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  1. I will be happy to throw some gas money and a little extra ( for shipping and the trouble) if somebody close to Pauly can go get parts back. I shipped mine in Sept so I know he probably has not gotton them done yet. If he is selling his equipment then (obviously) it's a sure sign none of our stuff will be completed by Pauly. Any one with me on this? and WHO? would be willing to go get parts? Next question would be..Where do we all go from here?...My Saiga was jamming every other shot (and that was with puck/spring and other adjustments); I would still like to have my parts processed. Who is
  2. I got the drum as a rarity\novelty. Not something I would blow off at the range, but a "nice touch" I know very little about SKS "history" or "types" or "values" I just know I got a nice looking one.....
  3. It is in top condition....no flaws I can notice and the preban drums are hard to come by Just another one of my issues where I want to add something that I will use (potentially more), but dont have money to have both due to those damn bills Another view.... Closer view
  4. Finally got some pics...... Preban 75 round drums (also got my 10 round original) Might sell for a Glock in .45acp
  5. I understand. Not sure about black bear vs 7.62x39, that is a good question. I could see it at close range dealing damage to a cat like a mountain lion. x39 will take down a boar and they're pretty tough, go through briar bushes like cannonballs. You can get a Glock in .45 and get a conversion barrel for 10mm and shoot both .45 ACP and 10mm with the conversion barrel and 10mm mags. Thats good to know....may sell of one of my optics to help fund that (Kobra Russian optic ekp-08-02 )
  6. I should hear back in a day or two from the game commission on the regulations (which I will post) My biggested concern is 7.62x39 adequate.....Dont really want to spend money on at 10mm or .44 mag or 50S&W if I have what I need in my Sam7k Of course I will own one of those other pistols in the future maybe a glock in .45acp or 10mm
  7. Thanks on the two point...... I hunt deer with shotgun slugs......Just wondering about larger\aggressive game that I am not hunting and may encounter in emergency situation. Is the 7.62x39 caliber up to the task for say bear or large cat?
  8. Just sent email off to Game Commissioner to see if it is allowed. My main question is if the ballistics justify......
  9. It is a registered pistol. I can conceal carry it, if I choose to stuff in under a coat or something to that effect. I believe you can carry concealed as secondary for hunting
  10. I have heard many stories arguing whether is should be: Semi auto Revolver (single or double action) .44Mag .10MM .50 S&w .45 .357 ETC Maybe your bow hunting, or deer hunting in bear country, or you in Area 51.....whatever I started thinking....shit, I have a Sam7K and yeah 8-9lbs is heavy, but 5-75 round capability with 7.62x39 sounds nice! Also, I can leave out the semiauto jamming bullshit...this one isnt going to jam. So what do you think of it on a single point sling as a secondary for hunting? I read the 7.62x39 is equal to 30/30 Winchester? That make
  11. From what I have been told, also purchasing for a spouse is not a straw purchase.
  12. I am by no means a sheep and could give a rats ass about most peoples opinions, but: I Love me a Chic-Fil-A sandwich Believe in Supporting Freedom of Speech Believe in some of the "old fashion" Christian ideals of Chic-Fil-A (even though it would be nice to eat one on a Sunday) Two days before Christmas, an unnamed group launched a social media campaign urging fans to participate in National Chick-Phil-A Day on Jan. 21, 2014, by throwing on their best "Duck Commander" or camo gear and eating at the fast-food chain which was in hot water in 2012 after its COO spoke out against same-se
  13. Keep reading up.....If you like it, go for it. If something is a little more cash, but much better quality.....save alittle more. The process that the milled Bulgarians use are much better than most (from everything I have read) Keep in mind, for the average shooter (most of those, including me, on this site), the internals (springs, trigger, maybe barrel, etc) are what are going to break\wear down from tons of use........the receiver stamped or milled would be the last of my concern Good Luck
  14. http://gma.yahoo.com/south-carolina-gov-nikki-haley-finds-575-pistol-202303070--abc-news-politics.html
  15. Cobra...that Holiday show put a smile on my face Hog....yours was truly disturbing
  16. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/russia-targets-cross-border-online-shoppers-duty-rules-101710713--sector.html
  17. Got a Russian replacement carrier for my 7.62x39 rifle to use at the range instead of my InterDemons vertical
  18. Cant go wrong either way...... Mikhail liked his milled tube.jpg.bmp
  19. This is what I'm shooting.... Arsenal’s Exclusive Milled And Forged Receiver Each SAM7R receiver is milled from a hot-die hammer forged receiver blank by the Arsenal Co. of Bulgaria. Other milled-receiver AKs are machined from bar stock, but Arsenal’s hot-die hammer forging produces stronger and finer-grained steel. Internal voids and cooling deformations are eliminated by the 5-ton hammer forging process. Cold hammer-forged 16.3” barrel from Arsenal’s Bulgarian factory, built on Steyr manufacturing technology Hard-chrome plated bore and chamber
  20. You noticed better accuracy with a thicker stamped reciever, but none with a milled? Interesting. I havent shot the Vepr, but my Bulgarian milled is much more accurate than my Saiga
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