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  1. Russian Saiga carbine in .308/7.62 NATO 2 Stage trigger Full float handguard Digital camo in Alumahyde gun paint UTG springless bipod Hogue handgrip Bulgarian Mantis muzzle device Spare firing pin Magpul folding, extendable stock Primary Arms Illuminated, Heads up Display ACSS DMR set up for .308, 4 x 14 x42 mm Six magazines, One 25 round, three 15 round, two 10 round, and one of the 10 round is a hard CSPECS $1750 Paypal, USPS, Cashier Check Rick Gunther 419 345 0060 racerracer@buckeye-express.com Tried to post a pic but it was
  2. I have a Saiga carbine in .308 with the 16" barrel and want to try a longer barrel. From reading the available info on this, the 16" barrel is OK, and the 22" is too long but an 18" barrel would be just right. Finding parts for this is a problem. I have tried most of the shops that handle Saiga parts but no joy. Someone may have the barrel I need. Thanks in advance.
  3. SAW your ancient post saying you had a 21" S308 barrel with low round count you would part with. Is that still a thing? If so I am interested.    Rick Gunther  racerracer@buckeye-express.com    419 345 0060

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  4. I have been involved in racing all my life and have a machine, fab shop at home. I did a welding job for a friend and he traded me a 20' long solid 3" diameter bar of aluminum for the work. I look on the net for pictures of muzzle brakes and found most are tacticool with little or no science behind the designs. Several have some science backing up the designs and I make one that is a hybrid of those. Aluminum is easy to machine and I have one that is very effective reducing recoil. Yes they are clunky looking compared to steel. When I have one that is real effective I can reproduce it in steel
  5. I have a brake called "Mantis" on my S 308. Have shot 300 rounds at one sitting with no after effects to my old bones. It will throw a huge fireball and is as loud as a .50 cal Barrett. You won't make any friends at the range!
  6. .308 Saiga with Primary Arms 4-14/42mm scope and UTG bipod, Zhukov folding stock, full float forearm. I love this rifle! I made the bipod mount and forearm. Mantis brake for huge fireballs.
  7. WTB smooth bore 22" barrel for saiga .410.
  8. I got mine off after removing the pins by pressing it off in an arbor press. I made a collar to go behind the FSB and a brass piece to go on the end of the barrel. A little heat from the heat gun and it slid off. The collar was a shaft collar used on a go kart axle to keep the axle shaft from sliding in the bearings.
  9. Racer

    Bipod

    Thanks to all who answered.
  10. Does anyone have a suggestion for iron sights to fit a .308 Saiga for old eyes? Shooting with a POSP scope is great, but want to do better with the iron sights. I like the RPK style with windage adjustments but still too hard to use. Thanks in advance.
  11. Racer

    Bipod

    I am looking for suggestions, pics of bipods for a Saiga .308. Thanks in advance.
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