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About stokstad

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  1. stokstad

    Got my custom site rail done

    The rail seems to be holding up well. Never seemed to move. Sorry I cannot sell it separatly
  2. stokstad

    Got my custom site rail done

    I have been way out of the loop on Saigas and guns for that matter. I was wondering what unconverted S12's are going for these days? I saw one at a gun shop for $800 and about shit. Also could someone tell me what I should ask for for the one pictured above? Thanks
  3. Where in Wisconsin do you live? Everytime the CC bill goes in for a vote it does very well but doesnt seem to pass. I think the last time it went to vote it needed only like one more vote and we had a conservative rep. flip flop and vote the other way. Way too mant damn liberals around the area I live.
  4. stokstad

    Docter sight and mounting options for the S12?

    Heres what I did........... http://forum.saiga-12.com/index.php?showtopic=7292&hl=
  5. I personally like the Choate version better. I think its better quality and looks better. But thats just my opinion and you know what they say about those. Here is mine: http://forum.saiga-12.com/index.php?showtopic=6177&hl= AND THIS IS FOR A AK FIBERFORCE ? OR THE SAIGA BRAND ONE? I FIGURED A AK 47 FIBERFORCE WOULD NOT WORK UNLESS YOU MOVED THE FCG ETC??? AND THATS WHY THEY SELL THE SAIGA BRAND, SO YOU DONT HAVE TO MOVE THE PARTS Misfit, do me a favor and take off the cap locks the next time you post. The other thing is, I was unaware that fiberforce made a stock set for the Saiga rifle. Can you provide a link? The only one I've seen is for the actual stamped receiver AK47. I'm not aware of Ultimak making one for the Saiga either.
  6. stokstad

    Picture Post, Lets see your Saiga 12!

    Heres Mine...............
  7. stokstad

    Picture Post,lets see your 7.62x39

    ere is mine...........
  8. I sat in my seat of the Boeing 767 waiting for everyone to hurry and stow their carry-ons and grab a seat so we could start what I was sure to be a long, uneventful flight home. With the huge capacity and slow moving people taking their time to stuff luggage far too big for the overhead and never paying much attention to holding up the growing line behind them, I simply shook my head knowing that this flight was not starting out very well. I was anxious to get home to see my loved ones so I was focused on my issues and just felt like standing up and yelling for some of these clowns to get their act together. I knew I couldn't say a word so I just thumbed thru the "Sky Mall" magazine from the seat pocket in front of me. You know it's really getting rough when you resort to the over priced, useless sky mall crap to break the monotony. With everyone finally seated, we just sat there with the cabin door open and no one in any hurry to get us going although we were well past the scheduled take off time. No wonder the airline industry is in trouble I told myself. Just then, the attendant came on the intercom to inform us all that we were being delayed. The entire plane let out a collective groan. She resumed speaking to say "We are holding the aircraft for some very special people who are on their way to the plane and the delay shouldn't be more than 5 minutes. The word came after waiting six times as long as we were promised that I was finally going to be on my way home. Why the hoopla over "these" folks? I was expecting some celebrity or sport figure to be the reason for the hold up. Just get their butts in a seat and let's hit the gas I thought. The attendant came back on the speaker to announce in a loud and excited voice that we were being joined by several U.S. Marines returning home from Iraq!!! Just as they walked on board, the entire plane erupted into applause. The men were a bit taken by surprise by the 340 people cheering for them as they searched for their seats. They were having their hands shook and touched by almost everyone who was within an arm's distance of them as they passed down the aisle. One elderly woman kissed the hand of one of the Marines as he passed by her. The applause, whistles, and cheering didn't stop for a long time. ! When we were finally airborne, I was not the only civilian checking his conscience as to the delays in "me" getting home, finding my easy chair, a cold beverage and the remote in my hand. These men had done for all of us and I had been complaining silently about "me" and "my" issues I took for granted the everyday freedoms I enjoy and the conveniences of the American way of life. I took for granted that others had paid the price for my ability to moan and complain about a few minutes delay to "me" while those Heroes were going home to their loved ones. I attempted to get my selfish outlook back in order and minutes before we landed, I suggested to the attendant that she announce over the speaker a request for everyone to remain in their seats until our heroes were allowed to gather their things and be first off the plane. The cheers and applause continued until the last Marine stepped off and we all rose to go about our too often taken for granted everyday freedoms. I felt proud of them. I felt it an honor and a privilege to be among the first to welcome them home and say "Thank You for a job well done." I vowed that I will never forget that flight nor the lesson learned. I can't say it enough, THANK YOU to those Veterans and active servicemen and women who may read this and a prayer for those who cannot because they are no longer with us. GOD BLESSAMERICA! WELCOME HOME! AND THANKS FOR A JOB WELL DONE!!!!! This is a ribbon for soldiers fighting in Iraq.
  9. stokstad

    Hi all

    Here some pics of my Mustang
  10. Here is a picture of my son and I at Myrtle Beach last weekend. Sorry its so dark.
  11. stokstad

    Hi all

    The mustang is an 86 the engine is out of an 88 turbocoupe. I plan on taking some more pictures of the car this weekend. She aint much to look at right now but shes solid and was only $800. Soon Im going to change it to 5lug and upgrade to 4 wheel discs. What kind of header you got? Can you send me pics?
  12. Hello everyone havent been around for a long time figured I would stop by and say hi. My guns are pretty much collecting dust right now. Got me a new modding project. I put a turbo 2.3 4 banger in my mustang. Its been occupying most of my time. Its becoming a really fun car. See ya Keep on working on them saigas!
  13. stokstad

    My latest Variation....

    how do you like your scope I'm looking to get one of thoose with the range finder in the scope wondering how well they work I like it. It fits the gun. its clear and has rangefindinging on it and an illuminated retical.
  14. I think the Choate is better myself. Feels more robust I think. The ATI's use a really hard plastic that feels cheap to me. I also think the Choate looks better IMO.