willyjizz: @BluezBro604 Big screwdriver and patience. The factory would "stake" the
screw so it would not fall out with use. Pull the screw out and the bayonet
will come off the bayonet lug.
willyjizz: Could be. They are stubborn. My russian is kinda easy but my Norinco is a
pain in the butt. There have been times I put it on the floor (carpet)
upsided down and do a push up on the dange trigger mech to get it to lock
in. Make sure it is all properly aligned though. That is most important. I
would strongly advice against hammering.
willyjizz: Yes it is.
Brandon White: I installed mine today, and I had to shave down the four little tabs on
each side that hold the hand guard above the rest of the stock.
willyjizz: I picked up a Tapco US made gas tube and that solved any problems. I kept
my original wood stock and gas tube in case I ever want to return it to the
megadeth22885: can you use AR-15 stocks and grips with this or any sort of interchangable
Evan Spencer: i cant seem to get this to work with an origianl (attatched) sks magazine
NeedWarForPeace: nevermind i got the little bastard....i had to pry the top assembly off
cause it was a reall tight fit and the pin you have to push through the
pistol grip is a bitch, it always was......i just need to clean some rust
building up under the covered area, and now i need help getting the freaking
stock handguard off!!!!
Nick Blake: how did you get u get ur chrome peices so shiny have they always been like
that r did u polish them some how and so it is possible to change my stock
mag to a tapco one with out taking my pistol grip off i put it together
befor i got my tapco mag in the mail
xXduckbuster69Xx: @BluezBro604 yeah i know how to remove the bayonet and its mount its called
a hack saw!!! lol
2121gcard: @DonteHarrell1 is the magazine it? bc if the magazines in and unloaded and
u crank the bolt back it should sit back i believe dont quote me though.
willyjizz: @rsa112 Did you replace the the original gas tube with a tapco tube? I put
the tapco gas tube on mine and had to file to fit. It is not a drop in
part. If you used the original gas tube and broke off the wood and put on
the plastic it could be the plastic parts butting against each other and
might need some filing. My stock is OD green. The desert stocks are coyote
brown. Not desert sand. Which is why they look so dark.
Jesus Saves: When converting to Tapco I would recomend leaving the wood handguard on and
just paint it. Switching them over is a MF. Or Tapco sells the gas tube
with the cover already installed for around 50 bucks.
Razor Ghost: Hey I got a problem with my SKS. I bought mine second had and did not
notice at the time, that the rear latch is gone. Can I replace it or some
GUNS4MIKE1234: @GhostofRazors cheaper then dirt has them for 6 bucks + s&h
NeedWarForPeace: hell you can just get em through cabellas or cheaper than dirt and you dont
willyjizz: The rifle in the video is a Chinese. I also have a Russian SKS and it
dropped in just fine. I did have to modify the gas tube cover to fit right.
I just used an emery cloth and a fine grit sand paper and sanded it by hand
to get it to fit snug, but not overly tight.
willyjizz: @megadeth22885 No. Sorry.
Kyle Reach: anyone have troubles getting the gas tube back in after installing stock?
rob deima: does anyone know how i might go about removing my bayonet from my sks? it
makes the weapon so front heavy and doesn't allow me to add a much needed
lukassfuck15: did any one know that at the bottom of the sks if u press the little circle
realy hard a thing will pop out and it has beral cleanig stuff i found that
out to day
rsa112: agh never mind i had to file these tabs on the bottom of the plastic gas
tube cover, there are for of them on each corner works nice now thank you
for the help
willyjizz: @GhostofRazors Yes you can. They are sold aftermarket or surplus. You just
have to hunt around for them online. Numrichs gun parts usually has them.
Ethan Middleton: k... its not just me then... i was just trying to remove my stock and in
alot of other videos, they just pop the pin like nothing... i was trying
with all my might and it wasnt budging..
the1chris2002: Hey i just bought a chinese sks and i want to buy a stock like that, where
do i buy it and what all do i need to buy?
PromethazineMurphy: Is this Russian or Chinese? I'm researching before I purchase.
eagerbeaver53: ok i just got one and for some reason the trigger mechanism doesnt want to
come of any body know or am i just a panzy
willyjizz: Tapco. As with most of the gun parts...
willyjizz: @GhostofRazors Yes you can. Numrichs gun parts has them.
rsa112: i replaced my original stock with a t6 and the lock down leaver will not
lock the gas tube in place it is impossible to get down, anyone else have
Razor Ghost: China. I got a replacement rear latch from CTD but I guess its from the
wrong country because it doesn't seem to belong. WTF did the last guy do?
willyjizz: Yes. Check numrichs gun parts. They usually have them. What country is
DonteHarrell1: my bolt wont stay back on my tapco sks now,bit it did when i had on ny ati
stock..help me any one
willyjizz: Email me and I will try to walk you through it. Willy_jizz@yahoo.con
rdk-nig rdk: neverdull awsome sh*t
dwoodsy1: If you put the spring in that came with the kit, no need to take everything
else off. Simply open the access panel on bottom of pistol grip and use a
punch on the back of trigger group and pull on trigger guard and ya got it!
willyjizz: @2121gcard No. The magazine is not in it. You are correct. If the magazine
is in the weapon and you charge it and there are no rounds in the mag, the
bolt will lock to the rear. You dont ever want to dissasemble a weapon that
is roostered open like that. Always make sure springs are not under tension
when you dissasemble or field strip a weapon. On my SKS I use the Tapco
aftermarket 20 round magazine. On an original sks you have a fixed
magazine. You can drop it to unload it though.
Timothy Miller: where did you get the the butt pad?
willyjizz: @rsa112 Its OD Green. Is it a tapco gas tube or the original one?
willyjizz: Really fine grit sandpaper and neverdull. Yes it is possible. You dont have
to take the pistol grip off with the TAPCO T6 stock. You just have to use a
tool to engage the trigger mechanism detent that is on the reciever.
willyjizz: silikroil or seafoam deep creep is really good for old rusted guns. try
that on on iron rifles. helps remove old cosmoline also.
NeedWarForPeace: im working on mine right now (the reason im watching this), and mines being
a little bitch! i also cant get my stock handguard off......
Vet: When I graduated High School, all I wanted to do was kick back and relax without having to do any homework. But I realized I have no money to do anything fun. So I went to a San Francisco Vet School to get trained to make money. But seeing your videos, I am gonna be an internet marketer on the side. Let me know if you have any tips. Thanks.