I've read that the only reason for the firing pin being shit is from people not cleaning them and they get stuck. If they are cleaned and properly lubricated with a low friction lubrication then this solves the issue. I've read some bad shit about murray's firing pin.Before you do anything, install a Murray's Firing Pin.
After that, tacticool is dumb Personally I'm a fan of a gorgeous wood stock on them, but anyway.
- They make a rear cover with a scope mount
- They make high-cap removable mags for them (or you can have it modified it to accept AK mags)
- They make every kind of stock imaginable. They even make bullpup setups for it.
All of this is shit though unless you remove the danger of the firing pin sticking and accidently making a full auto weapon. It's the only real weak point of the gun (well, outside of it being cheaply made and everything that goes with that)
Hmm, haven't shot it yet but plan on shooting it tomorrow...Mario, I've had silly amounts of fun with shotguns before, if you don't have one of those.
Frankly, the one time I did shoot an SKS, I was grateful for the wood stock. If that gun didn't have a bit of heft to it, I'm sure we all would have been a bit more sore the next day...