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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aV-jezaHzYs Just finished testing out my Saiga 12 for the first time. Did some simple tests. Basically just seeing if the shotgun is reliable and that the parts worked that I added. Hope you get something out of this video . Note: This shotgun was bought in late 2012 and has three (3) unobstructed gas ports.
Can anyone please give me a measurements for the MD V-Plug. The factory Saiga gas plug I have is 3/4". 2 3/4" slugs and buckshot are ejecting at about 1-1:30 vs birdshot at 2:30-3 o'clock making me think the Saiga is way over gassed on setting 1 only. My gas block looks a lot like the image for Factory Plug B below from this MD Arms V-Plug literature. Seems like a ton of light coming through there.
To those who use the Gunfixer, V-plug or Autoplug and others, try to tune your gun to shoot ther crappiest ammo from the hip, or do the tune it to hit the sweet spot when fired from your shoulder. Most of the time I've noticed there are two different reliability settings for shouldered and unsupported fire. I had my gun running on the autoplug when I fired from the shoulder, but I kept tuning until there weren't any failures when I fired it from the hip, so it was not backed by my shoulder. Then I thought maybe I was overdoing it a bit; how are all of you tuning your guns? To be failure free when supported, or to be failure free when fired with not shoulder behind it (unsupported)?