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The SKS remains popular and is also used by several African, Asian, and Middle Eastern armies, as well as guerrillas in Bosnia, Somalia and throughout Africa and Southeast Asia.One major reason that the design became so prolific is that during the Cold War the Soviet Union shared design and production details with its allies.

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This becomes even more important when you realize that the "safety" merely blocks the trigger lever and does not secure either the hammer or the sear.

Their safety and performance can be greatly improved with reduced pull, reduced creep, smoothness, repeatability, and clear 2 stage operation.

These are ALL from my personal observations and not from any books.

I will try to explain the dating system for the SKS rifle.

Among the countries that would eventually produce the SKS, China began SKS production with Soviet assistance in 1956, Romania in 1957, Yugoslavia in 1961 and North Korea in 1963.

(Note this is NOT a comprehensive list of countries to manufacture the SKS) Although the first Yugoslavian-made SKS was produced in 1961, full production only began in 1964 at the Preduzece 44 plant, also known as the Zavod Crevena Zastava or Red Banner Works.

My goal is to improve the safety of as many of the SKS carbines out there as possible for my shooting friends, increase their enjoyment of the rifle, and improve the militia's marksmanship!

It is my opinion that the SKS is much more accurate than generally credited, and that trigger function, bedding/stock fitment, and proper use of a sling ( USGI web sling adapted for loop) are the three most important things a serious rifleman can do to improve the "shootablility" of Simonov's weapon.

With the breech clear, cycle the bolt to cock the hammer, remove the rear cover, remove the recoil spring, and squeeze the trigger to observe the hammer's movement PRIOR to let off as the hammer slides on the surface of the sear: 1) if the hammer moves forward, then the hammer/sear is said to have negative engagement.

2) if the hammer remains motionless, then the hammer/sear is said to have neutral engagement.

3) if the hammer moves rearward, then the hammer/sear is said to have positive engagement.

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