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Hey guys so I am wondering how rare it would be for a 7.62x39 Saiga Ak to fire without being fully locked into battery. That small tail on the end of the bolt carrier I understant is just for that so that the hammer hits that until the bolt is locked into battery. Can that tale wear down to the point where this could happen and if it did happen would it act as if the rifles headspacing was off and blow the gun up and possibly your face?
So i polished my bolt and carrier. On the bolt stem is the only place actually polished on the bolt. I used one of those dremel attatchments, its a polishing wheel made of like cotton or something with polishing compound inside the fabric. I wasn't even thinking about it but I hope i didnt mess any thing up by polishing those contact points on the bolt. What do you guys think? ....whoops sorry about the title, got distracted i guess.
** Cross-Posted ** I have a spare bolt carrier for a Saiga or Arsenal SGL 7.62x39 that I was going to use for a project but never got around to it. This came off of a brand new Arsenal SGL (Saiga) rifle. It has only seen a few rounds. The number on it is 662. Excellent / like new condition. It will also work in a Saiga 5.45 and .223/5.56 K-Var had the same bolt carrier listed for $95.00 plus shipping. I'm asking $70.00 (OBO) shipped. Paypal only. The only trades I will consider are: - 7.62x25 Tokarev ammo - Hex receiver Mosin Nagant rifle in good condition (+ a little cash on my part if necessary)