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Old 10-19-2011, 22:01   #1
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Aftermarket stocks

I've got an ATI Monte Carlo on mine now and I don't like it. Y'all got any suggestions on a good aftermarket stock? I want one with a fixed butt stock. I've looked around for a fixed butt stock w/ pistol grip but have come up empty handed. Anybody seen one like that?
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Old 10-20-2011, 04:28   #2
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What kind of SKS do you have? Norinco, Russian, Yugo?
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Sounds like you want something like MilSurpStuff.com : TAPCO COMP66169D Intrafuse SKS Compliance Rifle System Rail DARK EARTH, SKS Furniture, COMP66169D

Just remember, if you're trying to make the SKS like an AK-47, it's cheaper just to buy the AK-47.
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I suggest a wooden stock as Mr Siminov intended.

I spent a lot of $ and time "updating" my last SKS... When I was all done, I stood back and realized that all I had done was taken a perfectly fine battle rifle and made it into an ugly, expensive, and less effective catastrophe.

Tech sights, sling and stripper clips are all the SKS needs imo.
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Originally Posted by GDKPIKPWG View Post
I suggest a wooden stock as Mr Siminov intended.

Tech sights, sling and stripper clips are all the SKS needs imo.
My dad bought me the rifle a little over 15 years ago and swapped out the stock to get a longer LOP. I'm not even sure if he still has the original stock. I guess I could ask huh?

You're probably right about the sights, sling and clips too.
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Originally Posted by OzarkRecluse View Post
Sounds like you want something like MilSurpStuff.com : TAPCO COMP66169D Intrafuse SKS Compliance Rifle System Rail DARK EARTH, SKS Furniture, COMP66169D

Just remember, if you're trying to make the SKS like an AK-47, it's cheaper just to buy the AK-47.
I didn't realize I was talking to a fellow Razorback. Woo Pig! & no, thats not the kind of stock I'm lookin' for. I'm not trying to turn it into an AK, just something I think I would like better.

I know this is on a shotgun, but I was thinking of a stock with a butt like it has on it.
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Originally Posted by Lead Slanger View Post
My dad bought me the rifle a little over 15 years ago and swapped out the stock to get a longer LOP. I'm not even sure if he still has the original stock. I guess I could ask huh?

You're probably right about the sights, sling and clips too.
They're common enough on the various auction sites for pretty cheap. Or for a real nice wood you can go with a timbersmith... Little pricey for me though.

For LOP I actually threw a recoil pad on mine... added about 3/4" and now the recoil feels like a 10/22.
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I was looking at the Tapco stuff and really like this...
TimberSmith - Premium Wooden Rifle Stocks - SKS Monte Carlo Stock - Right Handed Model, Black Laminate (Powered by CubeCart)
Seems close to the same price or close to that of a 922r kit?
But what do I do about that darn Yugo Bayonet? When we go to war with England or Canada I will need it to do a return bayonet charge?
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Originally Posted by theboonedockssaint View Post
I was looking at the Tapco stuff and really like this...
TimberSmith - Premium Wooden Rifle Stocks - SKS Monte Carlo Stock - Right Handed Model, Black Laminate (Powered by CubeCart)
Seems close to the same price or close to that of a 922r kit?
But what do I do about that darn Yugo Bayonet? When we go to war with England or Canada I will need it to do a return bayonet charge?
Find a friend with a woodshop and mill out a bayonet cavity.... Shouldn't be too difficult with the right tools.
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Originally Posted by GDKPIKPWG View Post
Find a friend with a woodshop and mill out a bayonet cavity.... Shouldn't be too difficult with the right tools.
Yeah I thought about that, anyone out there that can help?
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saw one at the range with a bayo cut. guy said he did it with his router. looked good to me.
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