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Old 10-23-2012, 01:49 AM   #41
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Bravo!!!!!!!!
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Sweet! What was the total time?
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Sweet! What was the total time?
It took me about a week, an hour here, an hour there.... Letting paint dry, etc.... I'll be doing a full writeup here soon with everything. This has been a summary...
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Old 10-25-2012, 11:41 AM   #44
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Okay.... Lets see how much detail we can get into on this shotgun...

Gas block removed, the gas block was partially obscuring the gas ports.
First, I will enlarge the hole inside the gas block, then I will enlarge the 3 gas ports shown.

Well see how she runs after that. ;-)
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Just shot her!... Cycled even the low stuff like a beast!!!
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Just shot her!... Cycled even the low stuff like a beast!!!
Did you change the plug or puc or is it stock, mine has trouble with the low end stuff. I just got the tac 47 plug and im going to polish the puc, you think that will help?
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I polished my puck and the gas block, where the puck resides. I got the Carolina shooter supply low brass reliability kit.
I can't tell you if that'll be enough. I did so much to this shotgun, I don't even know if one thing fixed it, or a combination of everything.
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I polished my puck and the gas block, where the puck resides. I got the Carolina shooter supply low brass reliability kit.
I can't tell you if that'll be enough. I did so much to this shotgun, I don't even know if one thing fixed it, or a combination of everything.
Right, i polished my whole bolt
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Saiga has gotten scratched up, any tips on painting I.e, type of paint.
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Saiga has gotten scratched up, any tips on painting I.e, type of paint.
What part or parts, is it a scratch or gouge
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