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Link Posted: 11/20/2013 12:19:56 PM EDT
[#1]
Had a blast with my type 56 this weekend.
Link Posted: 12/26/2013 2:23:28 PM EDT
[Last Edit: sprinklerboy] [#2]


the marcus mag adapter-it works scout mount- its good to go with use of my laser bore site when i take it off to clean i use a cutom target and re align it. love this thing. the red dot is a sparc. i redid the trigger and modded the bolt, blued the bolt and carrier cut down a alby black bayonet
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 10:44:27 PM EDT
[#4]
Latest photo was for "Paki tape" thread so I thought I would add it here also.


Link Posted: 2/20/2014 2:02:55 PM EDT
[#5]
Yugoslavian
Sino-Soviet
Security forces marked Chicom

Link Posted: 2/24/2014 4:26:21 PM EDT
[#6]
Got her all cleaned up.





Link Posted: 2/25/2014 7:31:26 PM EDT
[#7]













Here is my type 56 (ghost gun) all matching #'s.
Link Posted: 3/8/2014 8:42:59 AM EDT
[#8]
Arsenal 26 on top (bayonet has been put on correctly since pic)
Sino Soviet on bottom
Link Posted: 3/10/2014 3:06:05 AM EDT
[#9]
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Originally Posted By dwcopple:
Arsenal 26 on top (bayonet has been put on correctly since pic)
Sino Soviet on bottom
<a href="http://s3.photobucket.com/user/DCopp/media/Flatscreen%20mounting/IMG_20131107_201534_zpsb5a09e26.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y74/DCopp/Flatscreen%20mounting/IMG_20131107_201534_zpsb5a09e26.jpg</a>
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What's up with the magazine on the top rifle?
Link Posted: 3/10/2014 8:45:35 AM EDT
[#10]
5 rd polymer legal for hunting with here in MI.  That one also has the bolt mod done to it.  I have a non-matching 10rd factory mag for it, but it was a Polytech hunter rifle set up with a 5rd steel box mag that said Made in China in script that I traded for the original mis-matched 10rd'er.  I also have a couple Tapco 20's for it too.  It had this scope mount on it that I sold on ebay for $70+
Link Posted: 3/15/2014 6:01:40 PM EDT
[#11]
Beautiful day out today, went out and took some photos.

Link Posted: 3/24/2014 2:19:58 AM EDT
[#12]
New to me:

DSC_0199 by TacCoyote, on Flickr

DSC_0198 by TacCoyote, on Flickr
Link Posted: 3/25/2014 11:57:13 AM EDT
[#13]
How do you like it Yote?
Link Posted: 3/26/2014 9:03:14 PM EDT
[#14]


my new sks trying to find out if its anything different
Link Posted: 4/2/2014 6:32:54 PM EDT
[#15]
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Originally Posted By farmdog:
Latest photo was for "Paki tape" thread so I thought I would add it here also.


http://i922.photobucket.com/albums/ad67/ranger721/01C10EAC-F491-45E9-AAF0-CC3BEA99D634.jpg
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What's that belt/pouches?
Link Posted: 4/3/2014 8:36:52 AM EDT
[#16]
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Originally Posted By sprinklerboy:
http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc481/h2ogunr/100_0096.jpg

the marcus mag adapter-it works scout mount- its good to go with use of my laser bore site when i take it off to clean i use a cutom target and re align it. love this thing. the red dot is a sparc. i redid the trigger and modded the bolt, blued the bolt and carrier cut down a alby black bayonet
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What brand is that scope mount?
Link Posted: 5/5/2014 5:36:49 PM EDT
[Last Edit: sprinklerboy] [#17]
http://scoutscopes.com/sks-scope-mounts/sks-scope-mount-black-anodized-7895/
Link Posted: 5/20/2014 3:45:20 PM EDT
[Last Edit: haLfLiFe] [#18]




ChiCom and a Ex DRR Soviet

I still have the factory 10rd magazines for it. No harm came to the stocks while seeing if the Tapco mags fit.
Link Posted: 6/9/2014 4:09:51 PM EDT
[#19]

Egyptian Rasheed

Ex-DDR Soviet M45 Carbine

Chinese Type 56 Carbine



Link Posted: 6/11/2014 5:23:11 PM EDT
[#20]
Century U-Fix it Type 56 I picked up last year. I replaced the cracked stock with a Russian, and slapped on some fresh Ruby shellac. Scope is a POSP 4x on Molot mount.



