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Old 10-25-2009, 08:27 PM
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SV-99 ... Stock Options !?!?!?



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Which do you guys like better:
1) The look of the current "green" stocked SV-99.
OR
2) The look of the older one that you could store magazines
in the buttstock similar to some of the Sobol stocks?
I prefer the stock capable of storing magazines - very practical feature.
However, the polymer version has my attention as well.

Depending on the cost ... I'd like to own more than one.
But, any version is preferable to no version.
I can only hope that in due-time ... all the versions will be made available.
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Old 10-27-2009, 09:38 PM
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Well,

The Sobal version is nice and it's good idea for back up mags but I carry a belt pouch. The updated version is the design I would prefer if possible (really like the third stability leg) but as AOM stated ANY is better than NONE.

Cost, for me, really isn't a factor but with several rifle projects being worked on at the moment I'm a little strapped this year. However, I'll have at least one myself.

Scott
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Great news that I can't share yet, but I wanted you all to keep the faith.

Curious question though...

Which do you guys like better:

1) The look of the current "green" stocked SV-99.

OR

2) The look of the older one that you could store magazines in the buttstock similar to some of the Sobol stocks?
My personal preference would be for the SV-99 Police stock as you have shown in your earlier pics. Mag storage in the stock is a nice to have but not necessary feature for me. regards, Dale.
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Old 12-24-2009, 07:10 PM
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Old 12-24-2009, 07:26 PM
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US Specs Replica SV-99

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Wow! ... Neat! ... How exciting!

And, when will the rifle be available on the market?
When will the stock(s) be available on the market?
What will be the model designation/name you have chosen?

Have you determined a tentative price?

More pictures ... please!
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Old 12-24-2009, 10:18 PM
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Yes come on man!!!!

More pics and some prices.
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Merry Chritmas indeed!

Very nice work!

Looking forward to more pictures and the full story on this labor of love.
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MUST HAVE!!!!!! Put me right inline behind AOM22
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US Dragunov, your'e a real CT. Specifics please, availability, price, etc.. Got to have one !!! Looks great. Dale.
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Folding?

I cannot tell, does the stock fold/come apart? or is it solid.

I too am very interested in one of these.

Happy New Year,

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Old 12-29-2009, 10:22 AM
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Pull Apart Stock

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I cannot tell, does the stock fold/come apart? or is it solid....
The military version pulls apart and interchanges with a buttstock or pistol grip.
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The replica or U.S. civilian model may pull apart for stowing.
But, should not come with an interchangeable pistol grip to stay in-compliance with U.S. law.
SV-99 Broken-Down

Almost the same design on Saigas
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I'm glad some of you guys like it. Yes it has the takedown stock. No pistol grip.
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U.S. Spec SV-99 Replica ... Registered as a Pistol

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... Yes it has the takedown stock.
No pistol grip.
But, if the receiver were registered as a pistol.
Then, the pistol grip could be attached.

However, the butt stock could not replace the pistol grip
unless the receiver were registerd as a Short Barreled Rifle.

It is one way (pistol) or the other (rifle) ... not AC/DC.
A pistol version of the U.S. Spec SV-99 Replica sounds like a great idea.
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I'm glad some of you guys like it. Yes it has the takedown stock. No pistol grip.

US_Dragonov,

The stock rocks! The fact that it takes-down is icing on the cake. I anxiously await the word on availability.

On a related note, would you happen to have any dimensions on the current production Russian silencer? I might just have to make one up that looks like the Russian can but uses some of our existing internals (I work in R&D for a silencer manufacturer).
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Old 12-29-2009, 04:00 PM
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Given how sexy the original looks, I think I'll have to SBR mine to get the full effect.
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