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I do not trust myself at all to convert a saiga 12, so im interested in knowing what the cost of a full conversion would be from a gunsmith or something.

Trigger group moved forward, barrel cut down to 18 inches with a permanent muzzlebrake, pistol grip, new retractable stock, maybe a new quality trigger

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Parts to do it myself were about $300 give or take depending on the grip, stock and muzzle brake that you choose. Figure $200 more at least for labor to have someone do it.

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My "conversion kit kilo" from TAC 47 was only $128,converted it myself in a couple of hours, But if you really DONT want to do it yourself $140 for labor is not bad comparitively. BUT the backlog at most of these shops is soooo long you may be looking at christmas time before you get it back, I read that Tromix is booked out nearly TWO YEARS! It really is NOT that difficult, at least watch the conversion video on Carolina shooters supply.

http://store.carolinashooterssupply.com/servlet/-strse-template/Videos-and-Links/Page

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Do the dam conversion yourself. If you can tackle simple problem solving and know how to use YouTube it's gravy.

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It is very easy to do yourself with pretty basic tools. A drill, pliers, hammer and punch are pretty much all you would need. The assembly is pretty simple, if it doesn't fit then it doesn't belong there. Some of the assembly can be a little frustrating but it is not hard at all. The first one I did in a little over an hour and a half. The most recent one I did in probably 30-40 minutes, not including the paint drying. It takes me less than 10 minutes to go from a basic gun to ready to assemble then another 20-30 minutes to assemble.

 

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So if there's anyone interested, Our conversion run about $250.00 plus parts for a standard conversion.

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You should consider what refinishing is included in your conversion. There is no point in paying somebody for a conversion just to have marked up parts and slap some crappy rattle can paint on it.

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I do not trust myself at all to convert a saiga 12, so im interested in knowing what the cost of a full conversion would be from a gunsmith or something.

Trigger group moved forward, barrel cut down to 18 inches with a permanent muzzlebrake, pistol grip, new retractable stock, maybe a new quality trigger

Email Jack at JT Enginering

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