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Discussion in 'AK & SKS Discussion' started by jayguy, Apr 15, 2011.
What is the best kind of sks.I heard the norinco sks is the best is this true?
Opinions and uses vary. I have a sem-bubba'd Chinese that is darn accurate and very fun to shoot.
If you were more of a collector, a Russian or Albanian would hold more of your interest.
I am told by all "nuts" like me the Norinco is damn good. Their 1911's are Excellent too, as are their M-14 wannabes' Their Steel is the best there is. Norinco 1911's are coveted to be the foundation for "race guns"
I have a Norinco SKS fromt he days when they were $65.00 each, and I shoot the snot out of it...or DID! I cast my own bullets
and have brass that is a good ten years old, much of which i bought when Midway had Lapua brass at a great price. Lapua lasts forever.No I don't have wheels or access to a range. Until it got shelved i was getting ready to mount a Russian PU-scope mount to the receiver. Receiver cover scope mount bases aren't any good, wont hold zero. you gotta mount scopes on the receiver
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Yugoslavia Model 59/66 SKS Sniper
I, too, will say that the Norinco and Polytech SKSs are the best. Look for one with the barrel threaded into the receiver, though.
I love my norinco.
I'll go with the Russian.
Beautifully machined and assembled, but not all were chrome lined. I had two and sold them for that reason.
My Russian SKS was my first gun, and it hasnt failed me yet!!