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  1. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    MD20 shell size question

    Sportsman's Guide Stock #1586 2-3/4 00 Buckshot will work fine in the MD20 - $194.72 [250 rounds] ....Also, Centurion Buck & Ball [6 Buck - 1 (.65 ball)] $8.97 box of 10 x 10 = $89.70/100.... $179.40/200
  2. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    Double Stack 12ga Magazine for Saiga-12

    _____________________________________________________________________ Mike Davidson MD Arms ltd. PO Box 13746 Dayton OH 45413 United States info@mdarms.com http://www.mdarms.com 937-520-5323 Dear Mike, I have been asking you for months, which 00 Buckshot shells should I buy for my two MD-20's. I can run Seller & Bellot Low Brass Slugs in my MD's at 2-13/32" [crimped length - 2.40625" OL] ....BUT, I cannot even load more than 8 rounds of Nobel-Sport-Italia [NSI] 00 Buckshot at 2-27/64 [crimped length - 2.421875" OL] - they will jam so I have to take the back off the drum [or loosen the screws] to get them out! Royals and others are even longer than the Nobels, and won't work. The difference here is .015625" - a little over 15 thousands of an inch difference. I think you owe it to me and your other customers to research the brands and tell us which 00 Buckshots will work in your drums. The Centurion Slug/5Bucks are shorter and will work, but they are $43 for a box of ten shells! Give us a break David! I want to buy in quantities and I can't buy 500 of every brand out there, just to experiment and then find that they won't even fit in your drums! Your drum should have been made to feed all brands of 2-3/4" class shot shells - foreign and domestic! I am looking forward to buying your new D/S Sticks. tlk
  3. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    Picture Post, Lets see your Saiga 12!

    More of my stuff....
  4. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    Need a fix for low brass FTF's?!?!?

    Mike, I received two MD-20's. [EV-5076, EV-5078] was I supposed to get a plug? None yet! How do I know if my gun has 2-3 or 4 gas ports, My plug has a 1 and a 3 printed in White - No #2? The drum will not eject the 2nd, 4th and 6th rounds - then all 14 left in the drum come out OK - after the spring is let off some. The spring is set at the factory shipped setting now! Also, please tell me if the "12 Gauge Winchester Ranger Low Recoil 00 Buckshot" which measure 2.32" will work with the MD-20.
  5. If you will go on the internet and GOOGLE "Home Security Signs" you will find a array of rather benign signs available - that would not scare away a 5th grader! If you want to up the anti - you can make your own sign by simply taking my personal design [in a .Pub file*] to a vinyl sign shop and have them make it for you - in any size you like 12"" to 24". ! Just put the file on a floppy or email it to your sign company and they can make it on Ply-board or aluminum plate, which will be weather proof, just like the magnetic signs for a car door! Notice it is bi-lingual to accommodate our illegal Wet-Back wannabe home invaders! Hooaaahhh! * Email me and I will send you the > .Pub file [MS Publisher] Krueger1010@bellsouth.net Saiga-12 Assault Shotgun on the left - AK-47 Under-folder on the right - Dead intruder in the middle! [i have not copyrighted this sign]
  6. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    The right way to fit your drum!

    OK, I just called the tech, Josh at Surplus Ammo in Washington state. He put a measuring caliper on the 12 Gauge Winchester Ranger Low Recoil 00 Buckshot 250 rounds [$179.99] - and they measure exactly 2.32", which should work OK. Ad: > [Winchester Ranger Buckshot, 12 Guage 2 3/4" 00 Buck. 10 Sleeves of 25 rounds. 8 Pellets, 1145 Feet Per second, 1190 Foot Pounds Energy. This is good tactical buckshot at a killer price!] Surplus Ammo
  7. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    The right way to fit your drum!

    Hey guys. where can I get 00 Buck shot in large quantities that are no longer than 2-1/4 " long so they will load into my MD-20's. Also, Mike, Can I put tiny hard "O" Rings [in effect - spacers] behind the six cover screws. [The center retainer clip will probably still engage] The Shells are around the periphery of the drum, and this might give just enough clearance for shells that are only slightly longer? I have several hundred shells that are labeled 2-3/4", but are just slightly too long [2-3/8"] to work smoothly! The lit. says 2.4", but that is too long!!!
  8. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    The right way to fit your drum!

