WTS OR Keeping it

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  1. christian

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    Can't let it go!
     
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  2. Kreg

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    Is that a Chinese stock on there? Do you have the original? Is it all numbers matching by chance?
     
  3. Joe13

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    Kreg, what are you doing looking at sks's :p, aren't you selling a few nice ones?:D
     
  4. Kreg

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    Cant help it. Great guns. Got to like the Russians too. How you like the shorty?
     
  5. christian

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    No that's not a "Chinese laminated stock". However it's a matching number to the rest of the riffle laminated stock. Some early Tula's actually came this way. Being that about 95% of imported SKS's are arsenal refurbished it's most likely to be the case with this one and the original (artic) birch hardwood one is somewhere in Russia. Who knows it could be part of the other 5% but I make no claims that this is.
    Please direct any questions / comments about this riffle via "conversation" unless it's "I'll take it"......thanks
     
  6. Kreg

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    No problem. Thanks
     
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    Sorry. Figured it was free bumps. Mods can delete my posts.
     
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