I found your post Bingo, thank you very much. I saw the two pictures you posted and the reference you made to the third type of stock. It appears I have the third type for the spike bayonet with the sling attachment on the bottom of the stock. Thank you for your help.There are 3 different variations of the SKS red plastic jungle stocks.
There was a thread on this subject last fall I had posted with pics.
Do a search on my name for posts it might still come up.
SKSMAN Has them for the blade bayonet.i too have the third issue red fiber stock, what era or year sks can i put in the stock to be correct? i have a 1962 sks with a wood stock but it has a blade bayonet and i don,t want to change the bayonet to a spike. thanks eastbank.
GREAT! Do you have pictures to post? I would love to start a thread or sticky with just these type of stocks. There seems to be a shortage of them for others to view. Thank you.I have an orginal one with red plastic stock that i purchased still with the orginal box it came with. I remember it has a very long serial number and it was unissued still NIB.
Very nice! Thank you for sharing. Still, I think it would be nice if we created a sticky or some sort of series related to the three types of red jungle stocks that may or may not still be available. Many people are always in the process of tricking out their SKS. MANY OF THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE IN MY OPINION ARE GOD AWFUL AND CERTAINLY TAKE AWAY FROM THE ORIGINAL BEAUTY AND FUNCTIONALITY OF THE RIFLE. I love the various original wooden stocks and especially the red phenolic stocks.Phenolic stocked SKS rifle: