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  1. PM me please. OEM Saiga stock (2 available) $15 shipped USA: OEM Saiga 7.62x39 forend $15 shipped USA, or $25 for forend and stock shipped USA: K-VAR pistol grip, black, $13 shipped USA: OEM Saiga 12 forend vented by Tony Rumore at Tromix $30 shipped USA:
  2. Posted 27 September 2008 - 06:18 PM

    Name the car and win a prize (in the sister thread of course).

    Haha, what car?

  3. There's a x39 in this video with some cool slo-mo shots (along with a 12, mossberg 500, Kimber 1911 w/ .22 conversion, Desert Eagle .50, glock 17, and an old bolt action 30/40) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1F6Vron0LuU
  4. Wait but the bolt closes quicker than the drum can feed a round high enough for the bolt to engage. Also, I've never adjusted the spring on the drum yet, it's set at whatever it is from Mike D himself. Hope that clarifies, thanks. For the heavy loads, wouldn't that mean the spring isn't wound tight enough if the round doesn't make it up in time for the bolt to engage it?
  5. Wait but the bolt closes quicker than the drum can feed a round high enough for the bolt to engage. Also, I've never adjusted the spring on the drum yet, it's set at whatever it is from Mike D himself. Hope that clarifies, thanks.
  6. My Saiga 12 runs great with the factory gas knob and AGP 10 rounders and the factory 5 rounder with high and low brass ammo. As soon as I load up my MD20 though, I get feeding problems. Either the bolt doesn't have enough umphff to fully chamber the round, or the bolt returns to quick and the top round in the drum hasn't made it up far enough yet so the bolt gets snagged about halfway on the round. I do notice that as the drum empty's it's less likely to FTF so I'm thinking the spring in the drum isn't wound tight enough to get the weight of the rounds up there? Would this be a bottom of the bolt problem or a drum problem? I tried the gas fixer plug that came in the mail not all that long ago and it didn't help the situation at all.
  7. Anything special about them or is it just another USA part to add to the mix? As well as a convenient way to get a replacement firing pin too I guess.
  8. Ok I'll continue being patient as I see that first runners are still getting plugs as the days go by.
  9. I think I've let enough time go by before I start to wonder where my gas plug is. I'm a first run customer and haven't got it yet. Should I have by now?
  10. Niiiice!! (said like Borat says it)
  11. Well it all worked out, here's some rough screenshots, video coming soon with the rifle footage, might even have some Saiga footage in there depending on the couple scenes left to shoot up here in the Pacific NW.
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