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  1. It's not that nobody wants 20 gauges it's just that there aren't enough aftermarket mags to get people interested.
  2. I shoot slugs from my Saiga just fine. Maybe you got a dud.
  3. I have gotten my 20 to run with Winchester AA and Remington value boxes. Federal value sucks for saiga.
  4. madjack

    magazines ?

    Saiga 20 mags have always been hard to find. The batch from Carolina shooters were all duds and they should have been sued for selling faulty products. The ones from Mississpi auto worked awesome and the CSSpecs mags have worked decently
  5. CSSPECS makes pretty good mags. My only gripe is the follower seems kind of flimsy but if you can fit all in the mag it usually turns out working excellent.
  6. WIsh there was a way I could get my money back. I bought these thinking they were legit mags.
  7. I bought 4 mags thinking I was getting a sweet deal. I was pretty disappointed to realize I couldn't get these mags to function. I am regretting not doing research on them before buying. I wish there was a legitimate functioning hi cap magazine for the 20! I know the sanders 13 rounds are functional but now they don't make them.
  8. Yeah I remember when Saigas were $370 to $400. Damn, I miss those days.
  9. Yeah, I had been under the impression that it was magnetic somehow. I swear I heard that somewhere. Sorry for my ignorance. I do believe that the extractor is made for the thick brass casings though. I've never had an issue shooting buck or slugs with the factory mags or the clear 13 round mags by Sanders.
  10. How is the construction and qualty? The pictures make it look pretty awesome
  11. I'm not sure. I think they were made in Flordia though.
  12. madjack

    slide fire

    Yeah, I have noticed that the magazines on the secondary market have not perfected the angle and feeding mechanism for the Saiga. I have observed on the magazine lip of the Russian factory magazines there is a piece of metal that guides the ammo into the chamber of the barrel. This is non existent on some of the secondary market Saiga 20 magazines. Some people suggest to make sure the brass area is riding on the rear of the other bullets in the magazine, and to have the magazine inserted while closing the bolt so that it chambers properly to help aid and prevent damage to the ammo. I am guessing CSSpecs magazines work because of the metal construction and what i have heard from other S20 owners on this forum discussion.
  13. Are you shooting wal mart value pack ammo? The main problem that I and others have observed is that the magnet on the extractor needs to have something to grab a hold of when extracting. The extractor doesn't grab the alloy primer casings and you need to shoot brass. My S20 works fine with Brass and buckshot and slugs. I get bad reliability when I try to use the alloy primer casings. Which magazines are you using?
  14. I'm sorry Wagnikov. I should have clarified. I meant any luck with installing the muzzle brakes from the box. As in, no mods to the barrel thread needed or anything of that nature. I have the original factory threaded barrel on my S20 and want to get that front sight with muzzle brake on it.
  15. I haven't done any mods to the bolt carrier rod. I have noticed that it is hard as hell to remove the puck out of the little hole where it rests though after I shoot. Is there a decent method to getting the puck out?
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