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Everything posted by Crusader

  1. The suppressed .50cal episode was really good!!! As for the Vince saga, I predict that he will return in later episodes and make things right with Will. Can't tell if this was a real conflict or staged drama, either way it does seem to add intrique to future episodes. Almost like a heavily armed soap opra. Although I tend to just focus on the guns, my wife actually gets drawn into these dramas. Perhaps the produces are using these dramas to maximize the viewing audiance. Not unheard of in reality TV.
  2. I think I may have missed the original airing of that episode. For me it was new.
  3. The episode this week was awsome!!! So much time has passed from when I saw the previous episode, I was not sure if some of the story line was going to continue, such as the saga with Kris's crush on Stephanie. At first, I didn't know what to think about this until my wife asked about it during this week's episode. Once there was even a slight hint that this saga was going to be continuing, my wife sat and watched the show with me. Absolutely brilliant!! I watch the show for the engineering aspects of it and now my wife watches it for the more soap apera aspects. This additional story line may
  4. I am still running mine. Did a 3-gun tournament last weekend and it ran flawlessly. Only problem (outside of my abilty) was a slug that did not eject properly but this was not related to LRBHO. Lost count of the rounds with it but it is well over 500-600 without problems. Once it is shaped and installed to working order, I think that it is as reliable as any other part on the gun.
  5. Has anyone but me had any success with these? I am supprised that the LRBHO devise is rarely discussed anymore dispite the long wait. I am still enjoying mine and plan on installing a second one.
  6. When does the next new episode air? Discovery channel has some myth buster show on during the Son of Gun time.
  7. Maybe adding material is not the answer, especially if you had to sand. The important thing is that you proved that it is possible to get both types of mags to work in the same well, which was the point I intended to make.
  8. I had actually seen a cannon like that at the Fort Benning Infantry Musium. Great episode!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9. INDEED Now with the experience under your belt, would you feel confident enough to put together a supplemental video together that would enhance the one Bridis did that would help fill in the blanks for those like me who are sitting on the sidelines with the kit in hand but not enough confidence yet to tackle it? I was thinkin of clear close ups of it in the gun with commentary on what you did to make it successful. It would be a needed addition to the Saiga community. Good report, indeed. The pictures of the "Beak being shaped to clear the bolt face" is most likely the part t
  10. Took a couple of tries, but once I figured out the concept it really was not that hard.
  11. You could PM Tom Cole and GunFixer. They could tell you first hand since each has their own design. I could only comment on the Cadiz LRBHO as used in a JT MAGWELL. I chose not to use the MD20 drum due to ergonomics and I can have a faster mag change over with stick mags used in a magwell.
  12. Please look at my Pictures in the Cadiz LRBHO Range Report thread

  13. Added Pictures of my Cadiz LRBHO device to my thread

  14. Mine is reliable. See the pictures in the Cadiz LRBHO Range Report post. http://forum.saiga-12.com/index.php?/topic/69720-cadiz-lrbho-range-report/
  15. Here are the pictures of how I chose to set up my Cadiz LRBHO device. I chose to use a larger screw than the one Tom provides. I got this rubber coated one at Lowes: Some complain about the bolt shutting and loading the first round when a new mag is inserted. Mine only does that rarely, but I use my trigger fingure to ensure the bolt closes when I want it to using my trigger fingure to disengage the LRBHO, just like a MAGPUL B.A.D. See the following drill: 1: I got this screw from Lowes, better ergonomics than the one provided 2: Trigger Fingure ensures LRBHO does not diseng
  16. Some people may very well start off with a level 4 mod and be just fine, but consider someone with no mechanical experiance. A rating system could give them a heads up as well as guide them through a skilled progression. I speak from experiance. I got the Cadiz LRBHO device to work perfectly not only because of Tom's advice and Bridis's video, but also because of my experiance with the JT MAGWELL. I would not have had the aplitude to successfully complete the JT MAGWELL Mod without the experiance of the FCG and stock conversion. Therefore, for me, each project increased my competance which ena
  17. Great reply from a buisness Member. I attempted to add some metrics to each definition level suchs as cutting or drilling a specified number of parts, a definition that is less subjective. However, your point is well taken. Perhaps, we really can't equate this hobby to model rockets.
  18. I missed it man , Ted Nugent was in town yesterday and we all went to his concert..Working with Chris and the UZITalk Forum spec'ing out the uzi was a good thing for me too , I love those little guns . Will Will, Are there any plans to make the Uzi's available through RJ? I see them on other sites at times and it seems the barrel length is always unorthodox. The one in last night's episode would be the exact size I am looking for. ------ NRA Life Member not at all . we did it as a joint project with the UziTalk boy's . The idea was to do it in a manner that folks so inclined a
  19. Think about the model rocket hobby. What if Estes had no rating scale. Your first rocket could unintentionally be a Saturn V verses a Alpha rocket. I agree that there should be no liabilty and no one needs their hands held, but a rating scale would increase the chances that they will seek to increase their skill level before taking on too much.
  20. I have suggested this before, but in less detail. I don't recall this ever being tried though.
  21. With all the various aftermarket mod kits available for the saiga that requires various different skill levels, I see the need for a skill level rating scale like what they have for model rockets. I propose that this scale be voluntary applied by buisness members. This will help prevent NOOBE customers from getting in over their head on mods and thus complaining needlessly on the forum. My proposed scale: Level I (beginner)= for mods that do not change the form of fit of the saiga. Example would be the magazines, gunfixer plug, auto plug, ect. Level II (Entry level)= for mods that
  22. But with a magwell it might work.
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