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  1. This site has sure slowed down from the old days, but I thought you guys (whoever might be left) might want to see this video. Tony Rumore Tromix
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  2. Maybe Gecko45 can chime in for a few laughs! 🤣😂😅
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  3. Kusa has barrels for $90 https://kalashnikov-usa.com/product/ks-12-12ga-shotgun-barrel/
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  4. Rkurtzer@gmail.com Absolutely a low frequency rumble is played during nearly every play for no reason other than to annoy. Either that, or the audio engineers don't realize some of us have speakers that clearly play their no reason, annoying, low level frequencies.
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  5. Well, if you want we can start debating about when the Saiga-12 becomes a destructive device again. Or get Makc to unban McUzi, if he hasn't been incarcerated yet
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  7. I mean, it's Bueller.....but if I correct you too much I'm liable to get banned. Or at least harassed for wise assery.
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  8. Thanks for the great info, I paid $355 back then ,I believe that was $30 or $40 over the black base model. I used it for a while hunting, got a couple deer but found in heavy brush the mag release got snagged and mag would drop out without much notice ! Excellent to see an ad from the time! Definitely a Saiga Fan item…!
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  9. So the camo ones didn't get imported by any other importer except EAA. The green was far and away the most common one. There is a brown camo that looks like fake wood as well. Overall they weren't as popular as most folks were not using Saiga-12s for hunting. When I found mine I paid $100 over the cost of the black ones. The last listing I found. https://www.guns.com/firearms/shotguns/semi-auto/saiga-saiga-12-12-ga-semi-automatic-20-rounds-20-barrel-used?p=877155&soldout=1 So really there are just so few of them it's hard to best guess what sort of price they would bring
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  10. As the title says. Finally did something I've been wanting to do for a long time and I'm extremely happy with the result. I used ALG FCG, the Phoenix stock from CSS, and a Hogue grip. I was going to pay someone to do it, but I'm glad I built the confidence to do it myself. Now I know the gun inside and out. It functions correctly, just need to shoot it. I am thinking of doing a different stock as it just feels real cheap, and then of course some new mags.
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  11. Glad you took the plunge. If you slicked up the BCG nicely, you'll have less of a gas issue. I had my BCG's (got more than one S-12) really well profiled plus I enlarged the gas ports in the barrel, so they are slightly over-gassed. Take your time and do your work in small increments. Taking material away is easy...putting it back, not so much.
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  12. Congrats for taking the plunge and doing it yourself.
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  13. I have one I'd be willing to part with if you're still around
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  14. Here https://saigaclub.net/saiga-ak-vepr-svd-parts/buttstock-saiga-ak-vepr-svd/collapsible-buttstock-saiga https://saigaclub.net/saiga-ak-vepr-svd-parts/quadrail-saiga-ak-vepr-svd/quad-rail-saiga-12-saiga-20
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  15. 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
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  16. They will rattle when clean. No worries!
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  17. Woohoo, both the rifle and the PK-01VS arrived today!
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  19. What state are you in? If in central WA, I would help you do it. I'm not a licensed smith, but we could get it done. Otherwise, Anthony Hitch or Mike Rogers come to mind for people I would trust to do it properly, and Tromix.
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  20. Unfortunately I'm based in the UK so was unable to send my bolt to the USA to Pauly to get it polished so decided to do it myself. While I was at it I changed my gas rod to the Tom Cole rod and I also made up a vertical charging handle out of 1/2" 416 stainless and welded it to the carrier with 309L I have all the equipment to hand as I've been into cars / bikes for a long time. Thanks to Pauly for your tutorial posts and PM's Unless you have done It its hard to appreciate how much time and effort is involved to get a good quality finish Here's mine I did
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  21. All that money in gold plate, and they still did not do a proper pistol grip restoration!
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