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#1 legonas

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Posted 21 February 2007 - 08:02 PM

i can start...yea, i know i need some 20rnders. soon.

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edit 4/26: my server canceled my account. pictures back soon.
edit 5/6: fixed!

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Posted 21 February 2007 - 08:41 PM

Nice lookin .308 there! Good photography too.


You must have read my mind. I was thinking the same thing just yesterday.
Hopefully we can keep it mostly pictures and it won't get JACKED by a bunch of talk about 20 rd mags.

Let's see em guys!

I need to get some better ones of mine. These will do for now.

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Saiga .308 with 21.8" barrel, BHO, used to have wood Saiga furniture.
Cut the receiver and installed a Vepr Stock and forearm. The forearm was harder to make work than the stock, had to make a bracket to connect to the forearm retaining pin and make another bracket to extend the rear into the receiver far enough to get a screw in it. Worked great. She's tight!
BP-02 low profile Russian side mount
High profile scope rings to get the 50mm scope to clear the rear sight for takeoff.
Barska 6.5-20 X 50 varmint scope with sunshade
Tapco G-2 FCG
FBMG 20 rd mags and factory 8 rdrs
Universal barrel clamp bipod with quick release.
Butler Creek padded sling with cartridge loops
Hopefully soon to be added-- Tromix Hexagonal shark style brake

Man I could swear we already did one of these threads...lol
Is there an echo?

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Posted 22 February 2007 - 12:09 AM

Tromix 308 SBR.

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Posted 22 February 2007 - 01:11 AM

Damn Bob that is short!Looks cool,how big is the fireball when you fire it?

I should have my scope by Friday and my bi-pod late next week.I'll have new pics of my 22" soon.

Cobra,you cut the receiver?The Saiga looks great with the Vepr wood.But you actually cut the receiver?Kinda drastic don't you think?

That wire stock made me wince when I saw the first pic.I just don't like those suckers and on a S-308 ouch!

Great looking S-308,I want to get another carbine.
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Posted 22 February 2007 - 07:32 AM

Tromix 308 SBR.

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WOW! Pretty tough act to follow there....I bet it's a handful, no?
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Posted 22 February 2007 - 08:08 AM

Hello
Here's my .308, like most of you, no matter how often it's posted, "enough is never enough...."

16" carbine originally w/ factory thumbhole Drag-type stock
RPK windage adjustable rear sight
IOR Valdada CQB scope and mount (Vepr model mount)
Badass Dinzag lower handguard retainer w/ AK gas tube and AKM US made furniture (K-var)
RSA single hook FCG
Tromix gas piston wanting to be in the party, but Guido couldn't get the old one out...
Ace SOCOM adjustable stock w/ hinge on internal Ace block and 1" recoil pad (It's a "spacer", dammit!)
TDI grip (I think...from Ace)

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I need to disassemble the lower HG and paint the exposed S/S heat shield black....

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These are before my Dinzag handguard transformation....


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Posted 22 February 2007 - 10:36 AM

Lookin great ya'll! Keep em comin! Pointer and DaGroaner where are ya'll? You two have got a couple of the nicest S-.308's I've seen!

Legonas let me know if you ever want that HG ventillated bro.


Bob that's a BMF! I bet that IS a handful! I wanna see a flameball shot! Or better yet, some video! You wear a welder's helmet when shooting that beast? lol

Guido that's awesome man! The AK HGs look MUCH better!

Tex I wanted the Veep look enough where I figured WTF! It's worth doing whatever it takes! Now I guess it's semi permanent but that's otay I got another one... :smoke:
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Actually if I wanted to change back to an AK stock I could either weld back the piece I saved or get one of those adapters from Ace.
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Posted 22 February 2007 - 11:21 AM

Looks good and it adds another inventive twist to our beloved S-308.

Saigas are almost like crack but much more fun and you don't have to suck someone dick to get one.

Well here are some pics of my S-308 Saiganov with the new scope,just waiting on the bipod.


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Edited by TEXASAK73, 24 February 2007 - 01:22 PM.

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Posted 25 February 2007 - 01:18 AM

Good looking .308 there TEXASAK73!

Here's mine...
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When I was re-shooting my gun porn, my 4 month old German Shepherd pup "Ammo" told me he wanted to be on the forum too. I couldn't deny his request!
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Posted 25 February 2007 - 05:40 AM

Tromix 308 SBR.

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I don't see that on the Tromix site, but it'd look great in a holster on the gas tank of my scooter. Got a price range so I know how much to scrap together before I contact Tromix, or was it a one-time deal?

That was why I thought the .40 would suffice, with normal, cheaper loads for everyday gunfights and the only need for the 200 grain hardcast loads would be bears, biker gangs, and mimes.


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Posted 25 February 2007 - 08:15 AM

Good looking .308 there TEXASAK73!

Here's mine...
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Thanks,I need to get my bipod and Tabuk flash hider and she will be done.
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Posted 25 February 2007 - 08:47 AM

Lookin great ya'll! Keep em comin! Pointer and DaGroaner where are ya'll? You two have got a couple of the nicest S-.308's I've seen!


Mine is at Red Jacket at the moment for improvements. I'll post new pics when I get it back. But for now...

