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  1. I made some shims out of Delrin and adhered them in place with Loctite adhesive. The have been in place for 4 yers now. I can't remember the exact Loctite number I used but it was a cyanoacrylate. Checkout Loctite #454 or #410. I used #770 primer on the surfaces first then I adhered them in place and put a magazine in and left it to cure for a day. I called Loctite tech support and told them what I was doing. They gave me the numbers and sent me samples of each product.
  2. ak01q

    cheap .308 ammo?

    True, I've never shot a .308 from my 308 Saiga yet, just 7.62x51
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    My 308

    The bolt isn't polished. It's actually finished in the same material as the rest of the rifle only in silver. It's a baked enamel type of finish. What brand did you use? I'm thinking that's a better option than bead-blasting for me. No worries about rust or buying the blasting equipment. Nice setup! It was finished at AK- USA.
  4. Take a look at the pics in the 308 forum under the topic "My 308, Part 31". See if this is what you want. http://forum.saiga-12.com/index.php?showtopic=11294
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    My 308

    It's the original FSB with an adapter welded onto it. The compensator was then screwed onto the adapter and (unfortunately because it was done before Sept 2004) the compensator was welded onto the adapter.
  6. ak01q

    My 308

    The bolt isn't polished. It's actually finished in the same material as the rest of the rifle only in silver. It's a baked enamel type of finish.
  7. ak01q

    My 308

    It's a Harris brand. You can get them most anywhere. It's nice but I don't use it much, I get better accuracy by hand.
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    My 308

    Last pic.
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    My 308

    Here's more pics.
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    My 308

    I know I was supposed to post pics a couple years ago but better late than never!
  11. I've not heard of a Saiga that was anything other than a semi-auto, that's the way their designed. Take off the top cover and remove the bolt carrier. Is there a piston attached to it? If so then you're on your way.
  12. Power Customs Inc. 29739 Highway J Gravois Mills, Mo 65037 Randal Power (573)372-5684 Call him, there is a model for the 308. There is a difference in the hammer.
  13. The RPK top cover from K-Var is the same as the original Saiga. It has no ribbing and is a little thicker. http://www.k-var.com/product.asp?0=211&1=215&3=129
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