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Posted 09 February 2007 - 10:54 AM

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Posted 25 February 2007 - 12:27 AM

Jammer, nice builds. What's the deal with the muzzle devices??? Are they functional, or just eye candy?

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Posted 25 February 2007 - 03:32 PM

Jammer, nice builds. What's the deal with the muzzle devices??? Are they functional, or just eye candy?


Thanks, the muzzle devices are there to keep them non NFA. I'ts like a long flash hider, these are for looks only. I'm still testing a few S-12 comps for IPSC shooting, will have them posted soon.

The 8" shotgun has a 11" flash hider with a 1.5" overlap pinned and welded in place with an 18.5" OAL, The flash hider is opened up to vent off gas pressure so that the system functions as a true 8" gun. This is for all those who like the looks of a SBS but live in a non SBS state.

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Posted 26 February 2007 - 10:58 AM

Love the AKS 12 Make! :devil:
Wood is good!

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Posted 26 February 2007 - 12:18 PM

Love the AKS 12 Make! :devil:
Wood is good!


(Finally got that picture to this forum... :D )
Credit for that goes to you, C; you opened my eyes to see beauty of the wood on S-12. Thanks for that!

Yep; I got woody... ;)

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 02:31 AM

JAMMER- Nice work. You have some great looking Saigas. What kind of red dot is on that Saiga? I still need to convert my Saiga 12 and 223 and these photo posts inspire me.

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Posted 01 March 2007 - 10:12 AM

JAMMER- Nice work. You have some great looking Saigas. What kind of red dot is on that Saiga? I still need to convert my Saiga 12 and 223 and these photo posts inspire me.


Thanks, it's an old school Tasco PDP4 alittle high for my taste, customer had it for awhile. He will change to a JP or Doctor soon.

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Posted 09 March 2007 - 09:13 AM

Turrican, yours looks real nice. Not over-the-top, just right.

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Posted 09 March 2007 - 02:39 PM

Thank you. I was originaly going to SBR it but I have sworn off NFA items for the rest of the year. Tired of paying the tax stamps. I really wanted a parkarized finish on my SAIGA but just FYI to those who may try it, the paint is a bitch to get off.

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Posted 10 March 2007 - 07:30 PM

Banshie

Great Saiga!! Great photo! :up:

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Posted 10 March 2007 - 08:16 PM

That's badass banshee!

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Posted 13 March 2007 - 10:02 AM

ok, Where o where did you all get the stock adaptor that allows you to use a REAL ar15/M16 buffer tube/ reciever extencion? I have a cheap tapco one on one of my saigas right now and am willing to pay the $$$ to replace it with a real CAR stock and the adaptor for it.
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Posted 13 March 2007 - 05:41 PM

Thanks, I thought the flag would spice "Ivan" up some.
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Posted 14 March 2007 - 09:44 PM

Surely there are many questions and comments about the guns posted in the picture thread. Please post all of those here so I don't have to keep going back and deleting them from the pic thread. Thanks.
I'll start...
#1 Pointer great idea! Nice damn weapon too! Good to see someone posting about Jeric's LRBHO, now we will know who's got em.
Careful posting all those mag pics, you are likely to get hate mail...lol.
#2 Welcome aboard Bullitt3401, another Mustang fan, hell yeah! Congrats on taking the plunge. God help you now!
#3 Wildcatter those are a couple of the most beautiful Saigas in the world bro! Hat's off! :up: Didn't you say you were gonna finish em out with Ace / Galil skeleton stocks?
#4 That guy really needs to get a life! :eek:
#8 micah360 Tony did you right bro! That baby is a sleek machine. Simple and to the point. That's the first gun I have liked with OD green!
#9 AWESOME bro and that's a huge understatement! No finer S-12 anywhere.
#10 Shooter 2 that's a sweet Russian hammer you have. Interesting light mount...original.
#12 I J That rail is sweet man! I like it much better than the halo.
#13 Gunsmithcat she's coming along very nicely man! Wood is GOOD. Let me know if I can help you brighten those pics.
#14 Beerslurpy nice Tromix sweeper. Looks like you have the Korsak laser too. Or is that a light mounted in there? Putting AK HGs on there is not just a job, it's an adventure! Check out my tutorial pinned in the S-12 important topics section or if you really want to go all out look at dinzag's AKS-12 thread in his sig line. If ya want that S-12 HG to look better and cool better send it to me and I'll fix that.

They are all sweet guns in the pic thread! These were just some posts that really caught my eye.

