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Old 01-11-2019, 06:22 PM   #1
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Default SKS Phenolic Stocks

https://www.e-sarcoinc.com/sks-pheno...th-forend.aspx
SKS stocks phenolic = Bakelite for the uninformed from Sarco for your pleasure.

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Old 01-12-2019, 01:34 AM   #2
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SKS stocks phenolic = Bakelite for the uninformed from Sarco for your pleasure.
Reminds me of the Norino Fiberglass Stocks.
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Not Bakelite: fiberglass with phenolic resin. They are not the same thing.
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Pricey as well. Probably $90 shipped.
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Not Bakelite: fiberglass with phenolic resin. They are not the same thing.
I stand corrected. Thanks.
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There are a few versions. One type that is more brown in color is quite thin and not particularly rigid or well made.
The more reddish orange type has a thicker gel coat and is vert sturdy.
And the phenolic stocks came as blade or spike inletted.
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This would be something cool if you find an SKS in an archangel stock or something for a good price, buy it and swap it for one of those.
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I have two different ones. One is a blade cut that appears to have been made in halves and then epoxied together. I was told it was the earlier design. The other is a spike cut that looks like it is a one piece. Both have different rear sling swivels. Very cool stocks.
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This would be something cool if you find an SKS in an archangel stock or something for a good price, buy it and swap it for one of those.
This is why I'm looking at these. Maybe a local one in a nylon stock for a good price, but, these stocks look like the brown ones, not the orange that we've seen in the past.

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The more reddish orange type has a thicker gel coat and is vert sturdy.
And the phenolic stocks came as blade or spike inletted.
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