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  1. No it won't fall apart. Take a small screwdriver and gently pop-off each fastener and the cover will come off, that's all. Further disassembly can be accomplished from there.
  2. Working on it. The mag catch pins will be in next week also. Oh Greg, you're the man, I've been in need of a new pin, as mine has been worn on one side and tends to slide out after a while.
  3. I found a pouch that works great. Only problem is, I'm not sure if there are any available. It's a German flectar camo bag. Not sure was it was orignally used for but it's great for Saiga 12 mags. It has 3 inside pockets that will hold 4 stick mags, 8 rounders, if you lengthen the straps on the buckles for the lid (the lid also has velcro so you can get to your mags quicker if you want) you can get 10 rounders in. Anyway, 4 stick mags and a 20 round drum. I believe an MD 20 would fit fine, a little tighter than my Promag 20. Or, two 20 round drums fit well also. So if you see any G
  4. DO THE CONVERSION YOURSELF!! I did mine and I never did work like this on a firearm before. Like you, I was looking for one of the advertisers on this forum to do it for me. But thanks to the great people on this forum that kept telling me to do it myself and the help from the videos(watch them over and over,until you fully understand what to do)I finally decided to try it. Like you, I was nervous about hacking away metal on my gun that I just paid for. Just watch the vidoes alot, once you fully understand what must be done, then go slow and be patient. If you run into any problems the
  5. I will let everyone know as to how the Promag drums perform over time. Or at least how the two I have perform and hold up.
  6. I did'nt post on that other forum, but I will tell everyone here what my expirience is with drums. I had an MD 20, it worked great. I sold it and got most my money back(at the time they cost $225) Recently I bought 2 Promag 20's. One ran great out of the gate, the other however broke when I tried to load the fifth round into it. I called Promag and told them the problem, sent the drum back and had a new one within 7 days. Both Promag drums run like champion sprinters. I like the slightly smaller size of the Promag and the smoother edges. Only time will tell as to durability but rel
  7. Slings are the best, I guess some people (like me) just think they have to have everything just in case anything or everything happens.
  8. I have a voodoo scabbard, one of my Saiga's fit, but it's a little tight. The one with the HK sights will not fit, the one with the OEM sights will fit. If you have a quad rail, I don't think it will fit. But if you have a standard handquard or a aftermarket handguard that is slim it will most likely fit.
  9. They have a UPS account # that they'll give you if you ask for shipping. I'm glad Carlos has gotten stuff running smoothly. I'm sure he came into a shitstorm back during my fiasco with the sticks. Good job Bro! I about want to buy a 12 rounder with smoke cover to complement my MD-20s. They look SO much better to me compared to the first clear that ProMag released. Too bad we wouldn't have Carlos following us around with replacement drums with fresh springs in the field. Hopefully they'll get that issue addressed. Quality really does know NO compromise. ETA: Is the double post k
  10. Just wanted to tell my story about the Pro Mag 20rd drum. Bought 2 of them, one worked great from the get go. The second one however came all undone as I was loading in the fifth round. It sounded like the spring broke and unwound very quickly. I called Pro Mag the next day. The person I talked with said send it in with your contact info. I did so, it was delivered to them on June 23rd. On June 30th I recieved a brand new 20rd drum and it runs like a champ. I don't how Pro Mag has dealt with issues with others on this forum or elsewhere, but I was impressed with how they dealt with me
  11. The parts will be OK, but you will have a terrible trigger and the gun just was'nt made to be in the configuration it's in when imported to this country. Do the conversion, If I can do it anyone can. There's no comparison to the gun I have now after the conversion and the gun I had before the conversion.
  12. I have one, it's much better than the standard mag release as far as ease of operation.
  13. Smart move not to take it. Those who do take it will be very sorry they did. We will see what the near future holds as to conspiracy or not. More times than not our so called leaders have been invovled in conspiracy. Truth IS stranger than fiction.
  14. That's what happens when I use the tornado brush on my S 12. That tornado brush does one hell of a job huh.
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