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    Well I went to the major gunshop in our area to get a couple of pistols and after I purchased them I was walking around enjoying the sights when I got to the very back corner in the very back room, there they were, still coated in cosmoline. Yep, never been shot Yugos, about 12 of them all...
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    $299.00 seems like a pretty reasonable price to me for a VG NRA condition rating. http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/storeproduct625.aspx
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    i took my yugo sks 7.62X39 out to the range today and every single shot the shells would get caught in the chamber or wouldn't eject? so i would load one round fire it, then have to pull the bolt back, which was extremely hard sometimes. i dont know to much about it other then maybe it could be...
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    Alright, I typically would not do this, but I wanted to share the good cheer. Check it... 1. Found an advertisement online last night that Cabelas was selling Yugo SKS for $199 2. Found a $20 coupon for purchases over $150 3. Signed up for their Visa credit card and saved an additional $25...
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    I'm into my surplus weapons, but not for the curio cabinet, but regular shooting and hunting with them. ( sorry C&R Guys) I chang stocks and whatever else ( within legal limits) to make the the most accurate and most comfortable shooting that I possibly can. 2 of my favorites are my yugo sks...
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    A local dealer just posted online that he received a shipment of Yugo M59/66 A1 SKS 7.62x39 he is asking $299 ea. Just looking for thoughts or suggestions.
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    I've got 3 SKS's in total. One Yugo that I removed the Grenade Launcher and installed a functional muzzle brake. Also added a a pachmeyer butt pad and formed it to fit and redid the entire stock. The other 2 are Norinco's one which is mint and seems to me pretty much unfired and will e left as...
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    Saw an SKS at a local shop for $299. A little steep for my budget. What do you all think of this price? The weapon is an old grenade launching type. Salesman said it was Romanian, didn't know how to confirm this. I generally prefer bolt guns for simplicity and reliability but want this one due...
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    Interested in maybe picking one up, but don't know much about them. Is there a benefit to the Yugo, Russian or Norinco (China) ones? Disadvantages? I want a bayonet, just a personal preference. I am not looking to modify it to take AK mags, standard stripper clips is fine. Years ago I had a...
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    Alright, age old question which searching the forum and internet didn't answer. Yugo or Russian SKS: Russian is $269.00 CAD or 5 for $1000.00 CAD yugo is 189.99 CAD Which should i go with, and name the top 5 parts i shoudl up grade besides a spring loaded firing pin (vs the free floating...
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    Hello, I'm considering purchase of one or two SKS rifles. I've Other weapons in .223 and .308 and they will be my mainstay. I have no weapons in 7.62X39 and thought I should have at least one or two just in case. They will likely be used as truck guns or cabin guns or some rough use as that...
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    Back in October I believe, I was posting about some jamming issues I've had with my Yugo SKS http://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=76568&highlight=yugo+jamming It had been suggested that I replace the gas valve as that was the most likely culprit. It did look corroded and nasty. I...
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