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Well Six while my experience with the scoped SKS's isn't huge (I've only had 3 that were scoped out of 7 total). The one I like to use the most is one of my Russians that is scoped. So far it's stayed pretty much on zero - but then again I've yet to really tear it down and put it back together much which I understand to be the true test.
 

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i gave up on scoping mine some time back. it was great until you tore it apart. after rezeroing everytime i would shoot it for a few years i just yanked the part off and went back to irons.
 

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scoping...........

I pretty much doubt based on my experience that a good scope set up is possible on an SKS.

Solid might be attained but the line of sight is way too high for me.

I'm going to try Lyman's receiver sight and see how that works; it appears good from inspection prior to mounting.
 

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Re: scoping...........

Kivaari said:
I pretty much doubt based on my experience that a good scope set up is possible on an SKS.

Solid might be attained but the line of sight is way too high for me.
One possibility to fix the "high scope" problem is a removeable cheek-piece. There are several strap-on or bolt-on models that could work. Rooster33 makes a good one.
 

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The DC Engineeering Mount (about $90) will do the job without drilling ot tapping.

I have had one on mine for about 2 years. It holds zero fine, it's a little pricey, but I have a cheap Leapers 6x compact scope on it.

In fact, I took it as my spare hunting rifle and after being in a case for 6 months the scope was maybe 4 inches off, but then it was perfect.

DC Engineeering is the way to go.
 
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