cfr 4 Posted March 22, 2015 Report Share Posted March 22, 2015 Greetings. So with the help of you folks I was able to thread a friends barrel recently on a partially converted saiga. I say "partially" because it takes AK mags, but the rear of the gun only has a tapco type stock with the trigger in its original place. So we went to shoot the rifle yesterday and I noticed a fair amount of muzzle rise and a lot of time in between shots. Now keep in mind Im more of a pistol guy and have no formal rifle training other than stance and keeping the elbows down tight, and the owner doesnt have much more than that. All said we got wondering what (in addition to training) what would help the most with this? 1) A full conversion? The logic being rear hand placement would be closer to the center of the gun. 2) Red dot? 3) A fore grip add-on like this one. I know he wants to avoid a vertical fore grip as they're hideous looking. I also know he's looking to stay with a flash hider as opposed to a muzzle brake. Thanks! Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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