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ErikTaylor

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About ErikTaylor

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  • Birthday 03/13/1984

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  1. ErikTaylor

    new layout??

    I like this new format. It looks good!
  2. ErikTaylor

    New saiga 12 owner!!!

    so you think the vplug would help with over gassing? The V plug definitely will help with that issue. If it is over gassed, which it seems to have plenty, then this will help control how much gas is used to increase the longevity of your S12. Congrats on the new purchase. They are addicting!
  3. ErikTaylor

    Check out my first S12 build!

    That looks great!
  4. ErikTaylor

    My completed Saiga 12 Conversion

    That looks great! Well worth the work!
  5. ErikTaylor

    Do you trust your S-12

    With the one I just picked up? No way. I have no idea who did the conversion work, how big the ports are, and even if it functions correctly (haven't fired it yet). However once I get inside of it and correct any issues and re-evaluate it through firing, then yes at that point I would trust it with my life. These are phenomenal weapons and once their tuned there is no stopping them!
  6. ErikTaylor

    My Saiga 12 from start to finish

    I would suggest 3 ports at 3/32, or 4 at 5/64. Not 4 at 3/32. Pauly is right with those port sizes. For myself I really wanted the capability to run Wally World Winchester through it, and even though it is over gassed I have the V-Plug to tame it so I don't bash the rear trunnion. Also I rarely shoot high power slugs or anything like that in my S12 which again would alleviate the likely hood of a damaged trunnion. Wow Milpond that looks great. It is a bitch though isn't it? Halfway through I thought, "Why did I even do this?" haha but in the end I'm glad the way it turned out. Yours too! No problem. I'm glad this thread was able to help you. I'm going to redo another one and I'm going to have to go back to this thread. HAHA. I'm glad that you benefited from this. If you have any questions please feel free to PM me.
  7. ErikTaylor

    Saiga 12s in stock at many of my local shops.

    I just found a used one (early 01 w/o threaded barrel or BHO) for $430. I swiped that thing up in a heart beat! It also came already converted, an MD drum, and 3 5 rounders. Oh yea and also 400 rounds of ammo!
  8. I have bills. I have one of the most custom Saiga 12's you could possibly put together. It cycles birdshot 100% reliably now, and anything else you want to put it in. It also cycles the low recoil and less than lethal stuff without a hiccup. Here are the services that have been done to it. 1) Moved the charing handle on the left hand side. This makes operating the S12 a lot easier. 2) Polished all the internals and reshaped them to make an ultra smooth cycling S12. 3) Enlarged the gas ports to the correct diameter. The drunk Russians had 4 different sized ports in my gun which caused FTE's in this. No longer a problem. 4) Enlarged the gas block hole. Again with the drunk Russians they pressed the gas block on, but the hole wasn't aligned and it blocked some of the gas ports in the barrel not allowing gas to get into the system to work correctly. 5) Of course did the conversion to make this a more compact shotgun. The shotgun is 922 compliant and the trigger is ultra smooth. 6) Welded an extended magazine release to it so you can drop mags now with your right index finger. Now here are the parts on the S12 (only top of the line parts) Stock S12 Ace folding stock Ace folding mechanism Internal receiver block Tromix D-I-Y trigger guard Tapco FCG Krebs safety lever HK sights Tromix oversized charging handle SAW grip Chaos tri rail KAC rail covers KAC foregrip Phoenix door breacher brake 3 point sling Rail attachment for sling MD Arms V plug MD Arms drum Surefire 12 round mag 3 factory 5 rounders KA puck Between just the parts there's over $1500 in the gun, not to mention all the weld work, conversion work, and reliability work which is another several hundred. You won't find a sweeter shooting S12. Price: $1300 SOLD Trades: AK74 + cash. .223 ammo + cash. .308 boxer primed ammo + cash.
  9. ErikTaylor

    The Nemesis for Saiga 12

    I never thought I would see a monolithic(ish) S12! I gotta get another S12 now because I just got sights welded to my current one...LOL What's the idea on pricing?
  10. ErikTaylor

    SHARK-12 LIVES!!!!!

    ^^^^ The cock of steel (as demonstrated with the last 2 drums)
  11. ErikTaylor

    SHARK-12 LIVES!!!!!

    Sweet looking conversion. At first sight I thought..."How the fuck did he install that stock upside down?" Then I kept reading..haha. Let us know how she shoots!
  12. ErikTaylor

    Off Topic: ACOG for Buddy in the Box

    There isn't anything you can do to destroy it short of putting it on top of an IED.
  13. ErikTaylor

    what paint color for conversion touch up

    The black krylon worked great, until I decided to go OD. It's perfect and cheap for a non hi contact area, as I mean there's not a lot that's going to get up there and scratch it.
  14. ErikTaylor

    Just Another Conversion (But It Is Mine!)

    Nice weapon. They are addicting aren't they?
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