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· Tradehawker LLC / www.tradehawker.com / Jn 17:17
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I own a true type "84" and an SKS-D postban. The type "84"is really something... a completely different animal than the exported SKS-D's. The type "84" was a true military issue weapon and has a bolt lock on top of the bolt to hold it open when changing magazines. It also has a milled reciever and a screwed-in barrel where my SKS-D has a pinned-barrel and a stamped reciever.


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· Tradehawker LLC / www.tradehawker.com / Jn 17:17
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Rave, I'm no expert on this by any means but I've been around a lot of SKS owners. Make sure the SKS-D you are looking at is Sec.922r compliant. This ATF ruling came around 1991 and has a list of guidelines in it's main body concerning folding stocks. I had a Chinese military SKS with a folding stock on it that was a very early ('87) import. I took the folding stock off because I had no documentation to prove when the folding stock was bought or installed.


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