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JACK TRAVERS from JTE sent me a pre-bent Hammer spring for my Saiga 7.62x39. I installed it and took the rifle to the range. It made the Tapco G2(Tromix) trigger as smooth as my AR 15s with a Wilson Combat Trigger and smoother than my Rock River Arms 2 stage match trigger. Not a single light strike and the cycle rate seemed faster. I love my Saiga all over again!!! you can reach Jack at JT Engineering firstname.lastname@example.org 337 353-3534
Hey guys, I just bought a partially converted Saiga 7.62x39 with a 20" barrel last week. It looked really nice, it was very lightly used and has the conversion done to the point where it accepts AK magazines. All this for $475.00; I had to snatch it up. That brings me to where I am now, I pick the rifle up tomorrow along with a m1 garande I bought the same day. Now I have had several saigas come and go from my collection and this time I'm not letting go. I want to convert this one all the way, not sure if I'll do a pistol grip or skeleton stock since its such a long gun the skeleton might look better, but either way I defiantly going to move the trigger without any doubt. Now, before I move forward I have a couple of questions for you guys.... 1. Who makes the best ( most reliable, best fitting ) trigger for my conversion is it still a tapco G2 or is there something a little better out there? How reliable over the long term is the tapco and is one of their models significantly better than the others. 2. Is there anything I should look for with the magazine conversion, like is there a common mistake or problem that can develop from that conversion having been done wrong; could someone post a top down pic of their properly done conversion so I can compare it against mine, again I didn't do the conversion the former owner did. 3. Where can I find a scope, other than those old Korean war era sks scopes, that will slide right onto my standard saiga scope mount without breaking my bank (willing to spend up to $250), I don't need anything to crazy since the range is only maybe 300yards on the gun and I still have better than 20/20 vision just something with some illumination so i can see the cross-hairs, dot or delta at night. Also interested in what people have to say about the ultimak and weather or not it fits properly I hear some guys are left with a gap? Is this ok? and if I decide to go ultimak which one do I get? the regular ak one and not the one for saiga shotguns, right? * If I go pistol grip I'll probably use the ultimak and if I decide on a skeleton stock I'll use a scope or acog side mount simply because I think they look better that way. Its just an IMO thing I know your millage may vary. In the spirit of this feel free to post pics of your conversions maybe I'll catch on to some new ideas I haven't seen before. -Thanks in advance for help guys-
Help! I finally got a chance to get my 7.62 conversion out to the range and found that when I pull the trigger the first round will fire but not a second. to remedy this I need to move the trigger forward and then the next round will fire. I'm sure I mst have missed something but everything seemed to dry fire OK. Hoping somebody can help me get this. The trigger is a Tapco G2 that was modified by Tromex. For the record, I'm sure the issue is my install and not Tapco or Tromex so please hold off on the hate mail LOL. Thanks for your help and ideas everyone.