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    Anybody ever did one? What did you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotbart View Post
    Anybody ever did one? What did you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotbart View Post
    Anybody ever did one? What did you think?
    Ummm.... Done what?
    some people just need a high five.. in the face.... with a chair......

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    I've shot a Chinese SKS a few times (my father in law owned one). Nice rifle. Not as nice as the Russian one, but still pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WILEY View Post
    I have a russian SKS 1954 model.
    Nice!
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    I picked up a 1959 Chinese sks last night. Looking forward to taking to the range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rotbart View Post
    Anybody ever did one? What did you think?
    Supposed to be " fire one". Damn autocorrect.
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    I have one I bought back in 1991. I paid $100 for it back then. It's a great rifle. My daughter took her first deer with it this year. We shoot it with iron sites and it's dead nuts at 100 yards. We've never really tried any farther than that. Mine is the Chinese version. It's easy to tear down and put back together, I don't know what else you could ask for is in a rifle.
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    For the record, my sks took down a buck last Sunday. The bullet went through the shoulder, expanded to the size of a quarter, went through the rib cage and made half of the heard explode. It was a 60 yard shot.

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    1984 Honda Ascot 500 rode for 3 months
    2001 Honda Shadow 750 7 years and 60,000 miles
    2007 Suzuki M109R 18 months and 17,000 miles
    2008 Kawasaki Concours 6 years and 70,000 miles
    2008 Yamaha Raider purchased March 10,2015

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    Nice shoostin! Anyone that hunts and needs a deer processed let me know. I work for beer because I enjoy doing it since I'm not at the meat market anymore. I like teaching people how to do its since its really easy.

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