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  2. FarvasNumber1

    Vepr 12 conversion to sporter

    Would these 2 parts do the job--saiga factory trigger assembly and stock (links below)? What about the bolt close switch on my V12? I assume that's gonna need to be moved along with the fire control group. https://www.mississippiautoarms.com/saiga-factory-trigger-assembly-izhmash-manufactured https://www.amazon.com/Original-Factory-Synthetic-Buttstock-Shotgun/dp/B007JXW48M
  3. I think I'm digging that more than the MG.
  4. Hi guys: I have an SWFA fixed 12x scope. It has 1/10 mil adjustments. I'm going to sight-in at 100 yards. My question is how many clicks are there for an inch at 100 yds. with this scope? The target has a 1" square grid pattern. Is the answer simply 10 clicks? If I'm an inch to the left of the bulls eye, do I simply click 10 times to the right? Just making sure. I don't want to waste ammo. Thanks.
  5. MonaDeRio

    Picture Post, Lets see your Saiga 12!

    Quick mag release DIY has been done and installed.
  6. FarvasNumber1

    Vepr 12 conversion to sporter

    Hey everyone, I'm a new member and this is my first post. Thanks in advance for any assistance you can offer! Looking for some info from the experts here on converting my square back vepr 12 to a sporter configuration. Unfortunately for my v12 I'll soon be moving to NJ, where the current configuration would be considered a violation of the crazy AWB laws. My understanding is that all I'll need to do in order to be NJ compliant, is essentially make my vepr 12 look like the stock Saiga 12 sporter configuration. I'm gathering I'll need to replace the existing stock and pistol grip with a Saiga 12 sporter stock, and then to move the trigger group back to the rear of the gun so it can still be reached from the new sporter stock. I have a local gunsmith that tells me he can tackle the job (for around $300-$400), but that I'll need to track down the necessary parts... that's what brings me here. What do I need to purchase to do this conversion and any ideas where I can find the parts? Any 922 R compliance issues I should be aware of when looking for factory Saiga 12 parts to make this conversion happen?
  7. MonaDeRio

    Picture Post, Lets see your Saiga 12!

    Left charging handle has been done. Stud is titanium and knob is aluminum. Took about an hour to perform this mod.
  8. I was looking for a good, small carry pistol for deep concealment and hot summertime carry. Picked up a Taurus Spectrum .380, just got it out to the range today. It shoots well for it's size, I like it! Recoil is easy to manage with this one due to the shape and very low centerline of the barrel over the hand. I did have some light primer strikes in the first 50 rounds with Blazer and PMC Bronze ammo, but with the Taurus just pull the trigger again and they fired the second time. (Second-Strike capable) Otherwise, function was flawless. Accuracy very good for me, too. I have hand tremors, and the long, smooth pull seems to help me keep it on-target. I ran 10 rounds of Hornady Critical Defense ammo through it (5 in each mag.)- they ran GREAT! Very accurate with no problems at all! After I get more rounds through it for break-in, and to verify no more light-strikes, I think this will be a great carry gun for what I was looking for.
  9. Picked up a 9mm PSA AKV a little over a week ago. Still haven't shot it due to extremely hot weather or pouring rain.
  10. TacticalGenius

    MI AK Extended Railed Forend

    $75 shipped
  11. gunfun

    Door buster

    No, old friend, our orange commander and NRA and BATFE declared by fiat that we can't have the bumpy toys. If you have yours, it is supposedly a felony. I think they would have the burden of proving that their administrative action redefining the enacted statutory language is in fact legal, but I ain't interested in being the test case on that. Breaching rounds are usually sintered lead powder. I have seen them at places like SGAMMO if you want some.
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  13. I've used one of those trench scopes. He had it for a mounted 1919, amazing how accurate it was . Zeiss made it, so it was clear as well.
  14. TO THE FLOOR IN A 63

    Door buster

    Hi I bought a barrel extension with a door buster. What type of ammo would i use?? Also are the bump stocks still legal in wa??
  15. That is so cool. How did she do it? Lots of us are aspiring authors in our feeble mind's eyes but we never for many reasons get down to it. CONGRATULATIONS!
  16. Short answer may be one creates a situation or environment then one exploits and controls what you have created. I have been to Chicago only once in my long life and I did not like it then. Only thing was my age was about 6 at the time. Just passing through. Super Connie.
  17. ChileRelleno

    Looking for a steel vented gas tube cover.

