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  2. Wow, I read this hoping it trolling satire, meant to break the boredom. Please tell me I'm correct.
  3. faststang90

    KS12MAG10 in a Saiga 12

    I use saiga drums in mine
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  6. opps

    KS12MAG10 in a Saiga 12

    Just want to check if the Kalashnikov KS12 mags will work in the Saiga 12. See mixed info online. Thanks
  7. Well it went off well, literally. Placed it in a 4ft. hole, inside of a canister type air filter soaked in diesel. Lit it up and waited, and waited. Probably took ten minutes to heat up enough but finally went Boom. Blew the brass clean out the hole. The brass shows stress fractures from not being in a chamber but otherwise looks good with what looks like an unfired primer. I took a .50 brass cartridge and it slid into the 20mm neck. Cool.
  8. evlblkwpnz

    Side folding Tapco on Saiga 12

    They can't seem to hire a decent designer. That looks much better than their last AK folder and at least the comb will be inline with the bore. I'd sooner get a Magpul Zhukov though. A little more money, but better looking and likely far higher quality. They have QD swivel socket and they collapse. They look nice on Saiga-12s too...
  9. Cabela's has this: Ashbury Precision Ordnance Saber® M700™ Precision Bolt-Action Rifle on sale for $850
  10. G O B

    No new posts here why?

    Yeah, the import ban was a turd in the punch bowl.
  11. ChileRelleno

    No new posts here why?

    Its called an Import Ban. No new guns coming in so no new owners asking questions, no new guns to show off or modify. It killed this site quicker than a log of shit empties a swimming pool.
  12. Saw this on Tapco's website - item number left side folding stock. MSRP is $52.49 on their website. More expensive on Optics Planet. 😏 Anyone try this one?
  13. Just go for it and the rest will sort itself out. Remember this is fun right? No one ever has the perfect gun. They have a lot of less than perfect guns that shoot just fine. Now ! Get off the fence and build that sucker and we will want pictures. Have fun you could live in LA
  14. Unknown Poster

    No new posts here why?

    What’s up saiga 308 owners?
  15. Well ... I'm on the fence again because the guy who wrote this article built an M-40A3 replica using a Shilen barrel with a 1:10 twist. He got really good groups with it at 100 yds. However, I'm wanting something that's capable of 1,000 yds. whenever I find a big enough range. I don't doubt a .308 cartridge can go that far, it's my own skill that needs to be developed. Anyway ... enjoy this article guys: https://rifleshooter.com/2016/01/building-a-usmc-m40a3-cloning-the-marine-corps-sniper-rifle-from-1999-2009/
  16. Moriarti Armaments carries a 1:11
  17. I usually go with this one, but I have used the berger calculator to double check too. https://www.jbmballistics.com/cgi-bin/jbmstab-5.1.cgi A lot of 1-10 precision guns use the FGMM 168 match king as their recommended load for factory bench marks. i.e. the LWRC REPR that I was playing with a few years ago. Arguably 168s are "over stabilized" in 1-10, but they seem to shoot well out of pretty much every 308, which is why they are so popular as a standard. I don't pretend to expertise, but I think of 165-170 in 308 /30-06 as the overlap load which is likely to give good results in a gun chosen at random, since they are right in the middle of the overlap between what the common twist rates are good at. I don't pretend to be a good precision shooter, though I am working to improve. My take on this topic is that for 308, if you are wanting the ability to shoot cheap ball, and also do some precision shooting, potentially using some of the ELD bullets, 1-10 will work well with the long range precision loads (& heavier hunting bullets), and well enough with the cheap stuff too.
  18. There is no way to SAFELY de-mill heavily corroded ordinance. The chemical primer and propellant may become very unstable, and if HE or incendiary may be even MORE unstable. An ex girlfriend from high school's father had a nest of Civil War cannon balls on his hearth. She later dated a UDT Sailor who took one look and called the bomb squad - the cannon balls were filled with LIVE black powder. A spark from the fireplace could have blown the entire house up! Leave it to someone who Knows what they are working on, and have training on safely de-milling! I stand by my first comment.
  19. ...unless it's illegal, then they may handle him too.
  20. I would NOT set fire to this thing or try to cut or pound this thing open. If it's tracer, HE or Incendiary you could start one hell of fire or explosion. Some of these contain a powerful explosive.
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  22. The only way I can see.is to ignite with no barriers.
  23. I tried but was restricted due to size of image. NES 1943 20mm. Was found in closet of new home.
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  25. I have a 308 setup and ready to go also just built a 556. Not ready to get to the range because I need to be in the mood to shoot. If I am not in the mood no tight groups. I think that is true for most shooters
  26. Getting bullets through the same hole every time is 30% gun 20 % ammo work up and 50% trying to figure it all out . There are good days and bad days at the range. Just remember why you are there.
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