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    Quote Originally Posted by nelsonm64 View Post
    you don't like the rifle, just the spatula's?
    If you think hunting is difficult, wait until you kill something . . .

    Spatulae to flip the burgers are just as important as the gun to kill the burgers, knife to skin the burgers, freezer to store the burgers, wife to make the burgers, teeth to chew the burgers . . .

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    tagged for interest .
    " Better To Fight For Something , Than Live For Nothing " ; " When In Doubt....ATTACK ".......Gen. George S. Patton Jr.

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    You got that right. The SKS has the worst sights I've ever encountered for visibility. I actually came across this post because I'm researching alternatives like a peep sight (not the one that mounts on the very back.)

    Quote Originally Posted by kennymo View Post
    It is nice for hunting, those irons disappear pretty easily once dusk starts setting in.
    "Missed it by that much."

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    Did mine with a Choate mount and modded ejection port. Also found a scope with that sweet PSO-1 reticle and made myself a little Dragunov clone. It's no more accurate but way more fun.

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    I like guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YVRguy View Post
    You got that right. The SKS has the worst sights I've ever encountered for visibility. I actually came across this post because I'm researching alternatives like a peep sight (not the one that mounts on the very back.)
    Did you come across this?

    https://www.canadaammo.com/product/d...ar-peep-sight/

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelsonm64 View Post
    I started with a dust cover mount and, it was NOT solid enough! so I went with a Magwedge rail for my Bug Buster 3-9x

    Just about to buy a Magwedge rail and a red dot for the girlfriend, says she doesnt shoot very much because she has to use the iron sights, we'll see.

    How do you like the rail?

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    I put a wartac on mine with a Bushnell red dot. Way better for more mature eyes. Don't care about not being able to use 5 rd stripper clips anymore. Isn't really used for tactical practice, just having fun.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DasMauser View Post
    Just about to buy a Magwedge rail and a red dot for the girlfriend, says she doesnt shoot very much because she has to use the iron sights, we'll see.

    How do you like the rail?
    sorry it took so long to reply, didn't get notified... yes, i love the rail! solid as can be. modded my ejection port so the spentvrounds don't hit it. it's been great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelsonm64 View Post
    sorry it took so long to reply, didn't get notified... yes, i love the rail! solid as can be. modded my ejection port so the spentvrounds don't hit it. it's been great.
    What modifications are needed for the port?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelsonm64 View Post
    sorry it took so long to reply, didn't get notified... yes, i love the rail! solid as can be. modded my ejection port so the spentvrounds don't hit it. it's been great.
    No problem, I went ahead and picked one up anyways. Lol. You're right, they are pretty awesome! Had one stovepipe in about 500 rounds.

    I've seen that mod, but im hesitant to grind away a chunk of the receiver.

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