Yugo SKS semi automatic rifle, 20 rounds when using a Tapco removable duckbill mag, chambered for 7.62×39

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Comments
  1. gunluvr says:

    That’s an interesting looking rifle. Is accuracy improved?

    • rmactsc says:

      Yes but not for the reasons you might think. My original Yugo with the wood stock used iron sights; I only scoped it after moving to the synthetic stock. Based on the scoping factor alone; accuracy was improved.

  2. jessemathewson says:

    Reblogged this on Jesse Talks Back and commented:
    Ill stick with the Chinese Norinco version, I like having a chromed barrel 🙂

    Otherwise, love this!

    • rmactsc says:

      Have you had any issues with the Chinese Norinco version? At the time I had purchased mine the only available selection were the Yugo’s. Thanks for the reblog as well.

      • jessemathewson says:

        None, honestly I love my M-4 variant and my bolt guns – however, if I only had an SKS (norinco or yugo or russian) I would feel quite protected 😉

        Love em- great guns! (And my pleasure!)

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