Keep em comin guys! :super:




can anyone tell me if sharkbreaks are threaded?
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Posted 14 March 2007 - 11:56 PM

can anyone tell me if sharkbreaks are threaded?


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Posted 15 March 2007 - 10:21 PM

thanks tritiun... wut i wanted to here...

new question... lot of nice guns... some of you have angled the ass end of the receiver giving the stock a slight downward angle and some haven't... what is the reason for the angle
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Posted 15 March 2007 - 11:48 PM

thanks tritiun... wut i wanted to here...

new question... lot of nice guns... some of you have angled the ass end of the receiver giving the stock a slight downward angle and some haven't... what is the reason for the angle


Tromix often does that. Think it's a little better ergonomically and facilitates using the sights better. (My guess anyway.)
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Posted 24 March 2007 - 09:42 PM

Surely there are many questions and comments about the guns posted in the picture thread. Please post all of those here so I don't have to keep going back and deleting them from the pic thread. Thanks.
I'll start...
#1 Pointer great idea! Nice damn weapon too! Good to see someone posting about Jeric's LRBHO, now we will know who's got em.
Careful posting all those mag pics, you are likely to get hate mail...lol.
#2 Welcome aboard Bullitt3401, another Mustang fan, hell yeah! Congrats on taking the plunge. God help you now!
#3 Wildcatter those are a couple of the most beautiful Saigas in the world bro! Hat's off! :up: Didn't you say you were gonna finish em out with Ace / Galil skeleton stocks?
#4 That guy really needs to get a life! :eek:
#8 micah360 Tony did you right bro! That baby is a sleek machine. Simple and to the point. That's the first gun I have liked with OD green!
#9 AWESOME bro and that's a huge understatement! No finer S-12 anywhere.
#10 Shooter 2 that's a sweet Russian hammer you have. Interesting light mount...original.
#12 I J That rail is sweet man! I like it much better than the halo.
#13 Gunsmithcat she's coming along very nicely man! Wood is GOOD. Let me know if I can help you brighten those pics.
#14 Beerslurpy nice Tromix sweeper. Looks like you have the Korsak laser too. Or is that a light mounted in there? Putting AK HGs on there is not just a job, it's an adventure! Check out my tutorial pinned in the S-12 important topics section or if you really want to go all out look at dinzag's AKS-12 thread in his sig line. If ya want that S-12 HG to look better and cool better send it to me and I'll fix that.

They are all sweet guns in the pic thread! These were just some posts that really caught my eye.

Keep em comin guys! :super:



guido2 that thing looks great
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Posted 26 March 2007 - 07:10 AM

Surely there are many questions and comments about the guns posted in the picture thread. Please post all of those here so I don't have to keep going back and deleting them from the pic thread. Thanks.
I'll start...
#1 Pointer great idea! Nice damn weapon too! Good to see someone posting about Jeric's LRBHO, now we will know who's got em.
Careful posting all those mag pics, you are likely to get hate mail...lol.
#2 Welcome aboard Bullitt3401, another Mustang fan, hell yeah! Congrats on taking the plunge. God help you now!
#3 Wildcatter those are a couple of the most beautiful Saigas in the world bro! Hat's off! :up: Didn't you say you were gonna finish em out with Ace / Galil skeleton stocks?
#4 That guy really needs to get a life! :eek:
#8 micah360 Tony did you right bro! That baby is a sleek machine. Simple and to the point. That's the first gun I have liked with OD green!
#9 AWESOME bro and that's a huge understatement! No finer S-12 anywhere.
#10 Shooter 2 that's a sweet Russian hammer you have. Interesting light mount...original.
#12 I J That rail is sweet man! I like it much better than the halo.
#13 Gunsmithcat she's coming along very nicely man! Wood is GOOD. Let me know if I can help you brighten those pics.
#14 Beerslurpy nice Tromix sweeper. Looks like you have the Korsak laser too. Or is that a light mounted in there? Putting AK HGs on there is not just a job, it's an adventure! Check out my tutorial pinned in the S-12 important topics section or if you really want to go all out look at dinzag's AKS-12 thread in his sig line. If ya want that S-12 HG to look better and cool better send it to me and I'll fix that.

They are all sweet guns in the pic thread! These were just some posts that really caught my eye.

Keep em comin guys! :super:



guido2 that thing looks great


Hello, mccumber1916
Thanks, Sir! Nothing special, but I have to admit, the SOCOM stock has proved to be a wonderful addition to both the S12 and my S-.308.
Originally, I selected them because they were very "under-represented" and I wanted something a bit different. However, functionaly, those are GREAT! Built like a rock, fully adjustable, and comfortable as hell. I endorse them 100%.

