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Costa Mesa, CA Gun Show – August 20 – 21

Friday, August 19th, 2016

Our SKS Bullpup Stock Kit is being sold this weekend, August 20 – 21, at the Crossroads of the West Gun Show in Costa Mesa, CA at the Orange County Fair Grounds.  Look for Guns Ammo & Accessories and ask for Mark.

Aaron K. 7-31-16 ND

Sunday, July 31st, 2016

Aaron K. 7-31-16 ND (1) Aaron K. 7-31-16 ND (2) Aaron K. 7-31-16 ND (3) Aaron K. 7-31-16 ND (4) Aaron K. 7-31-16 ND (5)

Jason C. 7-16-16 NJ

Saturday, July 16th, 2016

Jason C. 7-16-16 NJ

Ken M. 6-17-16 CA

Friday, June 17th, 2016
Thanks to my brother-in-law for the Shernic Gun Works stock which changed my safe queen into something very useable.  My SKS had been in the back of the closet for years and it was mentioned once in conversation.  Two weeks later he brought over his SGW stock that he had not completed and we put it together.  The transformation is something that is now a real treat to shoot.  Though a little heavier than my AR’s, it’s so well balanced that when it’s shouldered it actually feels lighter.  The weight seems to absorbed what little recoil the 7.62×39 round imparts.  This configuration makes holding target a snap.  I’ve added a  tactical light and a red dot sight.  My hats off to the designers at SGW.  You’ve done it right.
Sincerely,
Ken M.GE DIGITAL CAMERA GE DIGITAL CAMERA
Redding CA

Gary S. 06-08-16 SC

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Attached are pictures of my answer to the need for a buttpad and check rest. Can be found on line as self adhesive 1/8th for the check rest and 1/4in for the buttpad. Works really well. For under $20.00 and some ingenuity and a cool upgrade. Thx for your ingenuity in developing this stock. GWS

Gary S. 06-08-16 SC (1) Gary S. 06-08-16 SC (2)

Gary S. 03-30-16 SC

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

I love it! I used a Chinese field model and cut the barrel down to 16.3 inches ,added an sks muzzle break(mig welded), cut grip tape for the pistol grip and trigger, added the p-rail sights from an old m4 , a green dot laser,an inexpensive forward grip, sks sling as seen in my photos. Tapco 20 rd mags seem to be made for this bull pup. Guick change like they are greased , I couldn’t be more pleased. Gas tube functions perfect. No feed problems. Thank you SG works. Great product.

Gary S. 03-30-16 SC (1) Gary S. 03-30-16 SC (2)

Josh S. 03-12-16 OR

Saturday, March 12th, 2016

Can’t wait to test it out. Turned out pretty nice. I had to hack up a 30 rnd mag pro to fit so will be picking up a couple 20’s today. Thanks for your product it is a great design.  You can use the attached images if you want.
Best regards,
Josh

Josh S. 03-12-16 OR (1) Josh S. 03-12-16 OR (2) Josh S. 03-12-16 OR (3)

Andy B. 02-28-16 FL

Sunday, February 28th, 2016

I bought a previously “customized” SKS in 1992.  It was fun shoot and bad news for a multitude of feral hogs over the years. But it was always really unbalanced and front heavy.  It became more like work to have to fight with a long, heavy gun while dragging a dead hog out a swamp.  It’s been sitting in the back of my gun safe for about ten years – until I found you!  I thought you might like to see the transformation.  I just finished it yesterday and haven’t got to go to the range yet but it is now 16 inches shorter, two pounds lighter and just feels way more balanced.  Thanks for making my SKS fun to shoot again!!!

Andy B.Andy B. 2-28-16 FL (1)Andy B. 2-28-16 FL (2)Andy B. 2-28-16 FL (3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John S. 02-04-16 AZ

Thursday, February 4th, 2016

Good Morning,

I installed one of your kits on an SKS that I have had sitting in the back of my gun safe for 15 plus years. I am very happy with it, and now the SKS is back in service. It is such fun to shoot. I will attach a picture of the finished piece. I had one difficulty, the spent brass would not clear the ejection port consistently. I removed some material from the cover and it works perfectly.

Picture attached Thank You, John

John S. 02-04-16 AZ (1)
SGW RESPONSE

Hello,

Very nice build. Between 1 and 2% of our customers have the issue with the spent brass having a difficult time clearing the ejection port. We have come to find out the issue is directly related to a higher than usual ejection angle, typically around 12:00-12:30. Our solution has been to slightly steepen the rear wall of the ejection port.

We would like to see what you did with the door in order to alleviate the problem. The bottom 60% of the pic you sent is completely covered in white. Could you resend a pic showing the door? It would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Shernic Gun Works

JOHN S. RESPONSE

Good Afternoon, Attached are the pictures of the modification I made to the loading door(flap). I noted where the spent brass was hitting the underside of the door and cut back only enough to allow the brass to clear. I angled the long cut to assist the brass to clear. Thanks, John

John S. 02-04-16 AZ (2)John S. 02-04-16 AZ (3)

Terry M. 01-17-16 TX

Sunday, January 17th, 2016
Greetings,
I just wanted to let you know that the latest gas tube sent appears to be a success! A little bit of fitting with a hand file was required but now I have gas tube that appears to be a correct fit. A trip to the range will confirm this.
I just wanted to thank you for the extra effort you put into helping me get a gas tube that would work. I can’t remember the last time I’ve done done business with a company that was willing to make this kind of added effort to satisfy a customer’s need ( especially, for something as minor as a $30something gas tube )
Your added efforts were definitely noticed and appreciated!
Thank You,
Terry M.