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I recently bought my first Saiga-12. It came in a nice case with a Kobra Red Dot scope, which I did not realize was missing its on-off switch. Upon investigation, I saw my scope's problem was about as bad as a Kobra on-off switch problem could be. I had a switch knob which had the axis pin (the little potmetal ramp which actuates the arm that actually operates the power microswitch) sheared off inside the knob. I had no detent ball or spring, and to make the situation worse, when I pulled the cover off I found that the axis pin itself was broken in three pieces. It was a suck situation to be s
Dear Forum Members! I would like to announce that we now are importing Russian optics, manufactured by Zenit-BelOMO, the largest manufacturer of optical scopes and sights on the territory of the former USSR, located in Belarus. There was interest on the forum to optics and we decided to explore the possibility of bringing them to the United States. This summer we have even visited the factory in Minsk and left quite impressed. We are glad to announce that we are now an official distributor! There are currently two types of scopes that are available in our store: Red Dot Collimator