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  1. Hello, I'm looking for a .223 Saiga (stock or converted) PM with any details. Thanks.
  2. WTB REAL OR U.S REPLICA AK74 M/B AND THREAD ADAPTER Hello, I'm looking for the AK 74 muzzle brake that has the 24mm RH thread, the thread adapter that goes from 14mmLH to 24mm RH and that it can be used foe 7.62x39mm cal.Please PM for information and prices. Thanks
  3. UPDATE: I contacted the Conneaut, Ohio Police Dept and spoke w/ a detective assigned to the case. It turns out the guy was already in jail for trying to sell the same rifle to a guy in Texas. I sent all documents that may be related to the case. His partner has emailed me apologizing up and down stating there's been a misunderstanding and the the money was en route back to me. We'll see what happens in the following days. Thanks to everybody for the support.
  4. I'm sorry but I do not understand. Can you explain that a little more?
  5. I've read that the rail systems that mount on/over the gas tubes may have a tendency to have red dot sights unable to maintain a zero and also the heat the is generated to cause red dot sights to malfunction. Is this true? I was considering to install a UTG AK-47 Quad Rail System on my .223 Saiga and mount a Primary arms M4 type sight on it. Is it best to stick with a standard mount that attaches to the rail on the side of the receiver? Has anyone had positive results with the UTG system? Thanks
  6. I installed the E. German gas tub on my Saiga. I also took the spring off the rear of the stock tube to keep the new tube alittle snug. There's a slight gap (approx 1/16") where the rear of the tube mates up with the rear sight base. Is that going to effect the cycling function? Will it not provide the needed seal for cycling or is it nothing to be concerned about? Thanks
  7. In my own opinion, I understand your statement although I have to disagree with the comparison. But that's what it's all about. Every individual has their own criteria they want met. I believe you can have the best of all worlds. It takes research and experience. You feel you have met your needs and I feel I've met mine. I love my Saiga 223; it's met the criteria that I was looking for; accuracy, functionality, and reliability, While the 308 model has the ability to ingest steel cased ammo, what it lacks (IMO) is not what I was looking for when I was doing my research. I came this close to buying a VEPR, (awesome rifle) but to me, it didn't meet one of the things I was looking for either.(In my own opinion). You're right, the board have different factors they wanted to meet and they feel they've made the right choice. And being satisfied in that choice is very important. The folks here have been great. They've helped me with my conversion,I know I can come here to have a question answered, and I hope I can return the favor from the experiences and research the I've done. Thanks for your time and have a nice day.
  8. And about half a dozen makes of brass ammo to start. Ah well takes all kinds cant apply MBR standards to all rifles, best of luck with the Stoner. Why is that? Because it doesn't shoot steel cased ammo? This design started with the AR 10 over 50 years ago. Those rifles have started showing up overseas. So it's not acceptable to have a MBR that can shoot MOA? Please enlighten me. The problem occurred right here. You should get that checked. Enjoy your new rifle, sir. Why is that? Because it doesn't shoot steel cased ammo? This design started with the AR 10 over 50 years ago. Those rifles have started showing up overseas. So it's not acceptable to have a MBR that can shoot MOA? Please enlighten me. Just as I thought..... Thank you for the wishes...You enjoy the evening as well.
  9. And about half a dozen makes of brass ammo to start. Ah well takes all kinds cant apply MBR standards to all rifles, best of luck with the Stoner. Why is that? Because it doesn't shoot steel cased ammo? This design started with the AR 10 over 50 years ago. Those rifles have started showing up overseas. So it's not acceptable to have a MBR that shoots that can shoot MOA? Please enlighten me.
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