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SCOOTERVB
02-27-2007, 9:28 AM
hey everyone i was looking to get some input on how to remove an SKS bayonet. by the looks of it the bayonet lug has two small tack welds to the screw?!? i dont care about cutting anything off including the whole lug itslef. i need to make room for my Dragunov stock. wich doesnt have the stock cut away to acsept the bayonet in the folded down possision

http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/6236/dragounovskstm9.jpg (http://imageshack.us)
http://img128.imageshack.us/img128/1893/yogoslavinasksjx1.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

can anyone refer me to any website that might have information on this subject that would be greatly appriciated.

Tweak338
02-27-2007, 9:34 AM
why not just leave your bayo open all the time? or modify the stock to accommodate the bayonet

Wildhawk66
02-27-2007, 9:44 AM
I just removed the bayonet from my Yugo this weekend. I didn't have anything that looked like a tack weld on mine, but I did have to use one of the those hammer hit impact drivers to get the screw loose. Worked great and didn't damage the screw.

sjpd
02-27-2007, 9:47 AM
Thats weird, I didn't have tack welds on my sks'...I just unscrewd the bayonets and put the actions in the new stocks.

JPglee1
02-27-2007, 9:50 AM
I just removed the bayonet from my Yugo this weekend. I didn't have anything that looked like a tack weld on mine, but I did have to use one of the those hammer hit impact drivers to get the screw loose. Worked great and didn't damage the screw.

+1...used an impact driver and she popped right out


J

Wildhawk66
02-27-2007, 10:12 AM
Scootervb, on a side note, are you installing that stock based on the January 1st info that indicates Yugo's should be considered off-list rifles?

alpha_romeo_XV
02-27-2007, 10:59 AM
ScooterVB be careful saying Yugo 59/66 = SKS, that may upsetssome people (with detachable mags) and try a search on 922(r) threads. What part of so. cal. are you in? If your original wood stock is in nice shape, I'll remove your bayonet and trade you my ATI dragunov for it. I too thought it looked kind of cool, but now I've found my Yugo is never going to be a "sniper" rifle. That dragunov stock is really set up for a scope and bipod or bench shooting. Don't get me wrong, I like my Yugo , it shoots Wolf ammo all day without a jam, I just don't plan on hitting much reliably past 200 yrds. U need short scope to allow ammo in, and shell casings out. I want to go back to a wood stock and put on TechSight TS2000 rear peep sight for more of a off-hand carbine than a bench gun.

6mmAI
02-27-2007, 3:31 PM
ScooterVB be careful saying Yugo 59/66 = SKS, that may upsetssome people (with detachable mags) and try a search on 922(r) threads. What part of so. cal. are you in? If your original wood stock is in nice shape, I'll remove your bayonet and trade you my ATI dragunov for it. I too thought it looked kind of cool, but now I've found my Yugo is never going to be a "sniper" rifle. That dragunov stock is really set up for a scope and bipod or bench shooting. Don't get me wrong, I like my Yugo , it shoots Wolf ammo all day without a jam, I just don't plan on hitting much reliably past 200 yrds. U need short scope to allow ammo in, and shell casings out. I want to go back to a wood stock and put on TechSight TS2000 rear peep sight for more of a off-hand carbine than a bench gun.


I agree. Call it by the name its parents gave it ....59/66

These are the same great folks that brought the world the Yugo Automobile
(Zastava Yugo)