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Haven't fired the gun yet, but just messing with it to see how it feels. Put in an empty magazine, pull the bolt back, push the magazine release and pull the magazine, the bolt slams shut. That's not supposed to happen. Put in a magazine with one shell in it, pull and release the bolt, pull again to eject the shell and simulate firing, push the magazine release and pull the magazine, usually it will stay open. Is this thing defective?
Hello. I was having a special issue with my saiga 12, and i wanted to see if anybody might help me understand it better. I've been shooting for a few years, but just got my saiga12 3 days ago. I read about it online, heard from people I knew who have one, and the store itself, and they all said it would not cycle cheapo winchester or birdshot well. I've got about 100 shells through it, when i noticed a "problem" or something of interest. This gun cycles anything. Literally anything, On any setting. On setting 1 (set aside for slugs), it cycles federal and winchester universal flawlessly. One would think its a good thing, but it could be an omnious sign of defect. Is this normal? Could the gas system be too wide? Is it the puck location? Its screwed all the way on, falling just short of the 1 setting (wont go to 1), so i retracted it to 2 for cheapo loads, and 1 when i shot slugs and more cheapo through) Heres an idea: Top (gas tube) just short of 1 2 for cheapo (normal shooting) 1 for slugs Do i have the puck on too tight or loose? Its as far in as it goes, on 2. Should i be concerned? Thanks