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Found 23 results

  1. Saiga .308 21.9" barrel. Russian Saiga Izhmash pre-ban semi-auto w/ stamped russian reciever. Professional Conversion using Tapco G2 trigger and Molot Pistol Grip. Oversized trigger guard. Ace 7.5" Skeleton Stock w/ Bonesteel Side Folding hinge w/ standard single point QD sling point.. Also including an extra Ace 9.5" Ace Skeleton Stock. Includes Saiga factory polymer buttstock & handguard. Kalinka BP-02 Quick Release side receiver mount optic mount as well as Solid side mount rail. Carolina Shooters billet alum. Quad-rail (well mount-holds zero w/ optics attached.) Includes 7 magazines (1-saiga 8 rd, 3-CSSpec 20 rd., and 3-ProMags 24 rd). Also Includes Nikon 3-9x40 ProStaff scope works well on either provided side mounts. Photos show stock handguard as well with quad rail installed. Approximately 700 rounds fired though gun. Clean smooth rifling. Great battle rifle. Shoots MOA with 7.62 NATO or .308 FGMM. Baby coming. Gotta go. The accessories alone are worth the asking price. $1300- Private seller. email: esminbritt@gmail.com Phone: (734) 474-1508
  2. cSnells

    20140422 171833

    My K-Pup
  3. TigerFire13

    Vepr .308 100yds

    From the album: TigerFire13

    100yds from the bench. shooting for group size. Vepr .308, v1 sights, slantback. 6-18x44 Vortex Crossfire II.
  4. TigerFire13

    Vepr .308

    From the album: TigerFire13

    Vepr .308, v1 sights, slantback. 6-18x44 Vortex Crossfire II. CANIS Designs Stock adapter, and Magpul handguard adapter. CSSPECS 10rd Vepr 308 mags.
  5. DramaticGnome

    Gas Block Compatibility?

    I have a recently purchased saiga 308 that I am in the process of converting, and I was wondering whether a combo FSB/GB from an AK47 or 74 such as the KVAR combo gas block and FSB will fit on it, or if there are any purpose built S308 combo FSB/GB's being manufactured.
  6. TigerMoses

    Maybe it had a $7000 scope?

    I saw this in a smaller, older gun store in Conroe, Texas today. I was too in shock to even ask about it. Two days after gun ban list came out, so I don't know if it was maybe just $2000 last week. Sorry about image orientation, it previewed thumbnail in normal orientation
  7. Need 2 floor plates for Surefire Saiga 308 mags. Thank you.
  8. I have a NIB Saiga Ver 21 Hate to sell but need the funds I was thinking of $675 shipped! Absolutely Brand New Never Fired, Still Wrapped in Box I can take pics tomorow
  9. My first session with the 308! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9__g1T_KfhE
  10. Location : MA Description : LIKE NEW Molot Vepr 308 (this is one of the originals not a recent import...serial number starts with 1998) it has exactly 4 magazines through it, thumbhole stock, large front sight, 21.8" barrel Accessories : Factory box, 1 magazines, original sling Price : $1000 plus shipping to CONUS or BRO Contact Information: matt@drftraining.com Pictures: Statement of Legal compliance: I will comply with all Federal and State Laws. If the firearm is to be shipped, you must provide me with a signed copy of your dealer's FFL (or your 03FFL if this is a Curio and Relic). For private party face-to-face transactions (only permitted by Fed law when both buyer and seller live in same state), I will meet all applicable state and federal laws. When ammunition, magazines or other regulated items are sold/bought or traded as part of this transaction, I agree to follow all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to these items.
  11. 6 lightly used (less than 3-4 insertions each) 308 25RD Poly Magazines made by SGM (SureFire). $230 shipped for all 6. Money order only. No PP. No trades wanted/considered. 6 lightly used (less than 3-4 insertions each) and 2 NIW Saiga 223 30rd Poly Magazines made by SGM (SureFire). $200 shipped for all 8. Money order only. No PP. No trades wanted/considered.
  12. DrThunder88

    Threading a .670 muzzle for 5/8-24

    I finally knocked my .308's FSB off and found that I have a 0.670" diameter underneath it. I've read Dinzag's tutorial on the subject, which says: But, if you'll excuse what reads like a child's temper tantrum, I don't want 17x1mm muzzle threads. I want a Battlecomp like Jim Digriz. I'd at least prefer the option to use any of the many, varied muzzle devices made for the 5/8-24 threads. So here's the question, is the conventional wisdom that a 0.670" muzzle cannot be threaded in 5/8-24 just a guideline, or is it a sure thing that I'm going to screw something up if I try it? I don't have access to a lathe, nor can I be arsed to hire the job out to a gunsmith. Paying for shop time to remove two hundredths of an inch from the barrel's radius just seems profane. If 0.670" is fatally wide, can I draw file some shallow flats on the muzzle, gradually connecting them to form a polygonal profile roughly approximating a circle of the correct diameter? I envision draw filing at 12 o'clock, 6 o'clock, 9 o'clock, and 6 o'clock before rotating the barrel 45 degrees and continuing the same pattern. If I use the same number of strokes each time, I imagine the end result will be close enough to circular that the die, indexed to the barrel via TAT, will round off the vertices.
  13. Im in the market for a "fighting" rifle although ill hopefully only use it for plinkin and hunting. Im on a budget so I cant get a M1A. A few people said I could buy an AR kit but I'd like something more potent than 223 since I will use it for hunting anyway. I know saigas arent meant to be tack drivers but I was wondering if yall could help me get the right saiga configuration for me. I'd like primarily wood and metal or the stock can be synthetic but most of the parts have to be metal. I know plastic is fine but I like heavier guns for some reason if they are too light they feel like toys. I also want the most accurate one Im not going to shoot competion I just like to shoot far.
  14. 308 Modular Weapon System, 16" Chrome Lined - LMT http://www.mississip...lmt-p-3214.html Lewis Machine & Tool Company MWS .308 upper receiver with 16" chrome-lined 1:10" twist .308 barrel, standard semi-auto bolt carrier group, tactical charging handle assembly, LM308MWS lower with SOPMOD buttstock, two-stage trigger group, ambi selector and ambi mag release. Complete weapon ships with a sling, operator's manual, tactical adjustable rear sight, tactical front sight, (1) twenty-round magazine, (2) heavy duty push button swivels(included as of 2011 orders), torque wrench/driver and (3) rail panels
  15. Rommel88mm

