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Old 03-18-2012, 06:27 AM   #1
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Picked it up yesterday and went shooting today. I was super STOKED on the way it shot and the accuracy of it. Got more mags coming in soon.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:34 AM   #2
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Converted Saiga 7.62 x 39

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That's a nice saiga. I'm thinking of converting my .223 saiga, but I would have to put a bullet button on and I like having a regular mag release switch. I'm leaning towards a thumb hole stock.
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That's a nice saiga. I'm thinking of converting my .223 saiga, but I would have to put a bullet button on and I like having a regular mag release switch. I'm leaning towards a thumb hole stock.
Do you live in Cali? I recently moved back to the east coast after living in CA for a few years. Bullet buttons are stupid and the main reason I waited til I moved to start buying my rifles.
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Haven't had much luck in posting photos, will try again. This pic, if it comes through, is my Saiga 12, "Signcutter" built by Mike Rogers at Lone Star Arms in Albuquerque, NM. Someone might build one as well but never better.

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Do you live in Cali? I recently moved back to the east coast after living in CA for a few years. Bullet buttons are stupid and the main reason I waited til I moved to start buying my rifles.
Ok just saw your location and answered my own question lol. The smart phone app for this site doesn't show locations

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Ok just saw your location and answered my own question lol. The smart phone app for this site doesn't show locations

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Yep, good old California. Home of the bullet buttons and banned high capacity magazines.
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Ok just saw your location and answered my own question lol. The smart phone app for this site doesn't show locations

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Check out www.lonestararms.com. Here is a better pic of my "Signcutter".
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Just finished converting mine. Strikeforce stock, tri-rail for-grip w/vertical grip and lazer-flashlight combo. I moved the fcg back to original configuration and modified a tapco g2 trigger group. I welded the old trigger axis holes and welded on the new trigger guard.

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How 'bout this one?...



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