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    Senior Member Call-sign_ENIGMA's Avatar
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    Anyone in Winnipeg want to make $20?

    Need help getting my trigger assembly back into my SKS. I can't seem to do it myself, might need help doing so. Will pay you for your help. I'm in the West End/St. James area. PM for more details.

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    The common answer/question when someone is having trouble with sks parts is:

    Have you tried a hammer yet? Sometimes it just needs a good whack.
    "Canadians expend about half a billion rounds of ammunition per year (ammunition import statistics). If guns are the cause of homicide, we're missing 99.9999992% of the time." from Range Bob

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    Save 20$. Place it on a bench and push down.
    When the rich wage war, It's the poor who die.

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    This guy developed a special tool to work on SKS rifles, here he is testing it on a Pontiac:


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    Hammer and block of wood solves most SKS related problems.
    If I wasn't having truck problems I would have swung by for free, was supposed to be working in Unicity today.

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    On the SKS I have after first putting it back together after first cleaning the cosmoline the trigger assembly was really hard. I kept thinking something was wrong. I really had to whack it to get it to snap in.
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    I used a hammer, no block of wood, on mine. Didn't even leave a mark.

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    Make sure magazine is firmly in place, everything else is snug against the stock. Safety on!

    Flip rifle upside down on a table & press with all your weight.

    Don't bother about these guys using a hammer.

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    isnt this the same reason petamocto still hates the sks?
    Last edited by Steveo9mm; 04-06-2019 at 01:59 PM.
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    I think it's a problem with the button that holds it in place. I'm gonna try hitting it with some WD40 tonight.

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