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#31 unclejake

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Posted 13 July 2012 - 01:56 AM

Y'all know how fast the twenty round drums caught on, well these Kushnapup stocks are doing the same thing! I do conversions for fun and profit, and EVERYONE that I have shown the video to has changed their mind on conversions and are opting to get the Bullpup stock instead, especially on the shotties!! I have a 12 that I'll be starting on this weekend, and a .410 in two weeks. I'm gonna have to get one myself, they are sweet!
And on E-bay, I have seen picatinny side and top rail sets for these stocks at around a C note. Danged things are gonna cost me the price of another Saiga!! Been wanting an excuse to pick up a 5.45...and wifey says she sure does like the idea...ya gotta love a woman like that!!

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Posted 26 July 2012 - 12:23 PM

Uncle Jake, do those work with any AK based weapon, or just the Saiga with the original unconverted FCG? I haven't looked very closely at the kits.

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Posted 27 July 2012 - 07:46 PM

LOL. Yeah a 20 round drum in a shotgun does have that effect. The general public has never heard of a Saiga 12, and when I tell people that I have a 12 gauge Kalashnikov, they freak out. LOL. Where were you shooting? Clinton?


I was shooting at Firepower in Matthews.


I'm in the Lake Wylie area. Just shot my recently converted S12 this morning. I was not watching, but apparently the line stopped firing when I stuck the 20 drum in the Saiga.Posted Image


Welcome. I'm new here myself, What kind of racing are you into?


I'm a drag racer, although its been a few years since I've raced. I need up upgrade my rollcage to be legal, but my license is still current.

#34 Squishy

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Posted 28 July 2012 - 12:14 AM

I'm a drag racer, although its been a few years since I've raced. I need up upgrade my rollcage to be legal, but my license is still current.


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Posted 28 July 2012 - 06:05 PM

2nd, I do know that they work on the Saiga shotty's and rifles, but I do not know about other AK platforms...don't see why not, but I would shoot them a question before purchasing. I do know that I have seen some sweet picatinny setups for them on e-bay. Also there are some other really sweet bullpup setups out there. I WISH I had MORE MONEY, I HAVE BULLPUP FEVER!!!!!!!!!! LOL

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Posted 29 July 2012 - 04:40 PM


I'm a drag racer, although its been a few years since I've raced. I need up upgrade my rollcage to be legal, but my license is still current.


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Yeah right. . .more like Outlaw 8.5.
ProMod is a bit out of my budget. Hell, if i keep working on my guns, all classes are out of my budget. I might also have a 1911 addiction. Posted Image

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 11:06 PM



I'm a drag racer, although its been a few years since I've raced. I need up upgrade my rollcage to be legal, but my license is still current.


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Yeah right. . .more like Outlaw 8.5.
ProMod is a bit out of my budget. Hell, if i keep working on my guns, all classes are out of my budget. I might also have a 1911 addiction. Posted Image


Well it's still a money pit but no where near as deep. And guns appreciate, race cars, parts etc DO NOT. I'm trying to sell a bunch of parts right now on Carolina Horsepower, check it out. The only thing I'm will to trade for is ammo. Some will go for parts for S-12 #2, some for ammo, the rest to pay off bills to make my unemployment a little easier to handle. I still have a 1/4 finished Stock Style Suspension car, 1994 Formula. But it's going to be a while before I can finish it, and I'm trying hard to not have to sell it.

Our right to keep and bear arms - personally - is the essential element of political liberty, without which we would stand as mere slaves of any current administration, as do most of the people in the world today. We treasure our right to be armed, not only as defense against tyrants, but also as defense against evil men acting alone. Our right to defend ourselves against felons by force of arms protects not only our liberty but also - and this is often overlooked - our dignity. Dignity is a word not often used in the Age  of the Wimp, for by definition a wimp has no dignity.  But dignity remains not only desirable but essential to persons of consequence.  This concept is rejected by the socialist, who feels that dignity resides solely in the state. But we Americans are not socialists (at least most of us are not) and we prize our unique status in world society.

Jeff Cooper - Jeff Cooper's Commentaries Volume Nine, No. 7 34/73


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Posted 13 December 2012 - 06:29 PM

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