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  1. there has been obvious trollers, on other sites, trying to Poo-poo all threads concerning this... start your phone wars to your congressmen now!
  2. Yep, and thank God I am one of them. Allthough you can't trust that lying sack of crap Rick Perry. He got re-elected on stateing one thing, " if the federal govt. won't build a fence, then I will!" He now attends every CFR and Builderburger meeting he can find.
  3. and if you think they are not specifically targeting reloaders on this as well, read this: The main threat to hand-loading is legislation that mandates "encoded ammunition" by June 2011. I'm not sure how many states have passed these laws, but my local gun shop said two of them are close to Ohio. These laws would require you to dispose of ALL un-encoded ammunition by 2011. Encoded ammo would need to have a seriel number inside the brass, and a matching serial number on the bottom of the bullet (not the casing). Reloads would not have the required matching serial number on the bullet. S
  4. didn't know where else to put this; http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=...mp;pageId=95733 you need to start calling your congressmen, and whitehouse, now! hope the moderators put this everywhere!!!
  5. not to sound stupid; but if yo uadd the bullet guide , are you telling me that then the Saiga factory mags, and the aftermarket Saiga mags no longer worky?
  6. Oh no; I see it can use the origional trigger guard, you just need to get the extra screws for it to be used.
  7. cool , good info; so then the origional Saiga trigger guard no worky, huh?
  8. I just tried to email them earlier, but got a failure notice. So I figured the homies here would know; I just bought 2 of the fabulous trigger pacs from Texas ak, now a vendor listed on Saiga 12, and I am going to go ahead and do full conversion However, if I buy the buttstock, and pistol grip from Dinzag, along with the bullet guides, do the stock and grip, as well as other parts, come with the neces- sary hardware/screws/nuts/etc. to assemble them/put them on? and if not, does Dinzag sell the hardware? Thanks Rangerruck.
  9. 5.45 is a superior flesh killer; what it is , a lead bullet, in the core, a short steel rod, then a blank space, then lead , just a bit, in the top cap, followed by hollow point or soft tip. so when it penetrates, the front of the bullet crushes down, and curves a bit, to spill through flesh like a wheat sickle blade. then , when it hits dsomething hard, the tip mushes down, the steel core piece comes slamming through the empty space, into the front of the bullet, where it blows the front of the bullet into pieces, when it slams into the rear of it. Nasty!!!! from point blank range , out
  10. cool ,was not sure about that; if you buy a hicap from the above places, do they tell you this, in any paperwork that may come with the mag? I would think it strange if they did not.
  11. I know that master's, and surefires, are considered 3 parts for 922. However, if you don't convert your 308 saiga, is it still then perfectly legal to use these mags, or do we still need to change out 1 other part?
  12. I know, one has nothing to do with the other, but here goes. I just talked to Big John , the owner , FACE TO FACE, of ammunitiontogo.com , so this is the straight deal, if you buy a case of Eley mach 2 ammo, that is 2000 rounds, your cost will be 139.00 plus shipping. You must call or email the receptionist, tell them you are a member of Rimfirecentral.com, and ask for the eley/139 dollar deal on, and you will get it!!! How schweet. Also he was not sure, but he said his most expensive shipping is usually from here (Texas) to Delaware or Maine, an that shipping was like 10 or 11 bucks for t
  13. the saiga should be a 1/9 twist, and it should stablize up to about 69 to maybe 72 grainers, bigger stuff will start to get wild.
  14. hmmm... I would think not, since the modded mag is gonna make the bullet jump sooner, than the ramp that is in the inside of the AK.
  15. here is the most underrated scope on the market; What is so good about it? It is sold in the plastic blister pacs only, and is made in large runs every now and then, for about the last 15 years. If you read the outside of the pac, it is ADULT AIR RATED, BREAK BBL, SPRING PISTON RATED. So then you know it can take recoil; it also adjusts focus down to 7.5 ft, which is awesome. it is also smallish sized, so it does not look huge on your rifle, even rimfires. There is absolutely nothing not to like about this scope. especially since you can buy it for around 50 bucks!!!! here is a bi
  16. here is a post from the owner/mfgr of the product; just remember, he is a genious. A mad, eccentric, crazy genious; I apologize the current Moly-Fusion for guns has been on hold for a while, but needs to happen right now, and it is not just for retail, but more than that. Unfortunately with a new product, there is a developement time, and without a large company, a launch date is dependent on other factors. While it will be available in a matter of days now, it was a matter of weeks in June, but chemistry can take longer than expected. I apologize for that, but chemistry i
  17. i HAVE been placing this bit on several of my fave sites; the dude has a fantastic product, but is thinking of dropping sales for retail, and just going for industrial, which would be great for him but bad for all of us. Industrially, it has a ton of heat and friction reducing abilities, but it is freakin fantastic inside of bbls, and i don't want him dropping us alltogether. He is a sponsor on another site, and has been frank about not enough orders coming in for him on the retail side, without him either making some drastic changes, or dropping us individuals alltogether. So i say, bu
  18. this is not molybdenum but a diff material alltogether. Again, as an end user, I can say this product does work great!!! Also , that is their old stats msg on what it does, the new product is more in line with industrial purposes... I have used this product a bunch. And here is maybe the best tip yet on how slick it is. A friend of mine has never had the inclination to own a milsurp, especially a mosin. Now my mosin, I dipped in sweetshooters for a week, then in syth oil for a week, then did a molyjob on the bore, and put some on the inside of the receiver, and outside the bolt. if you t
  19. for those who do not know; the molyfusion is being updated by the inventor right now. The new formula should be ready by the end of the month. For those who don't know, this is a fabulous product, and I highly suggest you get some. In a nutshell, it combines, COMBINES, with your bore metal, to become a diff metalurgically chemical bond alltogether. it makes your bore smoother, tighter, faster, easier to clean, and it does this foreever. I have rifles that I molyied 4 years ago, and they are still fantastic. i side benefit, that is not claimed, yet many who have tried it will allude to;
  20. Uh... I don't see the trigger in that bottom pic...
  21. I have heard 1/10, 1/9, and even 1/7, which all may be true since they have been made over the last 5-7 years. I would say to check it yourself, and know for sure.
  22. You know, it is a funny thing... When I first bought Saigas, seems about 5-7 years ago, their accuracy was good, so good in fact, that at the time I had a 223 and a 308. I first had them scoped, but afterwards, my thinking became, ' a shft gun, sleek , light, nothing to catch on the F.U. vines, handy, etc., whether for pigs or zombies, i really don't need these scoped or sighted, plus I am blessed to have very good long range sight. Then I sold all my old saigas, and got out of 308, and thought, I am going to straight bolt actions, faster and slicker, with no mags, just straight internal 5 r
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