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  1. BKLYN_C

    trigger assembly questions,woes & rambles.

    Good thinking. I'll attempt to get some better photos of it for y'all to look at. I appreciate the help. This problem has been common with Izhmash hammers since they introduced AK74 pattern. Never seen it happen to Tula rifles
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    50 meter mark on sight leaf?

    All RPK sights have windage adjustments and are not very common even in Russia Now that i think about it, the unlabeled mark being zero makes sense. On the other hand the 800 meter thing sounds wierd. Since all the arsenals ive seen in 7.62 have 1000 meter leafs. I also held it up to my factory saiga leaf and the marks are spaced identically. The AK47/AKM rear sight block has different slope than AK74. All Saigas are built on AK74 bases, no exceptions. Thats why Arsenal has all saigas with 1000m. I dont know what they have on the bulgarian, polish, etc
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    50 meter mark on sight leaf?

    There is no such thing as 50. One before then 100 is 0 (zero). The one before 0 is P for permanent. It is equivalent to 400. Whatever you have is not rated for 7.62x39 but 5.45x39. The 7.62x39 should go up to 800 meters. Different bullet ballistics - different compensation on sights.
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    trigger assembly questions,woes & rambles.

    Everything in that picture looks just as it supposed to be right out of the factory. The hammer surface where it engages with disconnect, where you "2" mark line is. Take a file and shave off that little rib left over from casting and goes along the middle of the hammer.
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    Bullpup, anyone?

    And what should I be looking for?
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    Bullpup, anyone?

    No more updates really, just fixed all this issues I have notices. Next I am looking for an SKS, want to get it with push rod. Trigger and rod in one piece. I think its doable
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    Bullpup, anyone?

    Took it to the range today. The bad. Forward grip must go, it wasnt best idea to mount it on the barrel. Will be adding extension to the trigger housing to mount it. Scope must be moved 1.5" backwards. Probably lower rings would be good fit. The good. With center of gravity slightly behind the pistol grip most of the weight was at the grip itself and less was on the shoulder where the angeled butt stock worked very well for stability. Recoil doesnt feel at all and muzzle doent climb up at firing. Huge difference between this and standard AK setup. I an very pleased with stability and ease of use. I also recrowned the muzzle while at it and noticed some good improvements in accuracy.
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    Bullpup, anyone?

    The only countable recycled part is semi-auto sear. What used to be trigger is not trigger anymore, it lost the actual trigger hook piece and has become just another sear which is non-countable. The trigger itself is homebuilt. Stock and handguard also homebuilt, muzzle brake, piston and pistol grip are Tapco. That makes exact count. Also all my range mags have US made followers and floor plates. I am over the required minimum on 922r
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    BHO Question

    1. Drop that spring in. 2. place the trigger and insert the pin through the trigger and the spring 3. Put the BHO plate in 4. Insert the hammer with spring (tight the spring ends behind the hammer ears with wire for ease) 5. Insert the hammer pin through the hammer and BHO plate 6. Pull up the end of BHO spring till it engages with hook on BHO itself. Done
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    Bullpup, anyone?

    I will add a longer rail on top when I find one, but dont want the buis, just more stable for the scope. Put the forward grip on the barrel in hope to improve barrel hormonics and if that doesnt help then will extend the trigger housing and attach it there. Butt stock is the result of numerous wood templates, this feels just right for my complexion, maybe a little rubber is due. Thats square tubing. 32mm, precisely fits the receiver. Used it fof Jeep modifications and 2' piece happened to end up on the same desk with another Siaga. Noticed the match, measured and BINGO, bullpup idea! Now I know the 7.62 is not the best for bullpup conversions. The magazine curvature requires the pistol grip to be way forward which creates disbalance and that even with 20" barrel. Not a biggie for first build. But .223 saiga with AR adapter would be the perfect candidate for conversion with near perfect ballance. All parts were either recycled from OEM components or built from materials left over from other projects or found on the street, ie. OEM trigger group, square tubing, sheet steel, bicycle brake cable. Total cost: $0 To each his own. But I LOL'ed at your statement about best weapon
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    Bullpup, anyone?

    Taking it to the range for test run this weekend
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    POSP 8x42

    That is the AK mount. You can tell by the way it slides onto the bracket, from rear to front. SVD mount is much slammer and slides from front to rear. Might just be an AK mount, but it ain't no Saiga AK mount! Believe me. Saiga AK mount? Thats something new! Why should I believe you, because you just said so or you have indefinite credibility and provide proof for your statements? You should believe me because I have the scope and the SAiga, and spent an hour or so and it would not fit! Believe me, I would not lie to you over a rifle scope. Thats was not very convincing. Apologies to the OP. I will shut up now
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    Saiga.308 or Vepr?

    If you payed attention to the ad, you would see that for $2100 you get the rifle and ACOG. ACOG alone is $1000. The rest $1100 is for rifle and is a good price for that conversion. I clearly made a mistake when I took someone else's word for the price instead of realizing that there was an expensive ACOG there, but personally, I still would not pay $1100 for a rifle like that when it does not offer huge advantages over the Saiga. Absolutely. For that money one can get a nice sub-moa LR308 Whoa. I have seen those LR308's, but I do not know much about them. I never knew one could get a self-loading, sub-moa rifle for that price. I will definitely have to pick one of those up in the future. You will not regret if you buy one. I am a magazine whore therefore it was obviousI chose DPMS over ArmaLite. LR308 mags go for $15-20, AR10 go for $45-60. Keep in mind, AR and LR main parts are not compatible.
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    POSP 8x42

    That is the AK mount. You can tell by the way it slides onto the bracket, from rear to front. SVD mount is much slammer and slides from front to rear. Might just be an AK mount, but it ain't no Saiga AK mount! Believe me. Saiga AK mount? Thats something new! Why should I believe you, because you just said so or you have indefinite credibility and provide proof for your statements?
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    Saiga.308 or Vepr?

    If you payed attention to the ad, you would see that for $2100 you get the rifle and ACOG. ACOG alone is $1000. The rest $1100 is for rifle and is a good price for that conversion. I clearly made a mistake when I took someone else's word for the price instead of realizing that there was an expensive ACOG there, but personally, I still would not pay $1100 for a rifle like that when it does not offer huge advantages over the Saiga. Absolutely. For that money one can get a nice sub-moa LR308
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