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Tapco SKS T6 Collapsible Stock STK66166B

Tapco SKS T6 Collapsible Stock STK66166B
Hinterland Item Number: 18264

Manufacturer Number: STK66166B

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Our Price: $62.34
Condition: New In Box

Availability: In Stock


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Product Description

Tapco AK T6 Collapsible Stocks and Folding Stocks are designed to enhance the ergonomics of the most widely produced firearm in the world. The Tapco stock fits the weapon to the operator regardless of body type or individual equipment.

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Product Specifications

Type : Collapsible Stock
Firearm Type : Rifle
Firearm Model : SKS
Material : Composite
Finish : Black
Features : Collapsible

Product Reviews

Average Rating: (1 Reviews)

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Submitted By: Matthew H. On 09/19/2010

I'm not too impressed with this at all. First the good. The adjustable length of pull works well. The grip is adequate. It's lightweight. Now the bad. For some reason I can not get my Norinco paratrooper SKS to cycle rounds while in the tapco stock. This happens with both the stock 10 round magazine as well as the 20 round tapco removable magazine. The rounds are diving and hitting below the bore, and failing to feed that way. I tried filing the magazine *the tapco one at least* and just couldn't get it to set up any higher than it was. So I think it had to do with how the stock seated everything. The trouble is I don't know what to file down in the stock that is causing it. Anyways, I don't mind mucking around with filing stuff down, that comes with the territory on synthetic stocks, but this one is a bit excessive. Also the rail on the gas tube cover isn't at all stable, then again neither was the original on my sks. I'm figuring out ways to resolve that, I think that's more of a general SKS problem though, not the stock's fault.

Rating: [2 of 5 Stars]
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