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Broken Yugo

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Silent-Snail, Mar 22, 2005.

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  1. Silent-Snail

    Silent-Snail Member

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    Where can i get a replacement safety for my Yugo SKS?
     
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    Ignore this stupid post, an M48 is obviously not the same as an SKS.
     
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  4. standingbear

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    is the yugo sks trigger group interchangable with other countries of origin?
     
  5. RGO

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    I believe the trigger groups are identical.

    Tapco may be another source for replacement parts.
     
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    What's broken about your safety?

    If it hangs limply, then it's a broken safety spring, not a broken safety.
     
  8. Rexrider

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    The safety lever itself probably broke off. Not uncommon among SKSs

    Follow this link for parts. Part vendors by make of rifle
     
  9. Silent-Snail

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    Yes it was the lever that went kaput. Not a sign that I could see prior to the snap, I try to engage it after a day of plinking and suddenly I have half of a lever.



    (Edited for spelling)
     
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