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  1. What do you consider a "kitchen table FFL"? I am an FFL and I run my business out of my home and I am listed on the ATF's web sight. Anyone who is a Federal Firearms Licensee is listed on the web site, and they are just as able to do a transfer as anyone else. I do them for $20 all day long.
  2. gunbroker.com has a good listing of FFL's that you can search from: http://www.gunbroker.com/FFL/DealerNetwork.aspx
  3. Thanks for all the comments and opinions. I am STILL on the fence since there are a lot of good arguments for both. One thing I did notice in my research was that it seems almost everyone is sold out of the standard Draco's right now, but I was able to find Mini's. What to do, what to do???
  4. I am going to get a Draco here soon but I am on the fence between the standard Draco and the Mini Draco. I understand that the Mini is about 5" or so shorter than the standard, other than that, why would I choose one over the other? Pro, cons, good, bad - give me your opinion. Thanks!
  5. Still trying to find a graphic file of this. If anyone has it and is willing to share it, I would appreciate it very much. Thanks
  6. Thanks guys, keep the opinions coming. I should have this $$ in my hands in the next week and its all going to Russian guns
  7. Very good, I will definitely take 5.45 into consideration as well.
  8. SBR's are a little tricky here, but can be done. I have considered the Dragunov/Tiger/SVD but they seem pretty difficult to find. Perhaps I'm not looking in the right places. Curious, why go with a Saiga in 5.45? Thanks
  9. I am in the process of selling a few things that I no longer want and I plan to use the money I get to support my growing firearm addiction. I will have $2000-$2500 to play with. I want your opinions on what guns you would buy if you had this to spend. I already have a Saiga 12 (IZ-107 24" barrel) in my collection. I am considering a Arsenal SGL21-61, another Saiga 12 w/ 19" barrel (or 2), a Draco, a Russian Vepr 7.62x54R, maybe a Saiga IZ-132 just to play with. I would like to focus on just getting the guns right now, I will worry about converting/upgrading later with other money. I alr
  10. Thanks, if I can't get a hold of the graphic, I will end up buying one... hate to do that when I have the vinyl cutter and vinyl to do it myself.
  11. Here is mine, a fresh virgin, right out of the box (I filled in the lettering) with a couple of her old "comrades"
  12. Lettering was done with a crayola crayon and a shop rag. Fill in the recesses, wipe excess away with rag, done I have been told that tire crayons from the auto parts store work as well as some grease pencils.
  13. Awesome, I really appreciate that. Any file type is fine, I have Photoshop so EPS PNG JPG whatever. Thanks!
  14. I tried that but it turned out crappy. I took a pic of my box then imported it in Photoshop and traced it, and the outcome was the pic I posted at the beginning.
  15. Thanks! The lettering was easy, only took a few minutes. I have thought about cutting the barrel down and rethreading it, but from what I have read I may have to have some work done on the gas ports to make it cycle and function correctly. Still not sure, but I may just leave it as-is and just get another one with the 19" barrel.
  16. Hello, I am looking for a good, high quality graphic of the Izhmash logo. I have tried to search on the forum here and on Yahoo images and was unable to find one of good quality. I have a vinyl cutter and want to make a sticker for my car. If anyone has one or knows where I can find one, please let me know. Thanks! Edit: I am looking for this one
  17. Hello all, I have been lurking around for a little while and now I have just received my first Saiga 12 IZ107 (hopefully not my last). It seems as though there is a wealth of knowledge and information available on this site. I look forward to all of your input and assistance (after I use the search function of course). I can already see that this is going to be an addiction. I'm still not sold on this long barrel, but it was the only length available when I ordered it. I already have a list a mile long of the conversion parts and customization I want to do to her. Here she is, i
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