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  1. What’s up saiga 308 owners?
  2. Its a no brained the saiga in 223 & in 308, next is the sks 7,62x39. door breaching is for the 12 ga. 00. small game pellet gun.
  3. Ive asked this for decades here at what distance does the accuracy of the 308/16” barrel drop off? And how far will the 21” barrel shoot accurately? I have no place to shoot long distance. my 16” saigas at 100yds, no scope using surplus South African 308 ammo will print 1 1/2” five shot groups all day.
  4. I only use scopes with the mechanical BDC ballistic compisation option. All my rifles have its used for distance. I never go hunting without it. It’s harder to find them lately. BSA make one for the 223 round I haven’t tested it yet. I have the older top of the line bushnell with the bdc option and I tested them for years seal wise going from a woodstove heated camp to ten degree weather outside and never had a problem. I been chasing a 300lb buck that teases other hunters by staying out of range. Just give me one bullet for my 338wm. I made a 170yd shot at a quarter sized target once using the bdc. She’s spot on. Using a ballistics caculator you can get a idea about bullet drop and distance. On the certain 100 to 125yd calibers you can caculate where your best zero is for accuracy. Example the 7mm Mauser using a 125 yd zero the bullets path varies from the muzzle to 125 yds about 5/8” to 3/4”. Just a example.
  5. Your thoughts are correct years ago this was posted by some having well over 100 k rounds with there chrome lined bores.
  6. The IMR 4895 powder we use in semi auto rifles. We use the cci#34 military thick wall primers. I haven’t worked up a load yet but that’s my starting point. This powder has the correct burn rate for semi autos. Has anyone played with the free bore dimension? It can change your accuracy. How far the bullet sits to the throat. Where the rifling starts.
  7. I’m thinking the 16” barrel will serve us for up to 400 to 500yds scoped. I read a guy ringing steel gongs with his saiga 16”/308 at that distance. I wonder if 400/500 yds is where the 21.5” barrel takes over accuracy wise. I have no place to benchrest at 400/500 and more.
  8. Dam I paid $289 for my nib 308 saiga and $259 for my nib 223 saiga. Holly cow
  9. Years ago the Russians at Izmash did admit the saigas in the American calibers of 223/308 are a tad more accurate over the Russian calibers. This is why I never bought a saiga in 7.62x39 I stayed with the more accurate sks. Now what's the farthest you have ever shot your saiga in 308 with the 16" barrel with no scope? Yardage? How far have you shot the saiga in 308 with the 21.5" barrel with no scope? Yardage? I only have a 100yd range here.
  10. I must admit my new saiga was one of the first batch of them imported here when they were just NIB $389 for the 16"/308win, were shooting South African military surplus 308 ball ammo. At 100yds, benchrested, no optics, right out of the box, cleaned and lubed with moly paste she shoots 1 1/2" groups @ 100yds. Forgive me this is my very first ak/akm style rifle getting this kind of accuracy from a sheetmetal stamped and welded semi auto to me is unheard of. I purchased the saiga Sporter to hunt with. Years ago here I couldn't get an answer about the difference in accuracy between the 16" barrel and the 22" barreled saiga in 308 win. I been wondering were does the accuracy of the 308/16" barrel fall off and how far can the 308/22" barrel accurately shoot? Fact, I was at my LGS to purchase a new m1a($2,000) and seen the rack filled with new 308win saigas for $389. I was never interested in any ak/akm due to the workmanship of the used or returns. But since the saiga is a brand new Russian Izmash saiga Sporter rifle I couldn't go wrong my gut feeling was right.
  11. I just lubed the moving parts with ts-70 moly.
  12. For the best, most accurate semi auto in 7.62x39 Russian it's the sks. For the best, most accurate semi auto in 308win Russian Izhmash Saiga. In 223 ditto. Why do I get the cold shoulder on forums when they talk about semi auto rifles and I bring up saigas? In street wise terms my thug kid(no frills Saiga) will kick your A+ students(m1a butt). Nothing can match the ak/akm dependability, battlefield proven record. Nothing. Right?
  13. They were only $259/223 & $289/308 when they first arrived.
  14. I have four orginal condition brand new saigas two in 223 & two in 308win. They ain't going anywhere. I'd dump my m14 first. Saiga in 308 using South African surplus 308 ball ammo 1 1/2" groups at 100yds. Orginal sights. A sheet metal stamped receiver that's awesome. For just $307 it'd with taxes.
  15. No interest in there. I like the orginal form for hunting and target shooting. Listen closely to the video for richochets ?..... Be careful.
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