Link Posted: 7/31/2014 10:28:47 AM EDT
[#21]
Here is my Chinese sks I duracoated in "Florida Tigerstripe"


Here is one in Urban Flectarn


I call this pattern "Nautical Camo" it is a gun kept on a boat, so it is supposed to be the ocean, whitecaps and clouds
Link Posted: 8/1/2014 1:28:12 PM EDT
[#22]
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Originally Posted By leecar83:
Century U-Fix it Type 56 I picked up last year. I replaced the cracked stock with a Russian, and slapped on some fresh Ruby shellac. Scope is a POSP 4x on Molot mount.

http://i.imgur.com/vbrVlWyl.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/cOffqPCl.jpg
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Nice, I like it even if it's not correct.
Link Posted: 8/11/2014 3:09:40 PM EDT
[#23]
1951 Tula w/Magwedge Kwikrail, Vomz Pilad 4x scope w/Illuminated 7.62x39 SVD style reticule.

Link Posted: 8/11/2014 3:27:09 PM EDT
[Last Edit: Spaxspore] [#24]
Classic Traditional :

















Link Posted: 8/18/2014 11:02:30 AM EDT
[#25]
1953 Tula SKS


















Link Posted: 8/21/2014 4:45:11 PM EDT
[#26]
Newly acquired 1954 non-refurb.

Please excuse the e.g Makarov i am a sucker for classic cold war.
































Link Posted: 8/23/2014 11:10:12 AM EDT
[#27]
What kind of grips are those for your Mak??  I'd love a pair for my Bulgy.
Link Posted: 8/23/2014 11:31:17 AM EDT
[#28]
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Originally Posted By SnaitN:
What kind of grips are those for your Mak??  I'd love a pair for my Bulgy.
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http://www.marschalgrips.com/?content=Makarov-models

Link Posted: 9/5/2014 11:07:20 AM EDT
[#29]

Link Posted: 9/7/2014 10:25:10 AM EDT
[#30]
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Originally Posted By SScot:
http://i.imgur.com/inth82H.jpg
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that is pretty cool looking.
Link Posted: 10/16/2014 1:00:32 PM EDT
[#31]
Here's mine; Nothing special, just a shooter.

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Link Posted: 11/2/2014 4:55:53 PM EDT
[#32]
Link Posted: 12/5/2014 1:52:37 AM EDT
[#33]
Chinese SKS D model.

Early version that is factory made to take AK mags. 20" barrel with bayonet attached.Later models were 16" barreled M or sporter models with no bayonet lug





Link Posted: 1/3/2015 7:50:00 PM EDT
[#34]
Sold my SKS during the panic for $700.  



Finally got a new one.




Type 56 all matching, except stock is replaced with a Russian one.  









Link Posted: 1/29/2015 11:02:23 PM EDT
[#35]
Link Posted: 2/1/2015 2:24:32 PM EDT
[Last Edit: Riddle] [#36]
found these pics on a flash drive- before and after of my almost all matching russian (the dust cover is chinese i think)



 
Link Posted: 5/14/2015 5:23:23 PM EDT
[Last Edit: Marlboroman79] [#37]
Bought this today. I'm out $550 in trades and cash for it.
SKS M



The previous owner claimed to have fired it only 90 rounds then stored it in the safe. It didn't matter to me cause I wanted a shooter to play with, not "collect". But I must say this is the cleanest SKS I've owned, not a single dot of rust.  Unfortunately he trashed the box.

Link Posted: 5/17/2015 10:57:23 PM EDT
[#38]
1971 Yugo/ 1964 Type 56

Link Posted: 5/18/2015 10:38:46 PM EDT
[#39]
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Originally Posted By FlyLeaf:
Chinese SKS D model.

