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We are happy to announce we finally have these back in stock! $25 Shipped, in the continental US. To order, please contact Racegal20 or myself with a PM. We'll take care of you right away. Since I first came up with this idea around 8 years ago, these vented steel upper handguards for the S-12 & S-20, have been in high demand.They require no tools to install, a rubber mallet is helpful however, when seating them in place. They have been custom fitted to snap down over your S-12 or S-20 gas tube, and the upper edges of your lower HG or stock forearm keep them snug in place. They look great, and also serve the purpose of protecting you (or your gun case) from a hot gas tube, after emptying a few mags through your shotgun. We also have some of these available for the SKS rifles. Please specify so that you receive the correct one. Due to very limited stock (for now...), we would prefer to fill orders for just one HG, per customer, until the rest of our stock comes in. That way we can hopefully keep enough in stock to serve as many different customers as we can for a bit. If you do want more than one, please do let us know and you will be assured first dibs on the next batch to come in. We apologize for any inconvenience. I took these photos today out in the sun, to give everyone an idea what they look like installed on various different Saigas and SKS rifles of mine. The American flag is a reminder that these are made in USA! Please support your local American small businesses! If it wasn't for us little guys out there... the innovators who originally come up with the custom parts & ideas for the Saigas over here, it would still just be the ugly duckling it was 10 years ago! Now for some pics to show how much we believe in actually using the products and services we sell. These pics are kinda big to show detail (click to enlarge), so I'll be adding each different weapon in a separate post. One of my first... Saiga 20 gauge - When I decided to put Russian wood on this shotgun, way back when...there were really no American made accessories for these guns. I fashioned a lower HG retainer from an AK rifle one. Rather than go through all the trouble custom making parts, to be able to add a wooden upper HG, I decided instead to go with this. It has worked very well to keep my barrel and gas tube cooler, kept my fingers from getting burned on the gas tube, and gives the gun a custom look I like.
I recently converted a S-20 that produced a strange cycling issue. As for the gas system all I did was increase the three gas ports to 3/32. Because slide was only opening 3/4 of range. I decided it was under gased. The Slide, bolt, and bolt head move smooth as glass. But the gun will only cycle properly (w/o FTE/FTE) when the gas system valve is in the #1 position (colsed position). Not a problem, just strange. Thinking it may be over gassed, I have tried the adjustable V plug, MD valves they will not work in any position. I hate being a profectionest, I keep trying to fix things that are not broke. I would like your thoughts Dave
I have for sale or trade a NIB Saiga 20ga with 14 magazines. Everything is located in WV and if you live close to the northern pandhandle I can do a FTF. The first "I'll take it " gets it and it will be crossed posted so I will go by time stamps. Make sure your FFl accepts from a private seller if I have to have my dealer ship it it will be $25 extra. Here is what I got: 1) a NIB Saiga S-20 IZ-105 19" unconverted with 1 3" mag $500 2) a factory 2rd mag 20X70 $30 3) 5 factory 5rd mags 20X70 (2 are NIW) $150 or $30 each 4) 2 factory 10rd mags 20X70 $260 or $130 each 5) 2 factory 8rd mags 20X76 (1 NIW and 1 has a wedge to allow 70mm shells) $260 or $130 each 6) 2 factory 10rd mags 20X76 $260 or $130 each 7) a new US made clear 14rd mag $40 Prices do not include shipping. The only form of payment I take is Postal moneyorders. I am open to trades + or - cash I am looking for a milled AK, any Krinkov gun or kit. I may be open to almost anything else just ask. Thanks