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  1. Let's start with figuring out the year it was made. The first two numbers in the serial number are the year.
  2. I couldn't do much but every little bit helps. Things like this happen sometimes and they shape our perspective on what matter and what doesn't, both eternally and temporally.
  3. Maybe it was something he had been thinking about for a while and finally got around to it. If it was, he has an impressive memory.
  4. You will need to do some fitting in any regular AK fire control group, some more than others. You may be able to make the other dust cover work with some modification. The most important thing about the dust cover is to make sure the ejection port is big enough.
  5. Is there a GoFundMe account or something? All I saw there was the story.
  6. I appreciate the kind words and I am glad you are enjoying it. There is some love in that evl little shotgun. I'm going to run that hacked up bolt until it breaks, lol. I couldn't believe it survived testing. ETA: It won't allow me to post any pics either. Wait... imgur.com to the rescue!
  7. It is a star now. I'm going to see how long it lasts. I may actually put in my SBS just to put some rounds on it. People like to try and look at the action on mine. I'll let them copy that, lol. Oh yeah, super lightweight bolt, that's my secret... ;) So funny, I was thinking about you a matter of about 5 seconds before I came here. Pretty sure tomorrow is the day!
  8. May 2020 be the best year if your life so far.
  9. I like that. However, with the mag being right there I'd forgo the AVG.
  10. Time is the most significant squandering of this existence and it is so great to spend some of it well It sounds like great times you will never forget.
  11. I am pretty sure I have one left over from when I modified an MD-20 for use in a Vepr-12 magwell. Email me your address and I'll send it to you if I can find it. My memory is very bad but I could have sworn I saw it today looking through some old parts bins.
  12. Oh yeah, keep what you have as long as it hasn't been hacked up. This is a prime example of what I mean...
  13. Here is some general info about the process that I put together. I am not a lawyer and do not play one on TV. Gunfun, if you see any glaring issues with this please do let me know and I will address it. Thank you! ATF Efile info Go here, scroll all the way to the bottom and register... https://eforms.atf.gov/EForms/faces/userProfile/login.jspx?_afrLoop=194692627991162454&_afrWindowMode=0&_adf.ctrl-state=thnacpwi_4 You will need to make a decision on how you want to apply on the Form 1.Individual applicant: Some choose to do it as themselves, individual. No one else can have access to the weapon or possession of it but you in this case. When you die, someone needs to understand that there is a limited amount of time to do a decedent transfer of ownership. Technically, no one else can be in possession of it or have access to it, so it could create legal issues. I do not recommend applying as an individual unless you have no relatives that you actually like, no friends, and really don't give a rip what happens to the item after you are gone. That is about as efficiently as I can state it. OR... Trust Applicant: Most people choose to use a trust as it offers a bit more flexibility and has a beneficiary named to leave the item to in the event of your death. It is a lot more clear cut when dealing with the ATF about transfer of ownership and, as I understand it, they cannot automatically seize it if they are compelled to do that since it is part of a trust. Trustees can be in possession of the item while you are not in direct control of it. If you plan to keep the weapon in a safe and someone else has access to it, it is a good idea to name them as a trustee on the trust. You may be able to get around that access issue with a trigger lock or something else of that nature, but I am not sure and I am not a lawyer.Where to get a trust: Go to https://www.silencershop.com/catalog/product/view/id/251/s/nfa-gun-trust/category/5/ and for $129 you can have a gun specific trust created or have a lawyer do it that understands the process. You get to name it. Remember that name has to be engraved in the weapon, so keep it short. Don't make it anything like the 'John Edward Doe and Jane Elizabeth Doe Family Firearms NFA Gun Revocable Living Trust'. I have seen it done that way and it is patently stupid considering it will need to be engraved on the weapon as well as the city and state. It does not have to be your name. It can be whatever you want. Mine is evlblkwpnz trust, for example. Nice and short, unique too. They may ask you to provide a bunch of trustee names. The best thing to do is wait until you have approvals for what you want before you add any. Any trustee that you add will need to get fingerprints and passport photos done for each Form 1 and Form 4 application, so I recommend keeping the amount of trustees to a minimum (1, a good choice would be a trusted family member or very trusted friend who respects firearms, the law, and has good walking around sense) and make sure they will not drag their feet getting prints and photos done later on so the process for future applications will not take 50 forevers to complete. The trustee can be in possession of the item without you being there to babysit it and being in direct control of it. You will need to name a beneficiary for it to be a legitimate trust (as far as I know, which may be wrong), but the beneficiary does not need to be mentioned in the application process. It does not have to be a family member. I recommend making sure this person actually wants to inherit a firearm, will do the necessary legal steps to take possession of it properly and legally when you die, and will not get themselves in trouble with it. A friend who loves firearms and may not ever be able to afford a nice SBS or whatever who would truly cherish it would be a great choice. You can add all of the items you want to this type of trust, silencers, short rifles, short shotguns, money, etc. Weapon info to be submitted in the Form 1 Application to Make and Register: In section 4 of the Form 1... Box AManufacturer will be Izhmash, RussiaLook on the weapon for importer markings. Include that importer name and location info too. It is usually toward the rear of the weapon.Box BShort Barreled ShotgunBox C12 gaBox DSaiga-12Box EBarrel length will be 8.0"Box FOverall length will be 26.75"Box GSerial numberBox H This will have your individual name or trust name and location where the item/s will be kept. Examples: Individual... Your full name (YOUR CITY), (YOUR STATE) Trust... (TRUST NAME) TRUST (YOUR CITY), (YOUR STATE) Box IAny lawful purpose
  14. Why not a pellet heater? I don't recall any significant smoke, etc from the one my in-laws have in MI. It put out some awesome heat too. Also, is there anything that restricts the exhaust, at all? I remember my grandmother's wood stove sucking a ton of air in and not really smelling a lot of smoke. Have you tried using it just to see what the effect on your wife is? It may not be as extreme as she anticipates. I can't blame her for being anxious about it. I'm sure she has had her share of traumatizing moments not being able to breathe. If it doesn't work out and money isn't a concern you could get a propeller shaft section from a cargo ship, build an induction heater for it, and have glowing (red, orange, white, how far do you want to go) radiant heat in a matter of seconds if your induction heater is powerful enough. You could also rig a timer up on it and just do a blip of radiant heat every 30 minutes or so. A glowing propeller shaft would retain a lot of heat for a while and it would do it with no smoke after initially burning any oils, paints, etc off of it. Dream... and dream big
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