Originally Posted by fAnthony
I just bought a STG 2000 the front sight is way off. It is shooting around 2 feet low. I have an adjustment tool on the way but its going be a few days before i can get it out to shoot. i was just wondering if its a decent rifle or not since i cant find out my self.... i have only put 40-50 rounds through it so im leaning towards the bad side for IOI so far, but well see.
No offense but why did you buy the rifle with little or no knowledge of what you were buying? The STG 2000 is basically a Romanian WASR with a stock that makes it resemble the East German Wieger STG-940 rifle. The STG-2000-C is in caliber 7.62x39 and the STG-2003-C in caliber 5.56x45.
Its quality is basically like a WASR, maybe a bit better on average and you can certainly fix any sight related issues. At what distance is it shooting 2' low. Is the front sight canted (leaning to one side). This is a fairly common issue with rifles from the Romanian Cugir Arsenal
. My STG 2000 shoots on par with my other AK's and the Wieger type stock adds a different twist/look to the AK platform and because of the added lenght of pull this stock provides shooting the rifles is rewarding and easy.
Read these info for some background on these rifles
Collecting and Shooting the Military Surplus Rifle (200 - Surplusrifle.com
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Last edited by Pirate; 02-07-2010 at 12:45 PM.