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  1. The 8M3 was a cheap bullet that was demonstrated to be terminally effective in a couple mediums including a hog, by a handful of people a few years back when it was loaded in wolf military classic. It was a great cheap hollowpoint that was capable of producing great wounds without spending federal premium or winchester super-x money. Many even prefer that round over the higher quality hunting stuff
  2. From the first Ad: "THIS IS A NEW IN BOX Serbian MADE AK 47. I ONLY FIRED IT A FEW TIMES TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING RAN SMOOTH. I CLEAN AND OIL OFTEN. RIFLE STAYS IN A VERY NICE GUN CASE THATS ALSO INCLUDED" Not only is it not new, but it also isnt in its correct box. What a hack
  3. I have pulled off quite a few gasblocks for saiga 12s and although its not my favorite thing to do I have the ability. I appreciate the advice and offer from cobra, I will get a picture when possible, not sure if i can capture the problem well enough to be able to see if its too far gone, I was contemplating trying to shorten the screw and see if it grabs or using a self tapping screw, but ideally i would like it to use the correct hardware
  4. I have a saiga 12 that has a good portion of the gas block threads and original handguard screw threads stipped to the point that the handguard wont properly screw on to satisfactory level. What do you guys suggest within reason to correct this issue? I'm guessing that I will have to remove and re-tap the gas block to a different thread that would be a larger diameter and also change to a reciprocating screw. I'd like to think I'm wrong or maybe I missed the surplus or aftermarket replacement that would allow me to keep it as it should be. Thanks for any help you might offer
  5. I think you'd have to cut the barrel back some to get it to thread that muzzle device without it looking off with a barrel exposed in the gap. Maybe I'm mistaken, I'd love to be mistaken about that.
  6. Shipping FFL to FFL or must my FFL except shipment from an individual?
  7. I have pretty much any color in either NIB, what were you thinking for number of mags per what stock? Prefer military surplus or US Palm poly.
  8. Havent heard from him still. Guessing that it hs sold. If not Im still in.
  9. Some rifles have less clearance between the mag release and the reciever, I have seen it especially with MAK-90s and Saiga sporters. Sometimes the top of the release needs to be leveled out or opened up. Of course you can overdo it and the best practice is to file the cheapest part first. On a MAK90 I have, the top of the catch was higher on one side than the other, some light fileing later and it was more accepting of various mags and without extra wiggle. A saiga or two I've sold would not accept any mag other than the factory five they shipped with. These had to be opened up to accept stand
  10. Tritium is correct as to the minimum that a FFL must keep old 4473 forms on file. Others are correct in that if the FFL closes as an FFL the records are supposed to get sent in. Face to face is all up to the paper work done by those involved and the copies they might have made for the other party. If the FFL is audited then the ATF looks at whatever they choose to, it can be quick about one thing, or a complete review of everything. Check the ATF website for more information than you'll ever want to read.
  11. Was this something you carried at all? Humidity and sweat are playing two different games, the salinity and acidity of the humidity a human body makes is both varying person to person, and much more corrosive than humidity typically found in areas not close to salt water bodies. Despite this we still would expect the metal not to rust, but I've seen it happen in a number of different handguns by different makers. Hk and Glock have great finishes, M&P, Sigs and a good amount of others are descent but can rust when carried daily even if taken care of somewhat regularly. What type of oil
  12. I have a TRS25 and never had a problem with it, but check the front lense for correct placement, I've seen two that were jacked up
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