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Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by .45greg, Jan 17, 2004.
here is a better pic of the buried sks.
i bet he's glad he didn't clog up the barrel.
You call that a tight group, man? You need to bear down.
And get that pistol out of your pants.
Well, you can only shoot so well with a gun that you clean by pouring gatoraid through it.
Hey you going to shoulder a rifle that you just poured a bunch of gatorade and dirt into it? I was kind expecting it to KaBOOM.
and my 1911 is in a holster, just a crappy photo.
Don't make me scan the target from my M1a @ 100yards!!!!
I just shot my first SKS yesterday. i am wondering if I should buy one. The accuracy was great at 50 yards, how is it further out? What do yall think about these guns? Are tehy a good buy?
Good bargain? Da.
Good accuracy? NYET.
Also, less power than the average .30-30 round, if you wanted to hunt with it.
The Mini-14 Ranch Rifle and the average SKS are about dead-even in the accuracy department-both group between six inches and six feet at 100 yards...
Loose tolerances have a way of opening groups a bit, and these two prove the rule.
I see. It took me a second to figure out what Da and nyet mean, but i caught on, its late at night, girlfriend just left, lets just leave it at that I am not all together just yet. ;3
Okay, but I am not looking for a precision rifle here. I shot this thing for fun, and as a close range plinking rifle that looks real cool, it seemed like a great gun. The one I fired look absolutely evil, it was so cool! 7.62X39, I have never owned a firearm in that caliber, thats why I really want to get one. Other than the SKS, are there any other semi auto guns in the market in that caliber that are high quality?
Ak and they do just about everything better than the sks.
(IMHO) The SKS is of BETTER quality than most AK weapons. Milled forgings, and bar stock, low recoil due to it being a little heavy, tighter tolerances, cheap ammo, inexpensive to buy ($79.00 to $179.00) and better accuracy than you have related, and good for 250 yards. And it shoot when it's real dirty.
It is a little slow to reload with 10 round strippers but who is facing down 30 commandos rushing thier front door?
That's easily remedied, just buy a couple of 30 round clips! or better yet, I saw a 100 round drum at a gun show this summer! Redneck likes!!!;f ;f ;f
i love those pics
I've used them deer hunting before.... have 6 kills between 50 and 100 yards. Others have taken hogs in the brush etc with them as well.
If that's what you want, hey go for it. They usually can be had for a great deal of a price and the ammo is cheap.
Forget AK... get yourself a Valmet!