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About Cerephim

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  1. I'm selling them in the marketplace over on the files. Or you can contact me at cerephim@gmail.com
  2. I'm having some .223 Saiga bolts made. Currently, the engineering firm is in the prototyping stage. It'll be a direct copy of the Saiga bolt, including the spring loaded firing pin, which I currently sell. If you have questions, email is the best way to contact me. cerephim at gmail . com
  3. http://i.imgur.com/AfwTFI7.jpg Machined right here in the good ole U.S. of A. Assembly includes hardened stainless pin, stainless collar, and spring. $40.00USD each for the assembly. I take paypal plus 3.5% or money order. Shipping in either case is $3.00 These are drop in replacements. Cerephim at gmail dot com
  4. OP, if you can't locate the original bolt that came with the rifle, (serial numbers match) you'll have to get the rifle headspaced. Even if you find another Saiga bolt, you'll *still* have to get the rifle headspaced.
  5. Yeah, that sucks. How much that sucks cannot possibly be overstated... My Romy kitbuild rifle developed an identical problem and I changed out all manner of springs, and even installed a high zoot Red Star trigger kit before I discovered that the rear end of the firing pin had been peened over like that. When I inspected my brother's rifle ("sister" build of the same year Romy kit on same brand receiver) I found that it was well on its way to having the same problem, although it was not yet misfiring. We were able to fix both rifles simply by installing new surplus Polish firing pins.
  6. Pins are in. Email me at Cerephim at gmail dot com
  7. Your pin assembly went out today.
  8. I have a batch of Saiga Spring Loaded firing pins made of hardened stainless steel. The pin assembly includes pin, spring, and spring retention collar. Contact me at cerephim at gmail dot com if you're interested, I can fill you in on price and other sundries.
  9. I believe it's nearly identical to a Bulgy AK-74 bolt carrier.
  10. Pins are in. I can be reached at cerephim@gmail.com
  11. The barrel is not worn out, I just want a spare.
  12. Nothing specific yet. The fab shop hasn't quoted me a price yet; but based on their previous work, I'm guessing ~$50.00 for a pin, collar and spring assembly.
  13. Pins are being hardened this week. Should get them before the end of the year.
  14. The bolt in a Bulgy AK-74 will work. Again, though, the slamfire issue rears its head.
  15. Pins are turned, milled, and at the heat treating shop now. God willing and the creek don't rise, I should have them in time for Christmas! I'll letcha know.
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