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Hey everyone, my name is Mr B (until we go fully public). Me and a good friend of mine are currently looking at producing a belt feeding device for Saiga 12's, AR-15's and 10's, and 7.62 AK's. We're currently working on prototypes at the moment, and seem to have a proof of concept. This being said, me and him are pursuing a patent for our design and intend to take precision machining classes this coming fall to help produce it, and production within the next two years (hopefully, I don't want to make promises I cannot keep). 

I wanted to see how interested the Saiga community would be in purchasing a product like this. The device allows you to feed a belt holding 100 rounds (these belts can be clipped together). We currently have a functional battery operated prototype and are working on designing a spring loaded design. This device feeds shells into the Saiga while consecutively ejecting the belt (by one slot) every time a shell is ejected.

Obviously the largest market is the AR and AK markets, but I feel like you guys are hungry to pop off 100 rounds of birdshot without reloading. Please let us know if you're interested in this project. We're both young entrepreneurs and want to build you guys something incredible. Again sorry for the vagueness.

As a side-note, this product is not legally defined as a high capacity magazine by California law etc. The feeding device is intended to feed a belt in and out of it, and it may hold shells if you choose to do such.This being said, we intend to sell this product to every state in these states united. With this being said, it is also a clear, hard, and large screw you to the states that like to restrict your fun.

As another side-note, this belt feeding device will not  require modification for your firearm (upper reciever etc.), and will work with any firearms that take standard Saiga magazines.

Price comes out to $100 or so

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Sounds interesting if the production model works reliably

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2 hours ago, patriot said:

Sounds interesting if the production model works reliably

Agreed. I’ll try anything once. If it works well, I’m in!

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It does seem a little far-fetched, but for the moment let's assume that what you are saying is true.  If that is the case, then yes S12 fans would be very interested.

 

The 2 parts that are suspect are the $100 price and the "no modifications necessary"

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5 hours ago, pedal2alloy said:

It does seem a little far-fetched, but for the moment let's assume that what you are saying is true.  If that is the case, then yes S12 fans would be very interested.

 

The 2 parts that are suspect are the $100 price and the "no modifications necessary"

The price could go up in the future, but as for modifications. The way our design works is that a sprocket attached to a small motor strips the belt from the ammunition as it feeds into the feeding ramp. Essentially, it's meant to be a replacement for high capacity magazines.

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Its possible to make such an item. But I promise the price will balloon.. Since you are planning to go to classes to learn how you have little experience.

Nothing is easy or cheap.. I'd suggest looking at similar devices and pricing.

Market value should be $300 or so.. Don't commit yourself to $100, I don't think that price point is possible.

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