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  4. I'm trying to locate a vepr 12 recoil assembly, or at least the guide rod holder for a replacement. I've looked everywhere online and the few places that show them as available are out of stock with no estimates on when they will be available again. Does anyone have any links or know of anyplace that I can get one? I bought a JTE guide rod holder and it's crazy sloppy with the rod installed and it won't slide all the way into place to lock the dustcover. I can do some grinding to possibly make it work, but the slop will only get worse.
  5. Pulled this pin so you could see how it is configured. The 5.5mm is on top and the 5mm on the bottom. Its inverted in the pic.
  6. The pin in question here has a reduced diameter in the middle of the pin. It was used in conjunction with a lever that prevented the gun from fireing when the stock was in the folded position. Can't tell if those extra components are in this trunnion. Make sure they are not present. If they are, they will have to be removed as they might interfere with pin removal. Check this out remove if needed, and proceed with pin removal. Note. Never seen a 2 piece pin. Russians wouldn't do that.
  7. Looking at the scale pics, it does look like the pin is reversed. Not seen that before. The pin will come out but it looks like it has to come out the bottom as shown in the pics. Find the location the stock seems to have the least amount of friction when folding it. Start there and start tapping the pin downward. It has to come out. Pin diameters are giving me pause but drive it out the bottom. Start the process and keep checking for progress.
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    Hello, i have a saiga .308 and it’s missing the 3 lug bolt. It’s all there except that part! I’d love to shoot the thing, anyone know where I could get one without going to Russia?
  9. My saiga 12, going to chop the barrel to 11in and have it threaded for rem chokes after I file my paperwork.
  10. Remove top cover partly fold the stock and push the pin from the bottom up.
  11. Mine version top pin dia. is 5.0mm and bottom is 5.5 mm. Any suggestions on have to remove it?
  12. I have a pair of Komrads and just picked up a Khaos. Its a bit different with a slide mechanism on the trigger. Not too sure about how its configured but I will be getting into it shortly. Have not had it out as of yet but I believe it will run as good as the Komrads which run very slick without ANY issues. No issues even with one ounce low power leads (1145FPS) The KUSA 12 gauge firearms are pretty well made, a notch above the Saiga 12's in workmanship and possibly materials. Can't go wrong with the KUSA's. Not a fan of their handguards so looking at ideas on how to change/modify them for the
  13. I have a lot of Saiga 12's and all of them, pin removal is out the top. It is a single pin with stepped diameters. It should come out pretty easily by tapping the pin out the top.
  14. Hi Everyone: I want to ask does anyone makes a classic mil-dot scope anymore? I'm talking about scopes with reticles that are FFP, and literally have dots instead of hash marks on the crosshairs. I think the dots are simply one mil in diameter. It seems like everyone makes either plain crosshair or "Christmas tree" reticles now. In my opinion, those Christmas tree reticles are too busy. I don't doubt their accuracy. They're just too busy. Just wondering. I have an M-40A1 clone project I want to pursue, and it'd be nice to have a classic mil-dot scope for it. I think Leopold us
  15. How to remove the saiga 12k butstock? Pins must be hammered from the top or bottom?. Noticed that the bottom pin bigger than the top. But I looked at the review of the exp-01 model. Why did they pin it from the bottom?
  16. Did you need the complete carrier or just the piston/rod extension? Sorry, just saw your post. MAA has the extension but not the carrier. Have you found what you were after?
  17. Good day fellow members, I am looking to buy the handguard and stock shown in the attached pictures. If you happen to have one or know someone who does, I would certainly be interested. Thank you.
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  21. Good morning. I have Kalashnikov USA factory railed forearms (rails at 3:00, 6:00, and 9:00) that I will trade for stock Saiga 12 factory handguards. Please email me at lonestararms@yahoo.com or call (505) 263-8822. Mike Rogers
  22. Hi, I dusted off the old Saiga 12 and was looking to update it a bit. I'm looking for the most reliable forearm that I can attach a magpul angled grip, sling adapter, and possibly a light down the road. Thanks
  23. I have 2 East German Bakelite mags for sale.... 30rd, 5.45 x 39 cal.....for AK74 or your Saiga conversion. As new. See pics. Prefer to sell as a pair, but may entertain single purchase. Pictures show 3 mags but only 2 are available, Mold numbers 31 and 33 . Each mag comes with a US made follower and US made (Arsenal) floor plate to yield two, 922r compliance parts per mag. Original German steel follower and floorplates will also be included for each mag. Payment via Zelle or USPS Money order, no paypal. $75/each plus $14 shipping for the pair, or $8 shipping for one.
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