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  1. As far as I know you can have them but you just can't use them. Unless you have the proper parts count. Which to have the proper parts count you would probably have to do the conversion, which now makes your gun illegal in NY. I do believe if you can find enough USA parts and not do the pistol grip conversion, you should be fine with ten round mags. Example would be getting USA made -> stock, Friend, stock trigger assy, not the conversion one, I guess the puke Tromix sells, maybe some kind of screw on end piece like the shark brake. What ever gets your parts count below 10.

  2. Oh gosh...you opened a big can of worms it looks like cuz....


    DRUGS...drugs are bad....mmmmkay? lol



    Dude be careful when crushing up pills into powder form! I know someone that used to do that with those damned oxycontins!

    He almost didn't get away from that problem. Of course he was doing something a little different than rubbing on his gums but applying medication thru the sensitive tissue in your mouth really isn't all that different than applying it to the sensitive membranes in your nasal cavity...


    Defiantly agree with you. It will go directly into the system, hence why you should only use Tylenol. Since it is for less addictive then oxy or vikes. But the guy seems to be in a lot of pain and this will take care of it since it is not going to pass threw the liver a few times and loose most of its strength. I say all this because I am like this guy and refuse to use vikes, oxy or other similar drugs for sever pain. I know a few people I graduated with that are extremely hooked on this crap. I'm personally not afraid of getting hooked on it, but would rather not take a chance, plus that stuff is very hard on you liver and body. If you use it as I mentioned, you should have no problems. All you are doing is medicated the exact spot that is the problem, which in theory you can use less Tylenol, since its not being wasted going threw your entire body. I am not a DR. but have used it once with good results on a tooth and a few Friends I have told it to for the same problem with good results.

  3. Go to Wally world, they offer a "Hi-Vis" front sight for

    under $5.00!!!

    Came with 4 different threaded screws,I hope one fits.




    I have a stacked front bead, cant replace with a screw in one. I also already made up my mind and want the Krebs sight.


    Does anyone know where I can find a Krebs sight in stock to order?

    Also where can a get the rear replaceable aperture's from? I notice it doesn't come with any.

  4. Went to the range over the weekend and had a blast. The paint definitely helped me get my "sight picture" (I believe thats what you call it) faster. But lack of adjustments make me feel there really isn't much to do to make the factory one accurate. One thing I notice everyone and including me all shot low in till you realize it and compensate for it. This is from shooting from 15 to 25 yards. So I have decided to go with the Krebs sights for the following reason's.


    1) Since I have a AR I figure the Krebs will feel very familiar for me, since the sights are similar

    2) To me the Krebs compliments the look of the gun. Looks like it belongs there.

    3)The price is much cheaper then going with a good red dot sight.

    4) More adjustment points

    5)The ability to replace the front sight post with a fiber optic one


    Does anyone know where I can find a Krebs sight in stock to order?

    Also where can a get the rear replaceable aperture's from? I notice it doesn't come with any.


    Thanks for any feed back

  5. My front sight is silver bare metal, was sort of the same thing. Its not from painting tho.


    You sanded the bead down and left it like that? I had to sand my down before I painted it and notice it did stand out more. But it would still fade away with certain backgrounds. This neon red paint glows and doesn't fade away in different colored backgrounds. Might go to the range this weekend to try it out.

  6. I started to use the KO's over the 1oz Remington sluggers because I notice You shoot ALOT more with a Saiga at a gun range then other SG's. So I switched to the KO's to save money but notice they must shoot as good or even better then the Remington's. I had no failures with the KO's either.

  7. Since I haven't decided if I want to go with the Docter or Kreb's sight yet I figured I would play around with making the factory sight better. What I decided on doing was to use the two part sight paint kit. One paint marker is white the other red and is designed for gun sights. The pictures don't really show just how bright the red bead is. I painted the back of the rear sight white, to make the front bead stand out even more. So far I have not gone to the gun range yet, I plan on going next Saturday. In the mean time I did some dry runs and quick mounts on random objects and I notice I'm on target much faster. I'll see how it performs when I take it to the range.









  8. Well, so far we have 10 different Micro's listed that have a common design look to them-wonder how many are in bed with each other (best bang for the buck)?

    I ordered a Barris Glock mount from Optics Planet last night, I'll post if it fits in a few days. Once more, I don't know what the quality difference is, but the Barris and Docter are supposed to have the same mount design and the Barris mount was $10 less.


    This mount you speak of, Does it mount by using the rear dovetail on a Saiga, the same way the Tromix one mounts? Are does it mount differently?

  9. The EO Tech is not a good choice on an AK. Actually, it's not a good choice for anything but an AR.


    The EO is made with the screen mounted above the battery box, making for a perfect built-in riser, which is required for the super low rail on the flat top AR. If you mount it on anything else, it's sticks up so high, you'll need a check rest to see through it properly. Or, you could always make a custom mount to secure it upside down!





    I agree. I took my AimPoint and EoTech off other guns and taped it to the top of my Saiga to get an idea. After reading another post about using a EoTech sight. As far as I'm concerned it sits way to high, plus it looks like it would get in the way.

  10. I prefer not to rely on guns for my protection, I prefer genetically enhanced dogs. :haha:




    :lolol: :lolol: WTF!?!?


    I thought the same thing when I saw it. But for the record.... That is NOT my dog. I'm hoping it was photo shopped, since I don't believe in animal cruelty. I don't think a dog could get that big no matter how much is exercises unless it was on steroids.


    Does the dog (if male?) have a small wiener on it? :unsure:




    I think the dog over did a cycle, hes got bitch tits! :haha:

  11. Congrats on the new toy. The sight rib can be a plus or minus depending on the final configuration you plan for the gun.


    Welcome to the forum!


    Can we hear some of these pros and cons? Since I'm new here too and I was in his shoes too with picking one are the other. I picked the other kind because the barrel was shorter. What are some other reasons?

  12. http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/admin/imag...nt/ultimak2.jpg


    I ordered the ultimak rails from atlantic firearms, Im going to put a reflex on one and an EOtech on the other, should be way better than irons. If I ever get arround to it.


    That mount looks good. I'm guessing you need a screw out front bead, or does it mount some other way? The more options I see everyday here makes me more confused as to what route to take. As of today I was thinking either...



    1) Krebs sight with Tritium replacement front (which seems to be out of stock everywhere)

    2) Rail mount with EOtech sight

    3) Docter sight with Tromix mount


    The other problem is I'm going to be moving, so I was thinking of giving my gun to Tromix and letting them do everything since the waiting list is 2009, So by the time I get it back I will surly not be in NY anymore.



    BTW-> I got my Shark Brake in! Came very fast, had no problems, top notch quality, VERY satisfied with the whole experience! Thanks Tony, I cant wait to take a core sample of something! :devil:

  13. Well I decided I'm just going to leave the factory sites alone and save the money to be put towards the Docter site. I'll save some money and not risk the chance of screwing up the front site that is sitting on top of a pressurized system and not being able to shoot. I can see doing it on one where it is a screw out front sight, since at least if you mess up you can get a new front bead and try again, since thats what you modifying. Mine being stacked in, If I mess up, its part of the gun I messed up on. A chance I don't want to take. Tony I will be sending the site back when I get it, but I would like to say thanks for answering all my many question, I walked away learning some new stuff.

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