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    Thanks for adding the photos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brownie View Post
    The rifle has been converted to use mags? Hmm, I'd convert that back pronto if I was buying it. The conversions usually take a super reliable rifle and make a iffy proposition.
    Toward the very end of the importation of there were some detachable mag models made and brought in.
    Unless Cyber says otherwise I think this is one of them.
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    Only thing I did was remove the box mag and use the TAPCOS they are very reliable and the SKS locks back on the last round.
    Putting the box back would be no problem.
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    I have a Norinco SKS that I bought new back in the early ‘90’s. It has a brick-red fiberglass stock, and came with a triangular bayonet, and a green canvas looking strap with leather ends.

    It was ridiculously inexpensive. Anyone else have/seen one like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick McC. View Post
    I have a Norinco SKS that I bought new back in the early ‘90’s. It has a brick-red fiberglass stock, and came with a triangular bayonet, and a green canvas looking strap with leather ends.

    It was ridiculously inexpensive. Anyone else have/seen one like that?
    They came with both the spike and flat bayo's. Mine's from the early 80's [all original ], by the mid 90's, the chinese were changing parts out for the American market so spikes/flats and other variations in gas systems were being used. They mostly came with the sks sling [ that strap you mentioned ] as you describe, they hold well. Almost reminded me of the canvas slings the M14's came with in boot but different attachments
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    Quote Originally Posted by brownie View Post
    Not sure on the quality of those either, but clips aren't that hard to find if one looks around some. I'd not use anything but oem on those anyway.
    Same. All of mine are either Russian or Yugo.
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    I got lucky mine came from factory with one AK mag, so I went to Orl. gun show and solved that mag shortage problem, but thanks to Clinton they stole my bayonet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brownie View Post
    They came with both the spike and flat bayo's. Mine's from the early 80's [all original ], by the mid 90's, the chinese were changing parts out for the American market so spikes/flats and other variations in gas systems were being used. They mostly came with the sks sling [ that strap you mentioned ] as you describe, they hold well. Almost reminded me of the canvas slings the M14's came with in boot but different attachments
    Thanks, Brownie.

    What about the fiberglass stock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick McC. View Post
    Thanks, Brownie.

    What about the fiberglass stock?
    AFAIK, that was never oem, someone likely put it one there aftermarket.
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    Lets see how many have their thinking caps on today,

    4th picture in the OP showing the rear ladder. It's set on what distance?

    2nd question, you see two line and what looks like a D, what's that for?
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