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  1. i just lucked out and got a used one on gunbroker for 375, it was a 350 opening bid with 375, but it had posted up 3 hours before, knowing the prices right now I just spent the extra 25, people are asking retarded prices for these guns now, I remember selling one to a guy in tampa like a year or two ago for 350.
  2. so just when I thought I left the fold, I bought a saiga 410 and ive got the itch to modify it, is it possible to sbs a 410 reliably ?
  3. bought this stock a while ago for my 8" barrel S12, its made from machined aluminum and anodized black, it mounts with the two screws in the rear that is commonly found on the tromix backplates or ACE folder mechanisms. will come with a TAN M4 stock buttpad for a little cushioning. wanting $75 obo plus 6 shipping. PM me for best result since this is the last of the parts I have for my sold off SBS s12.
  4. $2500 on a form 1 includes 2 factory 5rd mags in state of FL, $2600 with 2 mags and MD Arms drum ,or, will split the out of state transfer but no drum $2700 with 2 mags and MD drum and I split out of state transfer tax Sorry not interested in trades This shotgun originally started as a model 109 with threaded muzzle. -8.5 inch barrel length , setup to work with saiga 12 supressor. -Tapco SAW grip , the only plastic left on the gun -Tapco g2 trigger and hammer set. Single hook. - Tapco pin retainer plate, not Shepard hook -still retains factory BHO -Tromix bolt on trigger guard -Tromix weld on back plate. -Had the rear stock plate professionally TIG welded on and also close up any extra non needed holes, hand filed it till it was smooth -pushbutton machined aluminum folding block -The rear stock is the machined aluminum stock that RJF installs on their guns. -RJF MOJO Muzzle brake -RJF TIG welded upswept galil style charging handle with RJF slotted cocking knob -The HK style sights front and rear. Machined aluminum. - professionally coated , ceracoat but will have to confirm with RJF. -RJF logo stamped/machined onto bottom of receiver and I believe their name on the side of the receiver. -The Chaos rail system that they have for this gun is apparently only avail thru RJF for these builds. It is also a well built item on the gun. The top rail is hinged Krink style and is held in the rear by the top cover/recoil spring assembly. As far as RJF machine work/ gunsmith work, despite what the Sons of Guns show depicts. .I'm slightly OCD when it comes to the modifications of my guns. They have taken their time and done things correctly and did not bubba the stuff. They shortened the barrel and rethreaded the end and even did the correct shoulder on the front of the barrel (instead of just a chop and thread that you might do in your garage) inside my barrel they did the diamond pattern of gas ports as it properly should be. Mentioned before they did work over/smooth the fcg that I had in there along with smoothing the bolt on the gun ( assuming needing to make a smoother transition due to the shorter gas system and having it operate smoothly with no hangups), I also did the slow bolt release from back to front and did not feel any spots that the bolt would hangup on while cycling. The closest to a Tromix copy you can get without the 2 year wait. Also follows Tromix for ammo recommendation for shells and loads. Reason for selling is I have multiple NFA shotguns and this sale will go towards purchase of a classic car.
  5. bought this to replace one on my saiga 332 762x39 that uses this 24mm thread FSB for muzzle brake attachment. its in damn good condition, does not come with roll pins as thats the way that i bought it but does have the detent for the AK brake indexing. $75 plus $5 shipping SOLD SOLD SOLD
  6. Selling a brand-new never used never installed never loaded drum for the AK-47. This is preban for states that don't allow current drums. $225. bag has only slit cut open to inspect drum. Still has made in China sticker on the drum. Identifier of 36 inside of triangle.
  7. Looking for one to complete my saiga build. Have money in PP.
  8. finally got the bolt to them to get the RJF charging handle, this is their new slotted handle, they can probably elaborate for why its slotted but if i had to guess its for reciprocating weight reasons
  9. Changing out out cause my autobody guy knicked the rear threads and part of the site tower and I've got slight OCD when it comes to the fit and finish of my guns.
  10. Hey guys. Trying to swap out the 24mm 74type fsb that is on my saiga 332 762x39. It is the model that has the roll pins. I already drove out the 2 pins with a hammer and punch and figured it was the only thing holding it ( kinda akin to ar15 design) and it didn't come off by hand so I tried some hammer blows on each side and towards the muzzle end and I havent seen it budge at all. Is it threaded on , as I don't believe so since the replacement one is smooth on the inside, or will. I need a set of gear pullers and remove it that way ? Also will it slip fit on or will I have to press fit the new one on ? I won't need to drill for any cross pins as it's already matching for both FSB's. Ive already smashed the tip of my index finger with the 3lb sledge, so I'd like to find out the right way before I cause any more damage physically or monitarily lol.