Early version that is factory made to take AK mags. 20" barrel with bayonet attached.Later models were 16" barreled M or sporter models with no bayonet lug



<a href="http://s1059.photobucket.com/user/flyleaf556/media/IMG_2504_zpse3a903ac.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i1059.photobucket.com/albums/t439/flyleaf556/IMG_2504_zpse3a903ac.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s1059.photobucket.com/user/flyleaf556/media/IMG_2503_zpscc89a202.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i1059.photobucket.com/albums/t439/flyleaf556/IMG_2503_zpscc89a202.jpg</a>
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Damn, that's cool.
Link Posted: 5/28/2015 8:35:04 PM EDT
[#40]
All hail Bubba scout

Link Posted: 5/28/2015 8:58:13 PM EDT
[#41]
must...suppress...urge...to...masturbate...to...this...thread
Link Posted: 6/19/2015 10:28:27 PM EDT
[#42]
I posted this a while back in a projects gun thread but I figure it would go good in the pics thread here...

My first rifle I ever bought around 2004 was a Yugo 59/66 SKS. I knew nothing about guns at the time, just thought it was awesome sitting there on the Big 5 rack. Turned out it had a massively corroded barrel and gas system, and was practically worthless as a shooter. It would not cycle reliably, and even once I fixed the gas system issues using an oversized stainless selector valve, the barrel was so pitted and worn that it wouldn't stay on paper at 100 yards.

The upside was it set me on a head-first plunge into amateur gunsmithing. I nearly threw the rifle away at one point years back, but decided to keep it around. Fortunately over that ten years I developed enough gunsmithing skills to actually restore it. I finally tore it down and rebarreled it this year.

I purchased three $15 Chinese surplus SKS barrels/receiver stubs from Numrich - it took three of them to find one that was in perfect shape. One had multiple rings and visible external bulging, the other had a small ring near the muzzle, the last one was perfect and looked never-fired on the inside, despite having some external use wear and surface rust, which required a lot of oil and steel wool to clean up.

I was able to send off the the third barrel to someone in Montana who is building straight-pull only "target SKS" from it - so at least it got some use, while the other one was scrap.

I used the trashed barrel to experiment and see how easily it would untread from the receiver stub. Ultimately I had to cut part of the receiver stub on the donor barrel, and split the stub open, because the threads were totally seized. Threading the barrel into the Yugo receiver, it was severely under-timed, so I had to remove a decent amount of material from the Yugo receiver face to get the Chicom barrel to properly index tightly. I then peened it in place at four spots.

Fortunately, all of the Yugo barrel components fit just fine on the Chicom barrel, and most of the pin locations were close enough to only require a slight reaming. I used the Yugo gas shutoff valve, so that I could use the rifle as a straight-pull if desired. I used a surplus Chicom FSB, and was able to use the original Yugo bayonet by replacing the bayonet lock collar with a Chicom lock collar.

Unfortunately, when I first bought the rifle, I promptly cut off and threw away all of the Yugo launcher hardware, so that was not an option - the Chicom barrel is too short for it any way.

Once the rifle was reassembled, it took several nights to get the Yugo bolt headspaced to the Chicom barrel - lots of careful filing of the locking shoulder of the bolt, as it was way overtight at first. Once headspace was achieved and test fired, I cold-blued the barrel assembly. The rifle now functions flawlessly and is very accurate as well. It used to be impossible to get on paper at 100yd, and now it groups tighter than my practically brand-new Norinco DP.

Most people would not rebarrel an SKS, but considering that it was my first ever rifle, and I spent less than $50 in parts to achieve the job, I'd say it was a positive outcome.



Link Posted: 7/14/2015 3:44:30 PM EDT
[#43]
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Originally Posted By jblomenberg16:


Yep.  Only the very early chinese had blades.  The spikes are easy enough to find, and are quick to change.  You might be able to trade the blade for one too.
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Originally Posted By jblomenberg16:
Originally Posted By Scout198575:
Norinco SKS made around 1963. Is this thing supposed to have a spike bayonet?

http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c272/Scout198575/Guns%20and%20Shit/DSC00507.jpg
http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c272/Scout198575/Guns%20and%20Shit/DSC00508.jpg


Yep.  Only the very early chinese had blades.  The spikes are easy enough to find, and are quick to change.  You might be able to trade the blade for one too.


