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  1. Semi-auto Tavor Coming 2012 Two versions coming of the Israel TAR-21. One with a Metro 21 sight. It's just 1/8 of an inch over the OAL rifle lenght required by law. Most of the rifle is made in the USA.
  2. Hello, everyone. I just wanted to use this as an introduction and to show off my "girls". First pic is a Yugo which I acquired from my son, a National Guardsman, who also introduced me to rifle shooting about four years ago. He just was not impressed with the accuracy, even though he was hitting a 4" round steel disc at 100 yards 7 out of 10. It came from a pawn shop, and did not include a magazine. We would hand feed one cartridge at a time. I grew to love the whole SKS experience, though. Therefore, I had to find one of my own, shown in pic 2. It is a Norinco DP serial number, and has been my test bed for modifications, like a new receiver cover (not shown) and a leftie friendly bolt carrier. Both rifles have been modded to enable drop-free mag changes. Both rifles had composite stocks and the Norinco had a small scope, but was all over the paper, since the scope was mounted on the receiver cover. The Yugo stock is made of African mahogany and the Norinco stock is walnut. They were modeled after the Thompson .45 SMG which has come back into into vogue at gun shows. I have always loved the shape of the Tommie. I hope those here who enjoy the SKS rifles will enjoy looking at them as much as I have enjoyed building them. They are both quite accurate and tons of fun to shoot. KTF