  11. hey guys, bought one of the atlantic 762x39 iz 332 saigas (aka the front half converted arsenal) . and my autobody guy was trying to remove the tack welds from the back of the collar with a cutoff wheel, and accentally knicked one of the rear threads and part of the FSB itself, and due to my slight OCD when it comes to guns i would like to replace the FSB with a new one so that it is perfect. if someone could show me the right part for that model i would appreciate it. and it looks like it installs with just 2 cross pins ?
  12. Well going based off my saiga 12 build the retainer plate pushes against the pins and what holds the tension on the pin is the plate being held in by the safety lever. And depending on if it was a vodka Friday the tolerance is off by a bit it might be a snug fit for the safety lever to go thru or put downward tension on the safety lever as it rotates. But then again I come from the ar15 manufacturing world where tolerances are close so I'm not use to the looser tolerances that are acceptable on an ak47 platform.
  13. Hey guys I'm building what I'm trying to classify as a combat style ak47. I'm taking a saiga. 332 which is the front half converted ak and all that needs to be done is the pistol grip and trigger stuff done. I'm going with a caa billet trigger guard, tapco g2 trigger and hammer kit, going to upgrade to the Krebs safety lever so that it's easier to manipulate when firing and the such, I prefer the axis retainer plates but I'm afraid the plate might bind up the safety lever , so would I be better going with one of the $2 shepards hook or just hog out the hole that the safety lever goes thru or will that make the retainer plate sloppy holding the pins.
  14. ive shot this in person during swat roundup here in orlando, its an interesting design but i dont see it taking off and being popular.
  15. Well guys. I told you I would give you more pictures of my RJF short barreled saiga 12. I applogize for the not so stellar pictures but I don't have a dedicated picture table setup like some guys and can't take it outside due to not wanting to scare the neighbors. This shotgun originally started as a model 109 with threaded muzzle. Before I had even fired the gun I went and partially converted it (922r but not NFA), I moved the fcg forward and used the tapco g2 trigger setup. I ordered the tromix trigger guard and weld on back plate. I had buddy of mine tig the rear stock plate on and also close up any extra non needed holes, I hand filed it till it was what I wanted ( use to work in an autobody shop for two years thru college so I've learned a few things ), I also threw on there the tapco saw grip and a gunfixr plug on the front along with a tromix shark brake as that was the thing to have a while back. The rear stock was the machined aluminum stock that MAA was selling and only recently since I received my sbs back did I install the pushbutton folding block that I bought from CSS as I had not seen that style block produced for a year or two since ACE Ltd had ceased production. So as time went by I had the itch to short barrel it and I had looked into a tromix conversion but the wait period on it was what detered me from going to them so I went to the next one that everyone was recommending, will from RJF. So after debating between 8.5 or 10" barrel conversion will told me that he would make sure the 8.5 would run perfect and that the package I chose was pretty much the full package of what could be done to it for what I needed. It should be noted that the galil style charging handle has not been done to it yet due to me asking for it to be rushed thru to try to get it back in time for a super secret video shoot with a certain YouTube personality that we all love and adore here in the gun community, so asking for a rush job, with a week timeline, a week before Christmas, it is my fault and not theirs. Me working in the gun industry heavily , and being slightly OCD when it comes to fit and finish of any guns that come thru my hands also while having probably bought, sold, traded over 300 guns in my personal collection over the years. I can say that they have taken the time and made sure everything was done correctly before it left the shop. RJF even had to delay a day for shipping my gun because they didn't like how the paint job came out and redid it. Upon picking up the gun it feels neutral in it's balance of muzzle vs buttstock weight. It doesn't wear your arms trying to hold it for shooting. after clearing the gun chamber and pulling the trigger I can tell that they went and smoothed out the tapco trigger components and even took out some of the pre trigger creep while maintaining a perfectly safe fcg. The MOJO Muzzle brake on this gun is just impressive. It's built like a brick shithouse and looks like it will do it's job very well. I've included pictures of it along with tromix's shark brake so that you can see the size comparison. I think I can safely say that the MOJO Brake is what the tromix brake should of been. That they took the design and elaborated on it even further. RJF also did a nice subtle job of branding their items with their logo, big enough to see but not an annoyance