The switch was mid 1965. So a blade on a '63 is correct.
Link Posted: 7/16/2015 5:56:16 PM EDT
[#44]
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Originally Posted By mancat:
I posted this a while back in a projects gun thread but I figure it would go good in the pics thread here...

My first rifle I ever bought around 2004 was a Yugo 59/66 SKS. I knew nothing about guns at the time, just thought it was awesome sitting there on the Big 5 rack. Turned out it had a massively corroded barrel and gas system, and was practically worthless as a shooter. It would not cycle reliably, and even once I fixed the gas system issues using an oversized stainless selector valve, the barrel was so pitted and worn that it wouldn't stay on paper at 100 yards.

The upside was it set me on a head-first plunge into amateur gunsmithing. I nearly threw the rifle away at one point years back, but decided to keep it around. Fortunately over that ten years I developed enough gunsmithing skills to actually restore it. I finally tore it down and rebarreled it this year.

I purchased three $15 Chinese surplus SKS barrels/receiver stubs from Numrich - it took three of them to find one that was in perfect shape. One had multiple rings and visible external bulging, the other had a small ring near the muzzle, the last one was perfect and looked never-fired on the inside, despite having some external use wear and surface rust, which required a lot of oil and steel wool to clean up.

I was able to send off the the third barrel to someone in Montana who is building straight-pull only "target SKS" from it - so at least it got some use, while the other one was scrap.

I used the trashed barrel to experiment and see how easily it would untread from the receiver stub. Ultimately I had to cut part of the receiver stub on the donor barrel, and split the stub open, because the threads were totally seized. Threading the barrel into the Yugo receiver, it was severely under-timed, so I had to remove a decent amount of material from the Yugo receiver face to get the Chicom barrel to properly index tightly. I then peened it in place at four spots.

Fortunately, all of the Yugo barrel components fit just fine on the Chicom barrel, and most of the pin locations were close enough to only require a slight reaming. I used the Yugo gas shutoff valve, so that I could use the rifle as a straight-pull if desired. I used a surplus Chicom FSB, and was able to use the original Yugo bayonet by replacing the bayonet lock collar with a Chicom lock collar.

Unfortunately, when I first bought the rifle, I promptly cut off and threw away all of the Yugo launcher hardware, so that was not an option - the Chicom barrel is too short for it any way.

Once the rifle was reassembled, it took several nights to get the Yugo bolt headspaced to the Chicom barrel - lots of careful filing of the locking shoulder of the bolt, as it was way overtight at first. Once headspace was achieved and test fired, I cold-blued the barrel assembly. The rifle now functions flawlessly and is very accurate as well. It used to be impossible to get on paper at 100yd, and now it groups tighter than my practically brand-new Norinco DP.

Most people would not rebarrel an SKS, but considering that it was my first ever rifle, and I spent less than $50 in parts to achieve the job, I'd say it was a positive outcome.

http://i.imgur.com/290iDF5.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/M2OeXaM.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/916ylrw.jpg
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Wow, nice work! That's a beautiful rifle.
Link Posted: 9/9/2015 7:49:51 PM EDT
[#45]
Just got mine, pictures soon.
Link Posted: 2/1/2016 6:00:30 PM EDT
[#46]
Came with some funny letters in Vietnamese.  Can't wait to put a folding stock on it!








Link Posted: 5/24/2016 11:06:36 PM EDT
[#47]
My '64 matching Type 56(#8), blonde refurb stock, threaded full lug barrel, Russian proof marks.

Link Posted: 5/24/2016 11:08:48 PM EDT
[Last Edit: Order66] [#48]
Mid '64 they switched...mine is a '64 with a spike. 9 million serial #
Link Posted: 5/27/2016 10:50:38 PM EDT
[#49]




Russian SKS in a group photo
Link Posted: 5/31/2016 4:22:37 PM EDT
[#50]
My factory 26 Norinco
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