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Hey guys! If anyone is interested in having their Saiga 12 professionally converted to pistol grip and customized...check me out at www.saiga12conversions.com or www.lebaneseforcesarmory.com . The base price for all parts and labor...which includes a tri-rail forend, magpul vertical foregrip, and tapco folding stock...is $600. I have a few upgrade options available as well, including a wide assortment of top-quality buttstocks. I also retain the bolt-hold-open feature on all of my conversions, unless you request otherwise. I am going to do my very best to maintain a 2-week turnaround, so if you have been waiting...you need wait no more . I don't pretend to be the master craftsman that Tony Rumore at Tromix is...but I do perform a professional, clean, and rugged conversion, with premium parts. And my conversions definitely have their virtues and advantages...besides just being fast. So...make your Saiga all it can be...check out the website, my contact information is posted under the "About L.F.Armory" tab.
Hello all, I finally decided to convert my Saiga 12 with some supplies from Mississippi Auto Arms. I got most of it done watching their videos for the trigger. I put in the Tromix trigger grouping and fire control group. There was one part of the video which confused me which was when the guy said we needed to file down part of hammer for the slide to pass over it. I decided to skip that part and continue putting the parts together. I finally finished and were putting the final parts like when you disassemble it. I noticed the bolt assembly was not sliding in fully into where it belongs. So the question I had was, should we file down part of the hammer for the bolt assembly to pass over? Or are their any modifications or parts we need to reassemble the Saiga like you normally would to clean it.
I live in new york and am limited on what I can do to a saiga 12. I am thinking about purchasing one but have a few questions first. I want to make it 922r compliant so I can use 10 round magazines. I know the trigger group is 3 parts and I need 5. The stock I want to use is not us made and I can not have a pistol grip. so thats 2 parts I can't use. I know I can get a gas piston that I think will count as another part so thats 4. I would like to keep the stock hand guard. Is there any other part that I can use to make it compliant? beside the hand guard? Thanks.