Medmann48: Ok, I mounted my scope & the NCStar Tri-Mount really makes the scope mounted HIGH & I am about 10" higher & 8" to the right of the laser dot from the bore sighter. I have maxed out the windage & elevation adjustments & am still too high. Is there anyway to manually adjust the NCstar mount so it points the tip of the scope down a little bit? Are there any manual adjustments possible with the scope mount?
milwaukeegregg: Brass Stacker!!
murray andru: FYI the UGT # T642 is a much better receiver than this one bar none.....
Camry Snyder: For some reason I can't find one of these mounts on the web.
FuYing Bro: if you are going to go through all that i would just put the choate type mount on. i say choate type because i saw a new mount for the sks a couple days ago made by promag. you can find it at (midwayusa . come) anyhow it doesnt have the stupid block in the middle like the choate version does. i am thinking of ordering that one to replace my choate mount because i just cant get the scope in the right spot with the stupid space in the middle.
FuYing Bro: (amazon, midwayusa and sksstocks . com) are great places to get parts and ideas. (Sksboards . com) is an awesome forum for talking with other sks people. sorry i didnt see your message until now because it was marked as spam.
FuYing Bro: :P
Sks Yugo: :)
Oceandeep379: Hey I would really like to talk to u I just recently got a Russian sks and I don't no a whole lot about it.what is then best ways to upgrade for the money.it is already in a monti Carlo stock.and I would like to change the skope and stock a bunch of stuff
FuYing Bro: lol. the serial on the receiver is unchanged so i am sure they will be fine and it is 922r complaint.
Croaking Toad: When you replace a part ... especially that part on an SKS that has the serial number on it ... your pissing all over the ATFs Post Tosties. Not something one wants to post on youtube. :)
MrAlbucrazy505: Bolt carrier cover. Not receiver cover. It's funny that no gun owners on YouTube actually know what a receiver is.
FuYing Bro: sorry i didnt see your message before. yes you just have to make sure you get the right mounts and have it tight although you can do what i did and get a permanent one. i will do video on that one soon.
vancouverbc69: They are so you can drill into your receiver and screw them in, then tighten them with the nut, guaranteeing you zero each time you take it off and put it back on
realtor2003: Nice vid. I bought the very same mount and shell deflector a few months back for my Norinco Chinese model 56. The problem I am having is getting a flush fit due to two small bolt heads towards the rear of receiver. My local gun smith didn't want to deal with it because he says aftermarket scope mounts for sks never stay true(zeroed). Your video proves otherwise. I just need to get a snug fit with NO play, like yours. If you OR any viewers have any insight to my model and mounting problem, I'd g
adrianjr84: Or a brass catcher..
adrianjr84: Those nuts that you tightened on the side are not to make it tighter. I did the same thing and it scratches the receiver..those are for a shell deflector.
MrKZizzle: Nice SKS dude!! Where did you get your stock??
FuYing Bro: sounds awesome. let me know how it turns out.
glennwih: Yeah, I haven't shot any of my guns for 1 year. I got ammo, just no time. I want to start at 25 yards and then 50 and so forth to figure out a zero point of 2" MOA at X-distance. That way if WROL happens, I know the exact impact under say 75 yards will be within 2" or higher of my aim point. SKSs are not 100 yard MOA guns but cna be tuned to 3". I forget the guy's name but he does a great trigger job in 2 weeks for $60.00 (Karvoski??)