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W :super: W nyclu3 that baby turned out awesome! I really like the shape of the stock and other furniture. KUDOS BR!

 

That being said though, I still don't think I would let my wife "stain BRG3's wood"!... :lol::o:lolol::cryss:

 

J/K!...lol...you know I'm just teasin man! Great lookin Saiga AK 12!!

 

I'm interested in what you did with the rails...do tell...

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NYCLU3 The tactical shotguns get all the oooo's and ahhhhh's but the wood on a Saiga is the best looking way to go.........

and yours looks FANTASTIC!

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Ummmm...Geister, in reference to post #115...where's the Saiga? And more importantly WHERE DO I GET ONE OF THOSE CALENDERS!? :wub:

 

 

He doesn't need it. He already has a bunch of pics up of women that look alot better than me. Don't need any more competition!!!

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www.title2media.com is the website for the calendars. They are high quality USA printed sweet a$$ calendars. Images suitable for framing. :rolleyes:

Makes a great stocking stuffer!! We will have a table at the SAR show in Phoenix with a couple models, come by.

Geister

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Been gone for awhile... again... and got back and did some shooting with my guns. I love my Saiga 12 so much I need another but this one I want done with the AK74 side folding but stock like in posts #18 and #37. Where did you get them done or how did you do it?

 

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Cobra (or anybody else that knows), I'm guessing you can get two kinds of Ace stock folding adapters. One is external and one is internal? Is that correct? What are the pros and cons of both? I imagine the internal one requires some handiwork to the backplate, etc?

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Cobra (or anybody else that knows), I'm guessing you can get two kinds of Ace stock folding adapters. One is external and one is internal? Is that correct? What are the pros and cons of both? I imagine the internal one requires some handiwork to the backplate, etc?

Correct. The external block just screws on and IMO looks like crap--it just doesn't look right (too long.) The internal block requires a little cutting and welding but gives a much more professional and correct appearance.

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Cobra (or anybody else that knows), I'm guessing you can get two kinds of Ace stock folding adapters. One is external and one is internal? Is that correct? What are the pros and cons of both? I imagine the internal one requires some handiwork to the backplate, etc?

Correct. The external block just screws on and IMO looks like crap--it just doesn't look right (too long.) The internal block requires a little cutting and welding but gives a much more professional and correct appearance.

 

 

Anyone have photos showing both adapters? And what length ACE stocks would one need to have the length of pull like the factory stock?

P.S I am sorry if this is not the right thread for this question. I do not want to hijack. Mods move if it is

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This is the external block that "looks like crap"...to some...

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This is the old style internal block that REALLY looks like crap....

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And this is the new internal block that looks much better....

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Thank you very much Cobra. I have been on the fence about doing a conversion on my S12 myselfe. Thanks to Tony's soon to be release trigger guard/saftey stop I think I have summoned up the courage to do this. As I will not be paying a smith to do this I will put a folder on it. I think I can live with the external block for the no cutting instal. I want to thank you guys and gals for this forum and the info it provides.

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W :super: W nyclu3 that baby turned out awesome! I really like the shape of the stock and other furniture. KUDOS BR!

 

That being said though, I still don't think I would let my wife "stain BRG3's wood"!... :lol::o:lolol::cryss:

 

J/K!...lol...you know I'm just teasin man! Great lookin Saiga AK 12!!

 

I'm interested in what you did with the rails...do tell...

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Sorry Cobra,

 

I just now found this reply thread! :blink::wacko: I have since changed it up since then. But thank you for your kind words. I modified the trigger group to eliminate the trigger slap and welded HK sights. pics are on another comp.

 

nyclu3

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Will - Your new Red Jacket S-12 looks awesome! Of course I expected no less from Will @ Red Jacket, as he is quite the gunsmith and does some amazing builds. With the barrel that short be sure you don't burn your tatoo off. :eek: Great accessory for LEO who likes to work hurricanes. :super: Enjoy it and maybe I can try it out at Will's next B-day bash.

 

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dose any one know where i can get a halo rail system iv looked every where. or better yet dose anyone here want to sell me there halo system

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iv talked to the Chaos people and the fastes they could ship one out was 3 weeks that means it will be 4 weeks befor it gets here im in the army and deploy in 5 weeks i just want to get my baby done and i like the way the halo looks anyway

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Sorry about the post in the picture thread. I got a little excited about that shorty 870!

 

I built the 870. it has a 7 inch barrel and an OAL of 17 inches.

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Again nclu3 that really turned out awesome.

Like the new brake too. Great job dinzag! :super:

 

 

Trigger slap/pull mod, HK sights, AK74 Dinzag brake, MD drum...

 

 

 

 

 

nyclu3

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Name the car....lets see. Hot Chick and a Saiga 12-Lets call it LUCKY ( :

 

Judging from the back glass and width, real guess is old Cadi, possibly death mobile or limo??

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my guess is an 89 caprice classic or a year close to that. could be older though, maybe late 70s but they made them all the same for a while haha

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my guess is an 89 caprice classic or a year close to that. could be older though, maybe late 70s but they made them all the same for a while haha

 

Ooh Lance you're so close, it is a Caprice. But it can't be a '89 because if you look closely you'll see it's a 2 door.

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