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  1. Nice pics, I'd like to try out the buckhorn model down the line. I have the TWS factory rear sight right now and I cant really use it with the low mounted red dot I have. Maybe the buckhorn will sit low enough.
  2. I had one of those on my S12 for a while, the recoil pad was good but it took some fitting for the stock to fit properly on the saiga 12. IMO it wasn't worth the effort. I found someone that was selling the bulgarian thumbhole stocks in the WTS section and it fit much better.
  3. Thats a saiga 100 version of the .308 I believe a small number of these were inported a while ago. Heres a link to BRG3's writeup of the 30-06 version. An interesting read. http://forum.saiga-12.com/index.php?/topic/14684-pictorial-writeup-saiga-100-in-30-06/
  4. I haven't seen any more Saiga 20s around but have seen a few 410s at the local shops. I would trade it for the 20 and buy another 410.
  5. Gabe Suarez has a Saigashotgun specific video + book. Heres a link to the book http://www.onesourcetactical.com/saigashotgungunfightingbookbygabrielsuarez.aspx
  6. Alumalite usa makes a 14x1 thread shoud/ faux supressor that covers most of the barrel. Just google it if you wanna check em out.
  7. JG sales still has em for sale at $299.
  8. Updated pic with MWI microdot mount and pauly's new charging handle. I'll post more when the TWS gen II comes in.
  9. Is that Jayne's Saiga (aka Vera)? Yes I'm a nerd for knowing this
  10. The peep costs $40 separate and the .308 version(which css does not offer i think) is more expensive.
  11. Member shipped the item with delivery confirmation the next day after payment was received . Great communication and item was just as described. Thanks again +1
  12. I'll post an updated pic once I get everything together.
  13. Very nice must've cost a pretty penny. Congrats.
  14. Heres some carrier comparison pics top one is from the 7.62x39 saiga second one down is the 74 carrier and the bottom one is the AKM. Both the 74 and the AKM are bulgarian carriers. I've use the second one down(the bulgarian 74) with the saiga bolt in my saiga rifle.
  15. A few years a go I tried testing whether a Bulgarian AKM carrier would work in a Saiga and the carier would not go all the way forward. The gas pistons AKM versus AK74/AK100 are at least 1/2 inch different in length. The AKM carrier was also a bit too high for my saiga. AKM carriers are different than AK74/AK100 This is how far forward it went. A saiga bolt stem fits way loose in a AKM carrier. The bolt size dimensions are not even compatible. Bulgarian AKM in the center. Russian AK100 types on each side. Close up of the Bulgarian AKM c
  16. I've used a bulgarian 7.62x39 bolt carrier in my Saiga as well as my Yugo M70 with no problems.
  17. Just had a question which pipe cutter did you use (assuming you used one)? I bought one from lowes (Kobalt brand) a while ago and the cutting disc broke about half way though.
  18. Is this the plot for the expendables 2? Schwarzenegger and Stallone is gonna tear some mexican/Iranian asses. Joking aside this probably opens up a pathway(excuse) for a possible conflict(war) with Iran.
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