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Old 08-17-2012, 1:15 PM
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Where is the best place to find accessories for the SVT-40, such as magazines, tool kits and bayonets?
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Where is the best place to find accessories for the SVT-40, such as magazines, tool kits and bayonets?
I don't know that it is the best place. But Sarco had at least slings and bayonets at reasonable prices last I looked.

www.sarcoinc.com
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I will assume you looked on here...Gun Broker? Ebay has one.
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Bayonets, ebay and empire arms
Slings, Numrich has some but ebay and sometimes liberty tree
tool kit probly ebay
gas adjustment tool. Black river gunsmithing
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Thanks guys, I appreciate it. Anything that I should beware of in regards to these rifles?
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+1 on the Black River tool, it's the only repro made, that is as good, or better than an original. There's some repros that will strip the gas adjust nut, the BR tool won't.
Two other "must have" tools to have in your range bag are a broken case extractor, and a rubber mallet.
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Especially the rubber mallet! LOL
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Thanks guys for the help! Will be ordering the Black River tool and a broken shell extractor this week. Any recommendations on ammo or what the gas nut should be set to?
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Any recommendations on ammo or what the gas nut should be set to?
Brass case surplus feeds and cycles better...but...usually separates more(why you get a broken case extractor).
They will cycle about anything, that's the plus of an adjustable gas system. On an unknown ammo, the safe bet is to set it at 1.1. If it doesn't extract, stand it on the butt and use your rubber mallet on the bolt handle, then turn it up to 1.2. Repeat until that ammo variety cycles without a problem.
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Thanks Trap, I appreciate it. Glad that I have finally added one of these to the collection.
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Cessnapilot, bring it up to Spenceville on the 29th, I'll bring my SVT-40 road kit. Tools, case extractor, spare bolt, and stainless gas piston/Cyl. And rubber mallet.
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Will try my best to! Need to see if I am going up to Rocklin that day.
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