    MORE..... +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Hey Mike, I did the mod on both of my new drums today. It took me about 2-1/2 hours because I wanted a tight fit and I didn't have a narrow file. Mine is about 1 inch wide. I was going to go to Lowe's and get a narrow one like you show in your demo videos, but it was raining. I RECOMMEND THAT PEOPLE DO EXACTLY LIKE YOU SAY AND SHOW.... GET A NARROW FILE. Part of the time I used a new diamond dust fingernail file which didn't cut as fast - but I was not in a hurry. The second drum went about twice as quick, because I knew what to expect... like how "A" does affect lowering the mag so the outside rail actually goes all the way down to the surface of the gun. I did a little bit of "A" - then a little bit of "B".... mostly "A" at first. Finally I learned a little secret about how to know if "B" is getting all the way down so that the "Release" goes all the way home. [but tight] WHEN YOU ARE GETTING CLOSE, LIKE THE RELEASE IS STARTING TO CATCH - BUT NOT ALL THE WAY - PUT THE DRUM IN AGAIN.... AND LET THE RELEASE GO AS FAR AS IT WANTS TO UPON INSERTION - THEN JUST PUSH THE RELEASE TOWARDS THE DRUM AND LET IT "SNAP" SEVERAL TIMES. THIS PUTS A SMALL BUT NOTICEABLE MARK ON THE 'B" PAD THAT YOU ARE FILING, SHOWING HOW FAR IT IS GOING - OR WHERE YOU NEED TO FILE SOME MORE.... LITTLE BY LITTLE, OVER AND OVER [IF YOU WANT A TIGHT FIT]. THE "SNAPPING" WORKED EVEN BETTER ON THE SECOND DRUM. Both of my drums are now fitted as tight as a possible. Don't rush it guys, and follow the instruction Mike gives, FIRST in the videos and then in the instructions. I had a problem loading the first drum using the high brass 00 Buckshot 9 pellet shells from "ROYAL". I got three of them in and they jammed solid. I had to take the drum apart to get them out. I measured them then and found out that they were 2-7/16 long. I had some regular 2-3/4 which measures a little over 2-1/4".... and they went in fine! IT IS BEYOND ME AS TO WHY THEY CALL THEM 2-3/4 WHEN THEY ARE MUCH SHORTER THAN THAT! It was raining so I just stood on the porch and got ready to dump the whole twenty rounds as a test [into the 40 acres of woods behind the house]... two rounds then ejection jam, CLEAR - two more rounds then ejection jam, CLEAR - two more rounds then ejection jam, CLEAR - then BAM, BAM, BAM - 14 in a row.... I think because the spring tension was then six stops unwound. My Gas Plug was set on #1.... DO I NEED TO GET A NEW PLUG OR JUST SET THIS ONE TO #3 [I DON'T HAVE A #2 on it]? The disassembly and assembly instructions were a little intimidating, but I guess once you do it - like anything else - it will be a snap. Thanks Mike. tlk [Picture is from last month.... with 10 rounder inserted, tach light has been moved to left picatinny under gas plug - curly wires and pressure switch are now strapped with Black wire ties at several points]
  9. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    The right way to fit your drum!

    Here is a better view to help the illustration of Saiga's cost cutting measure [sic] in lighter tolerance production. I can just see the Babushka sitting at a table full of guns and mags, with a file in her hand. It beats peeling potatoes, out in the cold - and probably pays better too!
  10. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    Send pictures of your Saiga Layout

    OK, I moved it over here: My Stuff
  11. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    Picture Post, Lets see your Saiga 12!

    < My Honey [click on picture] < My other Honey [click on picture] Check out my two Target Frames: Target Frames My 9 year old stepson, 20 years ago with my H&K 91
  12. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    Send pictures of your Saiga Layout

    < My Honey [click on picture] < My other Honey [click on picture] Check out my two Target Frames: Target Frames My 9 year old stepson, 20 years ago with my H&K 91
  13. krueger1010@bellsouth.net

    25rd Saiga-20 Drum Magazine! MD Arms, Ltd

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    25rd Saiga-20 Drum Magazine! MD Arms, Ltd

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    25rd Saiga-20 Drum Magazine! MD Arms, Ltd

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