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 Post subject: 1967 yugo sks
PostPosted: Sat Jun 28, 2014 12:04 pm 
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Hey guys, its been a while so I thoughf id share my latest gun trade. I traded a mossberg 464 lever action 30-30 for a 1967 yugo sks. Howd I do?

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Hey guys, its been a while so I thoughf id share my latest gun trade. I traded a mossberg 464 lever action 30-30 for a 1967 yugo sks. Howd I do?

http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m194 ... em4mgw.jpg


hey anon, its been a while..... I think you made a good trade, is the stock on the SKS have a rubber pad on the butt stock? That would be my only real concern as long as the bore is in good shape

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Bore is in good shape, and yes rhe butt stock has a rubber pad. I thought that was normal on a 59/66 model, becauae thats what it says on yooper johns site.


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it might be I have never seen one but that is besides the point lol

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My friend had a yugo many years ago - but it had 4 tires... It got good gas mileage but he couldn't get parts for it!!

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Nice gun you have to love a gun with a grenade launcher on it.

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I always wanted an SKS. Nice rifle.


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I always wanted an SKS. Nice rifle.


I could have bought one for $60 from a guy that needed traveling money and I passed. DOH!!! :owned:

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Back in the day they were considered cheap rifles, but they have sure jumped up in price.

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I have one, they are OK rifles. Kinda limited on ammo capacity and I have never tried any of the high cap duckbill mags. Your stock looks to be in good condition. Mine was covered in layers of cosmoline when I got it, when I was done cleaning the gun the stock was nearly blonde. I drilled out the weld so I could drive the pin holding the grenade launcher on out and took off the launcher part. I keep the launcher on it however because I believe it would illegal to remove it and put a cool flash hider on instead... :whistle: damn feds anyway!

Since I got the Vepr the SKS doesn't get used nearly as often. The AK is just more fun to shoot.

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You're okay to remove the grenade launcher. California doesn't allow grenade launchers and they are removed or disabled to make them legal in the "State of Idiocy."

The rifle will be much handier if you remove it.

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I have a 1951 Tula Russian SKS that went through refurbishment. I now have a 30 rd mag on it, have not fired it since putting it on will do so and let you guys know how it goes.... I have always heard they jam a lot we will see.

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The rubber butt pad is normal for a Yugo, the stock was definitely refinished but it looks nice.

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