    Saiga 308

    From the album: Saiga .308, 21"

  16. Rommel88mm

    300 yard target

    From the album: Saiga .308, 21"

  17. Rommel88mm

    IMAG0050

    From the album: Saiga .308, 21"

  18. Rommel88mm

    IMAG0049

    From the album: Saiga .308, 21"

    Closeup of bipod, magazines rock in and out without catching on the hardware.
  19. Rommel88mm

    IMAG0048

    From the album: Saiga .308, 21"

    Recently added Versa-Pod bipod with mini-14 adapter. Still a work in progress, but so far I'm in love.
  20. Hello all. This is my fist post here. I tried to run a search for this info, but I couldn't find exactly what I was looking for. Sorry if I'm doubling down on a topic. So, I've been looking into Saigas for a while now, and I've decided to get one. Trouble is, I'm having a bit of a time deciding on caliber. I see split decisions on almost every thread on almost every forum, so I thought I would ask for some more specific opinions. For my personal uses (weekend rec shooting, occasional target/group shooting, and of course SHTF/home defense) I'm trying to find out if the frequently-stated benefits of these particular cartridges carry over to the Saiga platform. For example: 5.56x45 accuracy. I've seen so many threads about 5.56 vs 7.62 Soviet, and most of the proponents of 5.56 cite accuracy as the deciding factor. The problem for me is that the accuracy from this round is as much from the tight, precise AR-15 platform and it's brothers as it is from the round itself. Can the Saiga, with its loose tolerances. take full advantage of the potential in 5.56? At what range does 5.56 show a practical advantage in accuracy over the 7.62 Soviet in a Saiga? (Practical would be hitting a man-sized target or missing completely.) .308 power and range. We all know the pitch for .308. It's one of the most prolific sniper/DMR rounds in the world. Again, though, I have to wonder if the Saiga is a viable platform for it. I would LOVE to hear that it makes a great DMR comparable to the M14, but all wishes aside, that doesn't seem very likely. I commonly see figures of 2-3 MOA from talented shooters with good rifles, and that's about the most I could hope for from any rifle at the moment. Again, though, is the ~800 yard range of the .308 lost on a platform not designed to take advantage of it? If I shoot .308 and 7.62x39 side-by-side, how much of a difference would I see at 100 meters? 300? 400? (If I shoot past 400 I'm getting something just for that purpose.) And, of course, 7.62x39, the native cartridge. The major selling point when comparing the three is normally price. So, taking the above points into consideration, is the price advantage of 7.62x39 enough to overcome the potential accuracy lost? I mean, if I have to take 3-4 shots to hit a target vice 1-2 from the the other calibers, would it be worth it still? I've been staring at pictures and forums for days, and I just can't decide. I know that "just buy what you like the most" is going to pop up a few times, and that's fine. But I'm a statistically oriented person, and I'm not going to buy one caliber over the other without at least some specific, kinda-sorta practical justification. Thank you in advance.
  21. Hi all. I am in the middle of a 308 conversion. I got a complete conversion from CSS. Almost everything is done and I am reassembling the FCG. When the rifle is almost complete with the trigger/spring/hammer and retaining plate, during function checks the leg on the right side of the spring moves from the rear of the trigger (where its supposed to be) and falls inside of the trigger group. The spring is the factory one, and the rifle only has a single "hook" cut in the receiver. This causes malfunctions and the trigger will not reset/clear with it falling in there. I know I am installing it right. Do I need a new hammer/trigger reset spring? Did anyone else have this problem with their 308? Thanks for the help, I am so close and didn't expect this to be an issue??!
  22. Hi all. I am in the middle of a 308 conversion. I got a complete conversion from CSS. Almost everything is done and I am reassembling the FCG. When the rifle is almost complete with the trigger/spring/hammer and retaining plate, during function checks the leg on the right side of the spring moves from the rear of the trigger (where its supposed to be) and falls inside of the trigger group. The spring is the factory one, and the rifle only has one "hook" in the receiver. This causes malfunctions and the trigger will not reset/clear with it falling in there. I know I am installing it right. Do I need a new hammer/trigger reset spring? Did anyone else have this problem with their 308? Thanks for the help, I am so close and didn't expect this to be an issue??!
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