The contents of this page are to inform you of what your options are, in order to insure your reconfigured SKS is compliant. However, SGWorks takes no responsibility for any changes you decide to make to your SKS.

The purpose of this page is to make you aware of what and how many regulated foreign parts your SKS contains as well as the different compliancy parts that are available on the market.

We are providing a link to a letter that was sent to us by the ATF after they consulted with their Firearms Technology Branch (FTB) in Martinsburg, WV. Their letter will enable you to make a decision on the route you want to take in order to ensure your reconfigured SKS is compliant with 18 U.S.C. Sec. 922(r) of the Gun Control Act of 1968.

Your goal, based on the above mentioned letter, is to reduce the number of regulated foreign parts to no more than (10).

Installing our bullpup stock kit forces you to remove (1) regulated foreign part (the stock) and makes it possible to remove an additional (5) regulated foreign parts. It is your decision which (3) or more of the (5) regulated foreign parts you want to remove, depending on your model of SKS and your state regulations.

Following is a list of U.S. made compliant parts, made specifically for the SKS that can easily be found by searching the net:
1) Gas piston (1 regulated part)
2) Upper hand guard (1 regulated part)
3) Magazines, SKS after market (2 regulated parts)
4) Trigger Link (not a compliant part, but allows you to remove the original trigger (1 regulated part) Presently, this part is made exclusively by SGWorks.