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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by stevetford, Jul 7, 2007.
Here you go.http://www.murraysguns.com/sksown.htm
Thanks, Tom. I bought the stock from Midway USA back around 1995, when they had a good price on them. I believe the stock is made by Rhinehart Fajen of Warsaw, Mo. It was a "Drop-in" stock that required very little had fitting. I replaced the issued 10 shot Magazine with a non-detachable 5-shot one and removed the hardware. After this my SKS seemed to shoot more accurate. I've never taken it hunting but rather just shot targets with it. A very interesting rifle and FUN to shoot!!
don't know what they power difference is between winch. and wolf, but wolf uses the berdan primers which are really corrosive.
Also, I don't like the steel casings that wolf uses sometimes.
I had one case rupture on me while trying them in my Ruger M-77 bolt action rifle! But no harm done. YEP, Wolf ammo is slightly corrosive too!!
Berdan primed does not automatically mean corrosive:
I usually use Silver Bear in my Cowboy Companion but I did run a few hundred rounds of some white box Russian stuff I picked up a long time ago at an area gun store. Both were Berdan primed. I know the Silver Bear isn't corrosive and I'm pretty sure the other stuff wasn't.
Hmm, I've bought and shot a lot of Wolf pistol ammo, never noticed any corrosion issues. Stinky and dirty powder, but no corrosion.
Thanks Steve, kinda expensive ain't they? Tom.
You might want to avoid using the ammo made in China as I am certain they are corrosive.