View Full Version : Tapco interfuse SKS stock system.

February 4, 2013, 08:10 AM
I put one on my Yugo , fits good and looks good. But , the stock fixed mag won't go back in. Do I have to use a detachable mag or do I just need to get the drimmel out? If I grind it down to get the fixed in there will I be able to use a detachable ?

February 5, 2013, 05:44 PM
Anyone ?

February 5, 2013, 07:31 PM
Pretty sure it's designed to be used with Tapco's 30rd mags for the SKS.

February 6, 2013, 08:18 PM
I am afraid of that. Have a 5 rnd on order was listed as in stock but won't be in for a month.i can't find anything even available for back order.

February 7, 2013, 12:40 AM
Yes, you have to use the detachable 20rd mags. One should have come with your kit. BTW, I hope you bought the "compliance kit" and not just the stock set. If not, you are in violation of federal law. Google "922r" or see here:


February 8, 2013, 12:47 PM
It did not come with one,and I can't find any

February 9, 2013, 12:29 PM
You're not going to get busted for not having enough capitalist parts on your combloc gun.

I challenge you to find someone who has been even charged with 922r violations, let alone convicted.

Besides, Tapco parts are US parts. Why else would their triggers count for AKs?

February 9, 2013, 03:26 PM
There is no problem with widening the magwell to fit the original magazine, though I'm surprised that you're having a problem with it. I recall that the original mag is narrower than the Tapco.

In any case the magwell doesn't really do anything to support either magazine, the SKS system is overly secure so there's nothing to worry about, go ahead and dremel it out.

Coach is right, putting on the Intrafuse puts you in to 922r compliance and the Tapco magazine is a very easy way to get your parts count up. About the only other way to be 922r compliant and still use the original magazine is to install Murray's trigger parts.

Laws are laws. Like it or not, violating 922r makes you an illegal gun owner, or the owner of an illegal gun, depending on how your lawyer wants to defend you. Personally I would never advocate that anyone should willingly and knowingly own an illegal firearm.