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I apologize in advance for the lengthy post. I'm a Saiga newbie and trying really hard to not become frustrated on the ammo front. I'm looking for current advice on 3" ammo for my lightly used Saiga .410. For my rig, I have: Two 15-rd 3" SureFire Gun magazines One 30-rd ProMag 3" Drum that works well One 4-rd 3" factory magazine I had a heavy handful of 3" Remington and Winchester game loads and I burned through them verifying the weapon and all the mags worked properly. Everything worked well, with the gas setting on 1. So lately I've been searching for .410 shells from onlin
I had a debate with my buddy about steel vs. lead shot. I've read all the topics on the different pellet counts, dispersion patterns, and velocity differences. Now, I'm primarily concerned about barrel wear. Through my research, lead is far better for barrel life. I simply want to know your opinions and experiences and any advice. So... What do you shoot? Thanks guys.
Found this on the Century Arms website. They've started importing Sauvestre Slugs from France. $50 for a 5rd box of slugs... This better come with a handjob from a really hot french chick. Link deleted due to forum rules. You can find it on the Century Arms site. The plain lead ones are "only" $40 a box.
I saw Aim Surplus sent out a flyer selling Bulgarian surplus 7.62x39mm ammo by the spam can. Does anyone have any experience with this stuff? I'm especially interested about bullet weight and muzzle velocity. With the exception of its copper washed cases, the other features--bimetal jacket, lead core, corrosive primer--remind me of Yugo surplus.