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  1. Uhhh.... 1. Not here in NY 2. Not on a range were the cops qualify and frequently practice Gotta keep certain uh..."perversions" under wraps in this area. Not that I have any interest in big phallic mags, of course. That's funny, I'm in NY and I have no problem getting pre-ban mags. Don't worry about cops, if you're not breaking the law, what can they do? Nothing.
  2. No such thing as a pre-ban mag in NJ, they do not grandfather magazines or firearms. The magazine capacity limit is 15.
  3. I just used a screwdriver to knock the spotwelds off and repainted it.
  4. I'm an NYer with two Saiga rifles so far, been looking at a .223 or .308 next, do you think a 10 round only version might be possible in the future for us poor fools in lame states? Will you be looking at making mags for the other chamberings like 5.45, .223 and 7.62?
  5. Man, those first two episodes were great and featured a lot of Saiga action. Will seems like a really funny guy but the type that knows how to reel it and get down to business (obviously, since he runs one, successfully). I like that there doesn't seem to be any "charaters" in his staff, they all seem to be level-headed talented folks that are more in it for the business than the showmanship. I appreciate that, too many "reality" shows nowadays have way too much false characterization, you know the producers tell the people to act like that. Pawn Stars, for example, Chumlee really cannot be th
  6. Legally you can put a thumbhole style stock on it to move the trigger forward. Magazine cap is 5 on detachable magazines for shotguns, not 10 like it is for rifles. With all due respect to the LEO, sorry sir, the NY AWB does not regulate vertical foregrips, only pistol grips that support the firing hand to manipulate the trigger, as it was during the 1994-2004 AWB, of which New York has mirrored exactly and upheld all rulings the BATFE made during that era on features that are allowed and not. It is a confusing issue and it's easy to misunderstand the intent and wording of the law. Also no
  7. I dunno what mental process lead these people to believe it has anything to do with the 1986 machinegun registry closure. Post-ban / pre-ban is a term from the 1994-2004 Assault Weapon Ban days, some states like NY, NJ and CA have these types of bans, and generally (but not always), they include a grandfather clause that allows weapons with the banned features that already existed before the law was passed to be legal to sell. In almost all areas, the term is meaningless now, there is no AWB and hasn't been for six years. In said states, post-ban means that the weapon cannot exceed a specific
  8. ATI is generally crap, don't buy their stocks.
  9. Ah, damn. Hopefully that doesn't happen, if it does, I'll go with a better grip.
  10. Had to make a collar for the UTG forearm, my model is older. This thing started out as a "Revelation R310C", a model of Mossberg 500C made for Western Auto. 26" barrel was reduced to 18", the original bead was re-installed and it was ported in the style of this Mossberg 185KA 20 gauge bolt-action, 5 vertical cuts down the side. I plan on getting an OLight T15 1xAA model light and a CR123A battery tube for it. I am also most likely getting a Beamshot green laser for it.
  11. Save up, send your cousin a money order and have him order a bunch of pre-bans with a pre-paid credit card. They'll sit happily and legally in his house and you can use them whenever you go over there / if SHTF.
  12. Convert it yourself, it's stupidly easy. I'm in NY, so if you want some help, I can help you.
  13. The specifics are : don't buy a post ban mag. Identifying a pre-ban AK 5.45 or 7.62x39 mag is easy. Is it Communist surplus? Excellent, it's pre-ban.
  14. They could give them away for free and it'd still be a rip-off. Screw ProMag.
  15. Yeah, I've been buying a bunch of guns lately. First is the latest acquistion, I got this today. Romanian SKS with an ATI stock and detachable 5 rounder for $250. Had to mod the stock so the bayonet doesn't hang down all retarded. Appears to be 1960 manufacture. Great shape. Everyone knows the Ruger 10/22. $238 after taxes. Bolt-action 12 gauge, 5+1, 2 3/4" only made by High Standard for Sears and Roebuck under their JC Higgins brand. Yes, I am aware of the pointless recall on this weapon, it only affects idiots that do not pay attention to their bolt stop s
  16. Don't bother, buy Dinzag's feed ramp and use double-stack 10 round AK mags, they're $10-15 apiece as opposed to $30-40 apiece for Saiga mags.
  17. With a Saiga 12, you can reach compliance without conversion by using a US-made handguard, a US-made magazine and if you have a threaded barrel, a US-made muzzle device on it.
  18. I've been trying to make my Saiga rifles visually distinctive from eachother from the start by getting green furniture for the 5.45. I wanted to go further. You may recall my previous thread where I polished up my bolt carrier, that was the start. I removed the finish from the trigger and polished it, however, I liked the look of that so much, I did it to the 5.45x39 Saiga as well. I decided that the next mod I wanted to try was venting my handguard. My buddy had just got a Dremel tool and a lot of accessories, so we vented it up. After that was said and done, I decided that the plate on the g
  19. I forgot to mention that I lack access to a drill press or a tap handle set, sorry.
  20. I live about an hour or so from Rochester, so if you need some help and can get here, let me know and we'll work something out. I won't "do it" for you, but I can certainly provide tools, space and experience to help you complete the task.
  21. Why not use the rod and kit provided with the Saiga? Did you not get one? O_o
  22. Why would you want a piece of rebar hitting you in the face? :-P If you want a quality AK folding stock set-up, go with either an AK-100 style solid folder or an ACE receiver block and a folding mechanism.
  23. It is TOTALLY WORTH IT. Think of it this way. Say you want 10 30 round magazines. If you want SureFires, you're gonna be paying $20-30 apiece, if not more, for them. So let's say they cost $30 apiece at 10, that's $300. Now, for the $20 for the feed ramp, you can use surplus AK mags that cost anywhere from $9-15 a pop, so even 10 30 rounders at $15 is $150 + the $20, you saved over $100 and you've got much more reliable mags. Seems like an easy choice to me.
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