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  1. Want to sell or trade for Miculek comp in 1/2 - 28 (used or new): used Manticore NightBrake 1/2" - 28 tpi (AR/SIG55x threading) Very good condition. Does great job of taming the muzzle rise and recoil. I'm not a fan of increased flash, though. New comp sold for $57.95 retail plus shipping. http://www.manticorearms.com/NightBrake-for-1-2x28-tpi-MA-1228.htm My price: $37.50 SHIPPED. Contact for details or trade offer (again, trade is for Miculek comp only; used or new). Will include brand new crush washer. Review: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! P.S.:
  2. Common Russian Muzzle Attachments for Saiga-12/Vepr-12 Review Copied from here for Saiga-12 users Short review of different muzzle attachments, that are used with Vepr-12/Saiga-12 and some other shotguns by Russian shooters. The muzzle attachments in the review: Flash hiders (FH), Muzzle Brakes (MB), Compensators (C), Muzzle Brake-compensators (MBC), chokes & paradox (Chokes). Efimov design MBC The most common MBC in Russia are models based on the same idea, now well known as "Polygon Muzzle Brake-compensator", that was suggested by Russian IPSC shooter Efimov Eugeny
  3. From the album: First Conversion Going Good So Far!

    Love the classic Slant Brake look and think it looks good with original wood furniture setup! Hard to believe the transformation! Very happy with the outcome! Loving my home-grown Arsenal equivalent w/out the sticker shock, lol!
  4. From the album: First Conversion Going Good So Far!

    Tapco Slot muzzle brake, top rated for minimal muzzle climb and recoil! Can't wait to try it out!
  5. Have a Saiga IZ-332 and an Arsenal AK-140US muzzle brake (Bulgarian reproduction for 7.62x39, M24x1.5). The brake does not screw all the way back to the detent pin. Isn't it supposed to ? This rifle came with what looks like a threaded Bulgarian FSB with detent pin. I just had to remove a barrel shroud to get to the threads. The brake stops right before the pin. It appears to stop when the threads end. I can easily push in the detent pin while screwing on the brake -- the brake still doesn't go any further. Tried screwing on this M24x1.5 conduit panel nut. Maybe I don't f
  6. IYHO How much louder is the perceived dB level w/ the 24mm muzzle break(like on the Arsenal 26-61) than the normal noise level perceived by the shooter of 45 Slant style flash hider or even standard end?
  7. Having been recently smitten by the Saiga-12 bug I finally succumbed to its allure, so, ... here I am... Hi, Everybody! Right off the bat I knew there were a few things I wanted to change about a stock Saiga to better suit my idiosyncrasies (actually, my wife calls it my 'need to tinker') and, of course, this forum was THE place to research my ideas first. Although I have a bit of experience with firearms, none of it included anything in the AK/Saiga world, and not wanting to be just another noob on the forum (with all due respect for noobs everywhere), I read just about every pos
  8. Hello! I am new to this website, but i saw the wealth of information that everyone provides, so I figured I would ask a question and see if you guys can help! I recently threaded the barrel of my saiga so I could attach a JTac47 muzzlebrake on it. However, when I screwed the brake on, it seemed to be on crooked. The brake is pointing slightly to the ground. I'm wondering how this could have possibly happened, and if there is anything I can do to fix it. It just doesn't seem possible that the threads cooke be angled like that.
  9. Hi All, After much research through the appropriate threads it's time for me to cut the muzzle fitting off the front of my Saiga x39. From the front of the FSB to the end of the barrel it measures a tick over 1-inch. The smallest pipe cutter I Have requires a minimum of 7/16-inch to the center of the wheel. Questions I have not found answers for in my thread searches: 1. Does anyone have a "thinner" pipe cutter to recommend? 2. If I use mine, will 9/16-inch leave enough thread surface for most muzzle brakes? 3. What should I expect once I've cut to the barrel? 3A. One th
  10. SGM TACTICAL bolt on muzzle brake for the saiga .308 brand new in perfect conditition, im asking $100.00 shipped. Part sells for $169.00 plus shipping please pm if interested, paypal is an option
  11. Hi. Before I purchase, can you all verify if this is the correct Muzzle Brake for the IZ 332 (7.62x39)? Here's the link to Combathunting.com: http://www.combathun...31&product=8748 Thanks!
  12. Years ago, before the age of pointy muzzle brakes (back when guns were wood and fired stone balls) I taught LEOs things like room clearing and door breaching. We had seen various stand-off devices, some like a short spike bayonet, some that resembled a coffee can and were designed to catch flying debris. Most were seen as gimmicks, none really saw general adoption. We saw problems result when a person trained to rely on the weapon sticking to the door had the device slip or slide, often resulting in a wild shot, sometimes in injuries. Mostly it was seen that these devices were a po
  13. My intention for the IZ 332 was to keep the factory monte carlo stock and add a muzzle brake. What I didn't realize, till recently, is that if I add a muzzle brake, I would effectivley need to comply with the 922R regulation. From what I've read so far, I need 6 U.S. made parts to make this work. I would like anyone's opinion on how I could achieve this as simple and economical as possible. I have no metal fabrication skills so anything requiring precision drilling, cutting, etc, is probably not a good idea. My only idea right now is purchase the following U.S. made parts: - Muz
  14. From the album: Variety

    With Miculek compensator installed. LHS view.
  15. recently made purchase on new saiga .223 n wanting to put on ak74 style muzzle brake http://store.carolin...KE-SAIGA/Detail by installing this i know that it'll trigger 922r...but my question is do i have to add bullet button as well??... i don't have pistol grip and not planning on it. as for conversion parts, i have surefire magazine (-3), muzzle brake (-1), planning on gas piston (-1), no pistol grip (-1)..so that makes 10 parts from 16 total... here's picture of my rifle
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