RecycledElectrons 7 Posted October 22, 2010 Report Share Posted October 22, 2010 I've seen an unbelievable amount of worry over 922r on Saiga Shotguns. I will ignore the constitutionality, and take the urban legends from this board as truth. A Saiga-12 with a threaded muzzle has 14 parts, all foreign as it comes from the factory. The mag counts as 3 parts. I'll assume you buy all us-made high-cap mags. (I'm ignoring the fact that the term "high-cap" has no definition for shotgun mags.) So, if you want a pistol grip, you replace the buttstock and add a pistol grip, and you're down to 10 foreign parts. You are legal. Alternately, you replace the nut over the threads with a US made choke or flash hider, and you are legal. All you have to do is replace one part with a US made part (e.g., pistol grip or muzzle nut) and you are legal with US made mags on a Saiga shotgun. Some people like the fancy trigger group modifications, and foreign mags. Cool. If you want to pick your nose with a tele-operated robotic arm, you are welcome to. I'll use my index finger. RecycledElectrons 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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