a good ammount of pressure press it down till the notched pin locks in place behind the trigger guard.