    If you can find one, the standard SKS vented handguard fits.
  18. P.S.: I got to fire a GA Precision M-40A3 last summer. I clover-leafed for the first time with that rifle. Federal GMM .308 168 gr. rounds were fired and a 16x scope was mounted on it. Great rifle.
  19. Hi Guys: I'm "pulling the trigger" on a project I want to pursue. I want to build an M-40ish clone in .308 Winchester using McMillan's A-4 stock. I'm not aiming for an exact reproduction like G.A. Precision makes, but something more "benchrest" in nature with a bull barrel that has a target crown. I'm going to have to simply buy one component at a time as I can afford them. I will first get a plain Remington 700 SA .308 receiver. It comes with their adjustable X Mark Pro trigger which I assume is Remington's answer to Savage's AccuTrigger. My question is does this trigger really need to be replaced with a Timney trigger? I know folks love Timneys, but not having to get one will save a lot of money. Should I get a stainless steel barrel or a chrome/moly barrel? Seems like everyone like gets an SS barrel. I just want to have components with a matte black finish. Per an earlier post of mine, someone recommended keeping this "BDL" in nature. Will a BDL conversion kit from Brownell's suffice? Also, is there a certain kind of barrel lug you might recommend? I've visited Brownell's and they have a plethora of Rem 700 barrel lugs. I have no idea if one is better than a stock Remington 700 lug. Most sure cost a lot more though. How do you choose? My initial goal is to get the receiver, lug, and barrel first. I'll get the stock later and whatever bottom metal later. I assume McMillan will need to know what kind of components you have in order to properly inlet a stock. Thanks guys.
  20. evlblkwpnz

    Looking for a steel vented gas tube cover.

    DPH used to make one for the Saiga 12, but it has been out of production for a really long time. You might grab a Mossberg heat shield and retrofit it. They are about $50 and you would at least have enough to do another retrofit later if the need arises.
  21. In the words of a very famous man "You gotta know when to walk away and know when to run". Very well done. I know you have to be glad you fled. It progressively gotten worse to the point of it looking like everyone a position of power is mentally deficient. I often wonder if they are simply trying to run off anyone who is of sound mind and has critical thinking ability, so they will have an even stronger hold on the power they use as a weapon against personal freedom and liberty. It is indeed a very very sad situation to see the place that symbolized freedom and prosperity in the eyes of many of our ancestors who immigrated here turn into the complete opposite. Should NY ever be taken back I will go there. Until then, I won't set foot there nor spend a dime there. My wife recently went to go visit her son in NJ and do some sightseeing in NY. She knew better than to ask me if I wanted to go. If nationwide carry is passed I might go, just to jab a finger in the eyes of those who seek to disarm us.
  22. Sounds like Baltimore is making a run at Shitcago for "Murder Capitol of the US." Another Liberal bastion flushing itself down the drain.
  23. I FLED from Marylandistan as soon as I could! It was a nice place until NY bought all the State and Local officials. Texas has a great law that Bush the younger passed as Gov, it makes it a crime to use out of State money in State or local elections. It is GOOD to breath FREE air!
  24. Yeah ... if it isn't broken, don't fix it.
  25. There are 2 oz slugs, but they need slow powder and comparatively low velocities to break your shoulder without breaking your barrel.
  26. Yep. Still using WWII technology. Go with what works until you make something better.
  27. Due to health issues,only checking forum once a week... but will get in contact with anyone interested... Want this to go to a good home... Thanks..
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