to the eye, as you can see on the muzzle brake and on the bottom of my receiver and when I get it back the vertical charging handle. The Chaos rail system that they have for this gun is apparently only avail thru RJF for these builds. It is also a well built item on the gun. The top rail is hinged ala Krink style and is held in the rear by the top cover/recoil spring assembly. You can see more in the pictured below of what I'm talking about and to clarify the top rail is seperate from the top cover that comes with the gun. When you fold up the top rail to remove the cover you see that they have not taken any shortcuts on the underside and made sure it was finished on the underside. There is barely any lateral movement and only vertical movement, with just enough tension at the joint to allow the top cover to stay in place when lifted up ( IE the m'fr doesn't flop around when opened). The rail seems to be a clamp together design and is held to the rifle in a few places. As far as moment on the rail for trying to rotational twist it I would say maybe a 1/8 inch as this is an ak platform and there is not a barrel nut design like the ar15. F/R and L/R moment is non existent due to a good mounting system. The HK style drum sight that they put on top is nicely machined and the rear barrel sight rotates without bind and engages each position with a click akin to rotating the mode dial on a DSLR camera. As far as RJF machine work/ gunsmith work, despite what the Sons of Guns show depicts. They have taken their time and done things correctly and did not bubba the stuff. They shortened the barrel and rethreaded the end and even did the correct shoulder on the front of the barrel (instead of just a chop and thread that you might do in your garage) inside my barrel they did the diamond pattern of gas ports as it properly should be. Mentioned before they did work over/smooth the fcg that I had in there along with smoothing the bolt on the gun ( assuming needing to make a smoother transition due to the shorter gas system and having it operate smoothly with no hangups), I also did the slow bolt release from back to front and did not feel any spots that the bolt would hangup on while cycling. I have shot the gun a few times and it's a fun gun and the brake is very effective. In the next few weeks I'm going to let a Corpsman friend of mine borrow it and put it thru the paces while he trains before he has to leave the country for a short term assignment. I should be able to bring my camera then and get some video and see what the gun can do with a drum full of grab bag ammo. Sorry for being so in depth but I figure it was good enough for most of you guys and would answer most any question you have about it since I haven't seen many of these guns out there yet.
  16. sorry for the delay, that brake is actually the new Red Jacket Chaos Brake, in essence it looks like the tromix brake but on steroids. built like a mofo.
  17. bought a tapco SAW grip in black color a while back for some AKs that i was going to build but i sold off the parts kit. the saw grip is black and is still in the wrapper never opened never installed. $20 plus ship (prob $2 for snail mail or $6 for small flat rate box)
  18. selling a barely used tromix shark brake, i purchased it for my S12 before i had it SBS'd . installed it, shot a few times, looks like maybe either rubber or melted plastic wadding slightly on the inside but nothing that would deter from it shooting(barely noticible but wanted to disclose it). and it looks like one of the rear edges of the side fins is not perfect. wanting $75 plus ship, can do paypal. would ship in a $6 flat rate box. my feedback on ar15 and uzitalk and gunbroker speaks for my honesty and great dealings. SOLD SOLD SOLD
  19. seriously, see ? just got it back today from red jacket. sorry for the cell phone pics but should have better pics and more info in a few days but will has been nothing but helpful thru the whole process and am glad i went with him for my conversion. i partially converted it(FCG moving and welding the rear stock plate to reciever), and he went and did the SBS modifications, shortening it, tuning it, chaos rail and sights setup, and even the new rarely seen MOJO front brake. its an 8.5 inch barrel setup
  20. hey guys, have a ST-22 upper that is i believe either the 5 or 6 inch barrel that is what they call the pistol upper. my intended use was for an SBR upper but i never got the pistol reciever paperwork to SBR yet. it has the plated bolt setup as it comes from spikes and the rail is the YHM rail (pre- BAR) and has the fake can on the front of the barrel(as it came from ST). i bought the upper, pinned it to a pistol reciever i had and put it in the back of the safe, i have never fired it but i know it has been tested by the armory at spikes before it was sold to me. there is no wear marks, essentially brand new. i am selling to fund a pistol length 300blackout upper, especially a dimpled 300blackout barrel. i can do $660, NOW 635 shipped with 1 still in wrapper BDM mag with spikes lettering. can do paypal gift if you would like. gimme a few day for pics
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