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Hi. Just wondering how often you clean your MKA's. I fired about 300 rounds of birdshot on Sunday and it was pretty fouled up but was still running great at the end (apart from the gas regulator nut coming loose - separate thread) I always strip it right down including separating the upper and lower and give it a good clean and oil every time I shoot it, is this necessary? Not that I wont clean it after every shoot (I actually enjoy cleaning it) just curious.
STATUS = AVAILABLE My dog broke her leg (Avulsion of Tibial Tuberosity) and she needs immediate surgery (within next 2-3 weeks), which I don't have money for. I'm am forced to sell or trade my new converted saiga 12. I will sell the gun for $800 and this will include the converted saiga shotgun, oil container, tool kit, cleaning rod, 10 round magazine (made by AGP arms) and a lock (required by law I believe). I can throw in the optics mount (in pics) for an additional $25. I can throw in a soft gun case for an additional $25. OR If you live in Texas (preferably close to the Dallas area) and are an orthopedic veterinarian surgeon, then I will trade the gun FREE of charge in exchange for your services to perform surgical repair on my dog (including anaesthetic costs). An X-ray of the injury is at the very bottom for you to assess. Dog age is 4.5 months and weighs 29.5 lbs. Breed is poodle (standard). More on the gun: - Made by izhmash (not sure if in 2011 or 2012) - Converted and legalized by Legion USA Inc - Here is the model http://legionusainc.com/izsl-109a-saiga-12.html - I purchased it less than 6 months ago (LIKE NEW AND FLAWLESS!!!!!) - It's had less than 100 rounds through it - I added an ambidexterous extended mag release after purchase (comes installed) If you have any questions do not hesitate to PM me or post in this thread. GUN VIDEOS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lX2ZSGxwhks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THig-34Pjpg GUN PICTURES SCOPE MOUNT (Additional $25) -- SOFT CASE "Not Pictured" (Additional $25) XRAY PIC (For veterinarian surgeons "Trade" option)