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Identification of SKS-D's and SKS-M's

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Commander_Tibbins:
That seems odd. Mine didn't come with an original magazine, but it resembles the SKS-D. If I post pics of mine today is there a possibility it could be ID'd???? It would rock if my sks could use AK clips, if they are reliable that is. I have the stripper clip guide, bayo lug, spike bayonet, normal stock, etc., but still not sure, I'll get home and get the pic on tonight.

jmikesteen:
Here is my keeper number 2 and and my keeper number 1


and two shots of a different number 1 that I just sold.


jmikesteen:
Here are three shots of the very first conversion by Midwest Ordnance (needs a new catagory) this is the one that the Chinese came over and looked at then went back and made the 84's and then the D's. It was sold in the ATI folder stock with a filler in the mag well.





Here are two shots of the MC5D as well ( number 5 )



James Lykowski:
This is my meager contribution of an SKS_D sporter,Click on bottom
  Grouping:
                www.helsinkiarms.com

Lafayettegregory:

--- Quote from: James Lykowski ---This is my meager contribution of an SKS_D sporter,Click on bottom
  Grouping:
                www.helsinkiarms.com
--- End quote ---

 What you are calling a D is a M in a montecarlo stock.

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