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Posted 27 March 2007 - 06:44 PM

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All rear lower half rail extensions (2 sections of rail from left, 2 from bottom and 2 from right) were cut off.

Why I have to do it in my case:

First, bottom rail interfere with magwell, also I have to mill inner part of lower half to better coax fit with lower handguard mounting hole.
After that I have to cut left side to allow buttstock to fold and right side to better access to charging handle (additional 6 sections of rail was milled off) - last two cuts is an obvious consequences of the first part. And yes I also have those damn gas port holes slightly to the right from the place they should be so it's not absolutely symmetrical but not much to bother.

Update: I forgot to mention one more fitting I actually did - the one Cobra 76 two described here:
http://forum.saiga-1...o...st&p=142663

... have to move the hole for the mounting screw rearward about 1/8". Also had to mill out the inside to make more room for the mounting lug.


Separate Magwells are very rare guests in Moscow gunshops too. It seems quite easy to install - some cuts on original Saiga-12 magwell (rear and fore sides), hole for forward fastening and you quite good to go.

My magwell was installed by request on IZHMASH about 1.5 year ago. I had to wait 5 month for them doing this couple of hourís procedure.
It's available on custom made Saigas 12-040-02 by Legion here, 02 stands for SVD-S stock
http://www.exclusive...index.php/id177
(all russian)

Old magazines were sold out - they will not fit this magwell.

I'm glad to have this piece of hardware on my Saiga, not just because people have to gather their jaws from the ground and irresistibly fall into 2 minutes stupor by witnessing it. It gives much better feel and universality I was missing before. Balance shifted a bit forward is also good for me.

All glory to the HALO mfg!

If there still any more questions I'll try to answer them

Edited by ZakherBakher, 04 May 2007 - 02:13 PM.


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Posted 28 March 2007 - 02:32 PM

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All rear lower half rail extensions (2 sections of rail from left, 2 from bottom and 2 from right) were cut off.

Why I have to do it in my case:

First, bottom rail interfere with magwell, also I have to mill inner part of lower half to better coax fit with lower handguard mounting hole.
After that I have to cut left side to allow buttstock to fold and right side to better access to charging handle (additional 6 sections of rail was milled off) - last two cuts is an obvious consequences of the first part. And yes I also have those damn gas port holes slightly to the right from the place they should be so it's not absolutely symmetrical but not much to bother.

Separate Magwells are very rare guests in Moscow gunshops too. It seems quite easy to install - some cuts on original Saiga-12 magwell (rear and fore sides), hole for forward fastening and you quite good to go.

My magwell was installed by request on IZHMASH about 1.5 year ago. I had to wait 5 month for them doing this couple of hourís procedure.
It's available on custom made Saigas 12-040-02 by Legion here, 02 stands for SVD-S stock
http://www.exclusive...index.php/id177
(all russian)

Old magazines were sold out - they will not fit this magwell.

I'm glad to have this piece of hardware on my Saiga, not just because people have to gather their jaws from the ground and irresistibly fall into 2 minutes stupor by witnessing it. It gives much better feel and universality I was missing before. Balance shifted a bit forward is also good for me.

All glory to the HALO mfg!

If there still any more questions I'll try to answer them


that sums it up nicely... lucky for me halo mfg is in my home town
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Posted 30 March 2007 - 04:46 PM

:lol: I saw Garys name in the Saiga picture post and I thought he had posted a pic of his 37 E-mail TROMIX ! I almost broke my mouse finger trying to call up the photo and lo and behold there was Wolfhounds Tromix 19.

I was never so disapointed in my life! :P I have been waiting so long...... I bet you have waiting a long time too, Gary!

The UPS guy left me a love letter sometime today too. He has my 10rnd mags from TROMIX and now he wont come back until MONDAY! :bann:

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Posted 30 March 2007 - 07:35 PM

:lol: I saw Garys name in the Saiga picture post and I thought he had posted a pic of his 37 E-mail TROMIX ! I almost broke my mouse finger trying to call up the photo and lo and behold there was Wolfhounds Tromix 19.

I was never so disapointed in my life! :P I have been waiting so long...... I bet you have waiting a long time too, Gary!

