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The leader in gas utilization and regulation technology, resulting in a major increase in Saiga 12 reliability and longevity, freedom of ammo choice, and convenience. It's an amalgamation of efficiency and automatic setting free regulation of the Saiga 12 Gas system. The Auto plug takes the place of the factory Gas Adjustment Plug. It eliminates the need to manually change settings by automatically regulating the operations gas utilization. It maximizes the efficiency of the Saiga 12 Gas system. It helps under gassed guns cycle reliably and also regulates and releases excess gas pressure from High Brass and self defense ammo harmlessly into ambient pressure zone Please read the instructions fully to prevent damage or Injury to property or yourself. http://www.mississippiautoarms.com/mobile.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=1531
$25 takes them with PayPal gift or +3.5% for Paypal goods. All are basically unused. Puck has had 50 rounds on it. I can provide more pictures if needed. Also, have eBay and other feedback if needed. Feedback: Celltraderonline Ebay Heatware Adding: Tac-47 AutoPlug $40 with PayPal gift or +3.5% for Paypal goods. Will post pic of AutoPlug later. Only used with 5 rounds then removed for V-plug. *Also, this is now cross posted on other sites*
TARE posted a topic in Saiga-12To 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)?