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chase cook

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About chase cook

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  • Birthday 09/05/1989

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  1. Just realized I'm not supposed to post ads on this site unless I am a contributor, and I was posting in the wrong place anyway. Don't want to get in trouble or chance anything so I deleted it, don't know how to delete the thread/ topic though, sorry in advance everyone!
  2. I here ya Bob, prolly a little to early to tell, I think I'm going to buy one after my saiga build to find out myself. But that'll be a little while I really love the features of the akdal such as the similar to m-16 ergonomics, the forward set, non recipricating charging handle from firebird precision arms, and the LRBHO! Idk, I guess only time will tell how awesome the akdal will become! It definetely needs someone to produce drums too!! Maybe a beta style mag
  3. Thanks Topmaul, Gunfun, Jasper, Tony and Litlratt1 for the open mind!!
  4. Thanks Mr. Rumore for giving us your opinion! I too would love to see american manufacturers producing magazine fed shotguns, but I don't see it in our near future unless a start up company who realizes how vital this weapon would be comes into the works. Great point of why the big mfgs have started producing them and makes sense now that I think about it, just sucks for us .. Do you think that a company like yours or the other guys like red jacket, or lonestar arms that currently overhaul saigas will ever build, from the ground up, or bring in the manufacture of a new, american made, magazine fed shotgun? One that comes out of the box with all the features of the upgraded saigas that we need, such as a reliable gas system, manufactured to tighter tolerances, rail systems, better sights, magwell, drums, etc?? If so, why wont this occur? Thanks in advance! -Chase
  5. Thanks for your thoughts so far guys, even the very bias saiga comments which I can only expect lol.. You're bringing up some great points helping form my opinion as well as others. I really would LOVE to here from you who have shot/owned both of these guns, so if this applies to you, PLEASE leave a comment. Hopefully Tony, the guys from firebird precision arms, or any of the others who have shot/manufactured parts for and customized these guns will give us their 2 cents as they would be the most suitable to answer this question. This is the first thread I've started and did not realize how fast i'd get replies so thanks again guys! Please continue to leave your opinions and try to keep an open mind, thanks! -Chase
  6. Okay guys and gals, I am currently building my first saiga and I cannot stress how much I am loving my magazine fed 12 gauge semi-auto!! A twelve gauge AK... What!? None of my friends understand what I'm talking about untill they fire it in person Anyways to get to the subject matter, I have been wondering, out of the box, which shotgun is the one to go with?? For those of you who have owned a saiga and MKA, which one shoots better/ more reliably and has less problems from the start? I know that the quality control from Russia is definetely not the greatest, so is the Turkish shoti manufactured to higher standards? I know that the saiga has so many aftermarket products out now, it is fully customizable and you can build it for your specific need, usually exactly to match all your preferences, in an endless list of configurations.. with enough money of course. For those of you who have manufactured products and customized the akdal, are we going to be able to make it even more bad ass than custom saigas in the years to come?? I dont know if the 1919 has been out long enough to make this comparison to the saiga, let me know if this is the case. I would love to here everyone's opinion on the subject, and please do not get mad at me for trying to compare the two weapons. I myself do not believe or know that one is better than the other, and that is why I am starting this thread. Thanks in advance for your input!!
  7. For any more questions concerning firearms laws in Virginia, check out his link and it should answer most of your questions: http://www.vsp.state.va.us/Firearms.shtm
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