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  1. Can you do a Galil style vertical left side charging handle?
  2. Went to the range yesterday with 2 8rd ccspec and 2 SGM 10rd mags. The SGM mags consistently had FTF, stovepipes while the ccspec mags performed flawlessly. The feed angle on the SGMs have a steeper angle and would hang up when the shell tried to enter the chamber. Also the top shell sits higher causing more drag against the bolt which is causing the FTF and stovepipes. Update: Got to the bottom of the problem today. With the gun empty and all live ammo put away, I took a 12 guage snap cap and loaded it into one of the SGM mags. With the top cover open I observed the BHO lever front secti
  3. So I'm in for when Legion has the railed Vepr 12 lower hand guard and Kvar lower retainer combo available in Dec. for $75. That Zenitco buttstock looks wicked.
  4. Thanks ordered one from Atlantic firearms.
  5. Your making me want to get that pistol version. Picked up my SAM-7R today and had to do a bit of filing to get the surplus laminate furniture to fit, pre drilled holes for the screws so it doesn't split the wood. The Polish surplus bayonet doesn't click in the lug so I'll have to file the tab so it catches. The lever to loosen the top hand guard front bracket bent from trying lock it back. I'm not able to lock it back in fear the lever will snap (update: I needed to file the front of the upper hand guard and now the lever can be pushed down to lock in place). I used Pauly's technique to stai
  6. Anyone know if I can use surplus AK mags without installing a bullet guide?
  7. I ended up getting a Polish laminated stock set from RTG and also some bakelite furniture from AA-ok. What should I apply for the finish, shellack? I want the Polish laminate butt stock to match the bakelite.
  8. It was a matter of timing. I just sold the IZ132 (in the pic above) I converted for $1100, but purchased used at a higher panic price of $800 in stock sporter config. Never got to shoot it.
  9. Where'd you buy it? Wanna sell it to me, just secured a SAM7r. You could buy the similar stock for a stamped receiver from AA-ok.com Pm'd you. Here's the stock I bought from AA-ok on my Saiga conversion I just sold:
  10. Atlanticfirearms.com has more in stock right now for $1299. My LGS's have them for $1499. I do want to change the furniture to a more traditional look like bake lite upper/lower hand guard and pistol grip. As far as the stock I have to find one compatible to milled receivers, anyone know where I can buy this? For the stock it seems it would need the cut out at the top and bottom for the dual tangs, right? I'm curious to any performance improvements with the double hook trigger as opposed to single hook. Also for the look I want to buy a bayonet but the lug on this rifle isn't on the sight bloc
  11. Thank you for your response. So out of the ones I've listed either Bulgarian gas tube should work? Did you buy yours from K-Var?
  12. Still need help on which gas tube will work, other than the Russian one from K-Var since its oos.
  13. I just did this on my IZ-132. The original FSB has four dimples holding the FSB to the barrel, two on each side. Drill out the dimples but only the depth of the FSB metal slowly trying to keep watch so you don't go into the barrel. After that use a rubber mallet and hit the front sight towards the muzzle. After repeated blows it should slide and fall off. Some tutorials suggest to dremel a cut along the dimples throughout the length of each side of the FSB but you may cut into the barrel if your not careful. I don't see the need to cut the sides. Once you drill out the dimples there really isn
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