Archive for the ‘SKS and Other PICS’ category

SKS Pics

April 8, 2010

Hi, my name is Mike,Im from Alamogordo New Mexico.here is some pics of my sks.Its a modified yugo,I modified the bolt so you don’t have to hold the bolt back to install clip.It accepts ak mags now and I removed the launcher,cut and re-crowned the barrel.removed the folding blade bayonet and made a bayonet lug(AR style) it now has a detachable bayonet.



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A Few Of My Handguns

January 26, 2008

               I wanted to put up a few pics of some handguns, so I grabbed these out of the gun cabinet and snapped a pic of them. The first is a Chinese Tokarev in 7.62×25 caliber. It’s a potent little round with about the same ballistics as the 357 magnum. What’s cool is it creates a huge fireball when fired. It snaps in your hands quite a bit when firing too. 

               The next is a brushed chrome Tokarev in 9mm. I had to take it to a gunsmith to get it chromed. I don’t believe any were imported that way. Very fun to shoot.

                And the last, but not least is the Russian Makarov. It shoots the 9×18 cartridge, which is in between the .380 and 9mm. It has some aftermarket grips on it and feels very good in the hands when shooting.          

My Chinese Sks

January 13, 2008

chinese1.jpgI was a little apprehensive in posting this picture. I don’t have my Chinese sks with the right sling I want, and my refinish on the stock is so-so. But anyway it has the correctly mounted scope. It is drilled and tapped into the receiver and the mount comes up and over the receiver cover. You can still use your iron sites if need be. It’s a 4×28 Redstar Chinese scope, and has kept zero so far. My first hunting trip for wild pigs down here in Florida was with this set-up and I was using 139gr Russian hollow-point ammo to take my first one. It was about 60 to 70 ydrs out. I don’t have any pictures of that one.

Laminated m44

January 8, 2008

Laminated m-44    I just had to post again, so I took a pic of my latest m44. This was stamped 1944 and has a laminated stock. Notice I added the red dot scout type scope. I like the configuration, and I’m anxious to take it to the range. When that happens , I will post a range report.

Sporter pics

January 1, 2008

This is my norinco sporter with detachable magazine

Russian Beauties

December 31, 2007

russian sksHere is a pic of my russian beauties. The picture doesn’t do them justice. I need to take some better ones and post later. They are both 50’s vintage with laminated stocks.

Pics are coming soon

December 31, 2007

I  am in the process of  building this blog, so bare with me while I get some pics up here. I also wanna put some links up, that I feel would be informative, and also fun.