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  1. Wow, that is cheap! I like that. Thanks much! How did this work out? I am putting together a list of parts I need for my Saiga 7.62x39 conversion. This would be great if it is compatible! It is cheap, it accepts the muzzle brake I am looking for, and it looks like akpartskits.com has plenty in stock!
  2. I used a Dinzag Arms S-308 FCG for the pistol grip. conversion. I thought everything was already fit for the S-308. What gives? I finally got it in but it was really tough........how can I fix this? Disassembling the rifle for cleaning is now a highe project........
  3. Seriously.....I am sleepy, angry, and frustrated. I converted my S-308 today with no problems. Not I am just at the last step of reassembly and the bolt carrier wont go in. I had trouble doing it even before the conversion. Am I just retarded or what am I doing wrong????????? AAAAGGGGHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. I don't have enough room in my oven to do that, I think. I have a normal kitchen oven. I am trying to fit the whole Saiga in the kitchen oven, disassembled of course. Really though don't put it on the rack right?
  5. Wow. Thats easy. It won't leave "grill marks" on the rifle like it would on a steak? Haha......
  6. My guess is that I would have to do just that, use a small file to make the hole in the trigger guard plate match the hole in the receiver. I need to go to the hardware store to get some small files. Really the only part that doesn't align is the nook where the "single hook" is in the trigger hole.
  7. I am planning on using Brownells Baking Lacquer in matte black to touch up my Saiga after the conversion. It requires 30 minutes at 300* in the oven. I can barely fit the rifle in my oven diagonally. However, what should I rest it on? Surely I don't put it on a cookie sheet! How should I place my rifle and parts when I bake them in the oven?
  8. I am converting my Saiga .308 using the SaigaTech trigger guard plate ( Everything has gone okay so far, but I am stuck. The single hook trigger hole in the Saiga's reciever does not quite line up with the trigger hole on the SaigaTech trigger guard plate. Specifically, it is the part of the single hook that does not align. Do I need to file the groove for the single hook on the SaigaTech trigger guard plate to match the receiver's cutout? Here is a couple of pics, it may or may not help because of a horrible laptop camera.
  9. Not many options for the .308 as far as I know. Leave it be or thread the barrel.
  10. Well.......i'm not. No ACE, for now at least. I wimped out and went with a FSE poly triangle krinkov stock. It will probably be temporary until I get the ACE planned right or I find a metal triangle krinkov stock.
  11. I ordered one today and got an e-mail confirmation today. Not the shipping confirmation, just order confirmation. I can't wait!
  12. Thanks guys. My problem now is how to mount the ACE internal receiver block. Since I am using the trigger guard, I cannot use the pistol grip nut to secure the internal receiver block. Also, since the S-308 does not have any original trigger pin holes for drilling and tapping I could not use that method. dogbone21, did you drill new holes into your receiver in order to drill and tap the holes for securing the internal receiver block?
  13. I am planning the conversion on my Saiga .308 16". I have the SaigaTech steel .308 trigger guard plate on the way, and I want to know if I can still install an ACE Skeleton fixed stock. There are a few problems that the ACE Skeleton stock brings when using the SaigaTech trigger guard plate. I found a link of a member here that provided a tutorial on how to solve these problems on a S-12, but not a S-308 ( http://forum.saiga-12.com/index.php?showto...hl=ace+tutorial ). With the Saiga .308, my main problem will be how to provide enough support to the ACE internal receiver block. There wi
  14. I am having a hard time trying to decide which buttstock to put on my Saiga .308 after I convert it. I was originally planning on a K-Var poly Warsaw length buttstock. However the ACE Skeleton stocks are so sweet looking. I know that in order to use a ACE Skeleton stock (http://riflestocks.com/catalog/product_inf...products_id=281), you must use the ACE internal receiver block(http://riflestocks.com/catalog/product_inf...products_id=301). "The ACE Internal Receiver Block requires modification to the receiver; i.e.. the tang on the back of the receiver must be cut off then filed or ground s
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