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Posted 25 February 2007 - 10:27 AM

[quote name='DaGroaner' post='124824' date='Feb 25 2007, 07:49 AM'][quote name='Cobra 76 two' post='124056' date='Feb 22 2007, 07:38 AM']Lookin great ya'll! Keep em comin! Pointer and DaGroaner where are ya'll? You two have got a couple of the nicest S-.308's I've seen![/quote]

Mine is at Red Jacket at the moment for improvements. I'll post new pics when I get it back. But for now...

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Looks good.. What scope do you have on it?

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Posted 25 February 2007 - 10:57 AM

[quote name='sulphur' post='124836' date='Feb 25 2007, 07:29 AM'][quote name='DaGroaner' post='124824' date='Feb 25 2007, 07:49 AM'][quote name='Cobra 76 two' post='124056' date='Feb 22 2007, 07:38 AM']Lookin great ya'll! Keep em comin! Pointer and DaGroaner where are ya'll? You two have got a couple of the nicest S-.308's I've seen![/quote]

Mine is at Red Jacket at the moment for improvements. I'll post new pics when I get it back. But for now...

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Looks good.. What scope do you have on it?
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It's a Loopy Mark 4 M2 3.5-10x40mm clone from Hong Kong. It's still a $200 scope and having had it and a real Mark 4 (except that the mark 4 had the new angled light switch) I couldn't see any difference in clarity whatsoever. At the time I bought it the real Mark 4s had the switch at 12:00 still. It's a great scope, the BDC works correctly and the zero has never budged. That's an ATN ultra compact digital sight(or something like that) mounted above the scope. It's a nice little red dot for quick shots inside 100m. I also have a Leapers 10-24x50mm AO illuminated reticle scope on a different mount that's pretty neat for a cheapo scope.

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Posted 25 February 2007 - 08:36 PM

dagroaner, what stock set up are you using? im guessing ace and if so what length stock did you buy? how do ya like it? im trying to figure out how to go...

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Posted 25 February 2007 - 10:16 PM

I ment to get a tacked pic thread going as i did in the some of the other topics but there was already one going pretty good so i just went along with that one.
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G2 Trigger group,polished and smooth
Fal type grip
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Posted 25 February 2007 - 10:25 PM

Hey guys,

Guido...It's a blast, like all shorties! Man that hanguard looks great on your gun.

Tex, Cobra...hell yeah it throws a fireball. Looks great at night.

Squirrel...it's on the site under Saiga rifles:
#R06-Tromix 6" Micro .308
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Posted 26 February 2007 - 02:22 AM

Squirrel...it's on the site under Saiga rifles:
#R06-Tromix 6" Micro .308
With options priced at: $1,360
(Less $350 on customer supplied rifle.)


Doh! Didn't even think about just takin' the stock off. :ded:

That was why I thought the .40 would suffice, with normal, cheaper loads for everyday gunfights and the only need for the 200 grain hardcast loads would be bears, biker gangs, and mimes.


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Posted 26 February 2007 - 02:06 PM

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Posted 26 February 2007 - 09:51 PM

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Posted 27 February 2007 - 10:45 PM

dagroaner, what stock set up are you using? im guessing ace and if so what length stock did you buy? how do ya like it? im trying to figure out how to go...


It's the medium length Ace skeleton with a 1" recoil pad. I don't care for it all that much to be honest. I like the Ace stocks on my other AKs but not on this one. I just bought a CAA M-4 6 postion stock and an Ace pignose adapter but I think i'm going to get either an SR25 or a Magpul adjustable stock for it.
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Posted 27 February 2007 - 11:11 PM

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Factory 22"

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U.S. RSA Adj Trigger
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Vented HG


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Chopped barrel to 16" & recrown
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Posted 01 March 2007 - 02:35 PM

Squirrel...it's on the site under Saiga rifles:
#R06-Tromix 6" Micro .308
With options priced at: $1,360
(Less $350 on customer supplied rifle.)


Damn! SBRs are illegal in Wa. State per RCW 9.41.010 unless I'm a manufacturer.

That was why I thought the .40 would suffice, with normal, cheaper loads for everyday gunfights and the only need for the 200 grain hardcast loads would be bears, biker gangs, and mimes.


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Posted 01 March 2007 - 09:18 PM

I couldn't resist the wood gun but unsure if I will shorten the barrel.

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 06:24 AM

Mine...
US Parts
-F.S.E. FCG (3)
-Ace Folder (1)
-Tapco SAW Grip (1)
-FBMG Mags (2)

Other conversion Parts (Don't count in 922r or 925)
-TDI Upper & Lower HG's (Israeli - Samco / Fobus)
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-Modified G3 Flash Hider (Soon to be a US made M-60 FH (1))
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Posted 06 March 2007 - 12:10 PM

Mine...

Schweeet, macbeau
What kind of front sight? What kind of handguards? Did they require extensive mod's?
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Posted 06 March 2007 - 04:22 PM

Mine...

Schweeet, macbeau
What kind of front sight? What kind of handguards? Did they require extensive mod's?
TIA,
guido2 in Houston

Thats the factory FSB with a modified H&K G3 FH welded on. The Hand Guards are TDI with a Dinzag LHG retainer and an AK-74 gas tube. Other than tig welding the FH to the FSB, none of it was too hard or extensive. My FSB is currently with Dinzag getting reamed out and I will be adding a different flash hider. This time, it'll be threaded on.

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