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Old March 27th, 2007, 08:05 PM #11
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I spent all of my fun money on the 7.62 NATO that just came into AIM. I'll have to pass on Georgia Arms this time
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Old March 27th, 2007, 10:35 PM #12
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If it had a detachable magazine it would be regulated similar to AK47's and AR-15's
But not if the bayonet were removed perhaps as lots of them have been to be California compliant.

Moot point anyway, since very few sks's are successfully modded to take detachable mags. And most surplus dealers are going to have originals still in cosmo.


Lots of detachable mag semiautos are "non regulated." The remington 742 comes to mind, as it has no scary looking pistol grip.
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But not if the bayonet were removed perhaps as lots of them have been to be California compliant.

Moot point anyway, since very few sks's are successfully modded to take detachable mags. And most surplus dealers are going to have originals still in cosmo.


Lots of detachable mag semiautos are "non regulated." The remington 742 comes to mind, as it has no scary looking pistol grip.

I'm not sure about the bayonet thing. I know the MD regulated "assault" rifle list specifically states "SKS with detachable magazine"

I modded mine to a 20 round fixed magazine. We'll find out how well that works on the 15th. But like you, I have also heard about lots of problems trying to get an SKS to accept a detachable mag.
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I got a pair of 20 round detachables for my SKS before learning about the true implications of 922(r). Fitted them once at home and they didn't feed worth anything with inert rounds. Came right off and I reverted the gun back to stock.

If anyone wants them, I'll bring them with me to the DelMarVa shoot. Otherwise, I may see about throwing them on the berm and use them for target practice.

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I got a pair of 20 round detachables for my SKS before learning about the true implications of 922(r). Fitted them once at home and they didn't feed worth anything with inert rounds. Came right off and I reverted the gun back to stock.

If anyone wants them, I'll bring them with me to the DelMarVa shoot. Otherwise, I may see about throwing them on the berm and use them for target practice.

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Nah, I don't need the ATF breathing down by back. I'm curious to see how many jams I get with my fixed mag
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ENJOY THE GUNSHOW, Please dont STEAL ALL THE MAGS that I NEED !

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Burke...just got back and I have ALL of the mags
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Lot of stuff at the show? Ive never been to this show before. Want to pick up some reloading supplies.
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Just got back from the show. There is a military surplus booth on the left had side as you walk in. They had new 30 round mags with the green followers for $10 each.
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That's a good deal.
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