The UPS guy left me a love letter sometime today too. He has my 10rnd mags from TROMIX and now he wont come back until MONDAY! :bann:


Johnny Gun - You're too hilarious... :super: Actually, the implication of your comment is correct; I shouldn't have posted a reply within that particular thread, since I believe that thread should only contain photos of members' S-12s (... my apologies to everyone, I won't do that again). Besides, I wouldn't have posted pics in that particular thread anyway.... since my TROMIX will be a S-20 and not a S-12 (there's a specific thread for S-20 pic postings).

The irony of the timing to your remarks couldn't be more appropriate... I WAS expecting my TROMIX S-20 to be delivered today (Friday, 30 March), but according to Tony, his "office help" failed to make the drop-off to UPS this past Monday, so my shottie wasn't dropped-off at his local UPS until the following day; Tuesday. Having the UPS Tracking number in hand (thanks to Tony), I learned two days ago that the scheduled delivery date is presently this coming Monday **groan & ugh**.

Nonetheless, I promise to have all kinds of photos (because that's the type of knuckle-head that I am)... close-up pics as well, shortly after my baby arrives. Don't expect that until any earlier than Tuesday evening or possibly Wednesday.

As a small teaser, attached is a photo Tony sent to me of the handmade, one-off BHO he fabricated for my S-20... something one wouldn't be able to see after the gun is fully put together. Tony's S-20 BHO is depicted at top (before painting or whatever), and the one at bottom is reportedly an OEM BHO off of a S-12. Interesting difference, no? Pretty darned robust BHO if I do say-so myself. :devil:

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Posted 31 March 2007 - 10:27 AM

:lol: I saw Garys name in the Saiga picture post and I thought he had posted a pic of his 37 E-mail TROMIX ! I almost broke my mouse finger trying to call up the photo and lo and behold there was Wolfhounds Tromix 19.

I was never so disapointed in my life! :P I have been waiting so long...... I bet you have waiting a long time too, Gary!

The UPS guy left me a love letter sometime today too. He has my 10rnd mags from TROMIX and now he wont come back until MONDAY! :bann:


Johnny Gun - You're too hilarious... :super: Actually, the implication of your comment is correct; I shouldn't have posted a reply within that particular thread, since I believe that thread should only contain photos of members' S-12s (... my apologies to everyone, I won't do that again). Besides, I wouldn't have posted pics in that particular thread anyway.... since my TROMIX will be a S-20 and not a S-12 (there's a specific thread for S-20 pic postings).

The irony of the timing to your remarks couldn't be more appropriate... I WAS expecting my TROMIX S-20 to be delivered today (Friday, 30 March), but according to Tony, his "office help" failed to make the drop-off to UPS this past Monday, so my shottie wasn't dropped-off at his local UPS until the following day; Tuesday. Having the UPS Tracking number in hand (thanks to Tony), I learned two days ago that the scheduled delivery date is presently this coming Monday **groan & ugh**.

Nonetheless, I promise to have all kinds of photos (because that's the type of knuckle-head that I am)... close-up pics as well, shortly after my baby arrives. Don't expect that until any earlier than Tuesday evening or possibly Wednesday.

As a small teaser, attached is a photo Tony sent to me of the handmade, one-off BHO he fabricated for my S-20... something one wouldn't be able to see after the gun is fully put together. Tony's S-20 BHO is depicted at top (before painting or whatever), and the one at bottom is reportedly an OEM BHO off of a S-12. Interesting difference, no? Pretty darned robust BHO if I do say-so myself. :devil:


Took care of it Gary...retard!...lol j/k

Hey that's a cool idea Tony! It will lock the bolt all the way back likr the S-12 BHO. You should be able to use that for a LRBHO if you count your shots and push the button while firing the last one. I don't know why they made the rifles and other shotties with a differebnt BHO.
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Posted 07 April 2007 - 10:09 AM

Mine. Ace folder, saw grip, 10 rd mag, gun nut little boy the best accessory.

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Posted 11 April 2007 - 11:49 PM

michael b i love that halo... i'll give you my girlfriend for it
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Posted 12 April 2007 - 03:05 AM

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I'm cheating here...here's a photo of my maid...with a 22....She hate's gun's however doe's a photo shoot well!
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you'll need to teach her trigger discipline though ;)

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Posted 05 May 2007 - 07:51 PM

Discipline, came later in the motorcoach! LOL
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Posted 05 May 2007 - 07:53 PM

michael b i love that halo... i'll give you my girlfriend for it



Hey Darrell...how many guns would come with her?
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Posted 05 May 2007 - 09:51 PM

1911, is that an F.N.H. bullpup? If so where did you come across that thing? I didn't know they were available to the public. I've only read of them comming out, but I guess that was last year. Nice family photo too. :super:

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