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Old 03-09-2012, 03:58 AM   #1
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Im thinken about getting a saiga but then found out theresdiffrent brands, which I didnt know..izmech, legion, and arsional, is there a diffrence? But keep in mind im going to upgrade ot fully
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Old 03-09-2012, 01:57 PM   #2
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It's my understanding that Arsional is an importer of Saiga firearms and Legion is a branch of Ishmash. Check out the following link for more information.

http://forum.saiga-12.com/index.php?/topic/64542-legion-or-izhmash/
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Im thinken about getting a saiga but then found out theresdiffrent brands, which I didnt know..izmech, legion, and arsional, is there a diffrence? But keep in mind im going to upgrade ot fully
Upgrade to "fully" what? If your implying your going to make it "full auto" it cannot be done legally.
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Upgrade to "fully" what? If your implying your going to make it "full auto" it cannot be done legally.
Lol it can be in Texas for a one time tax fee of $200 but I was reffering to a pistol grip and tac rails
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Wasn't meaning to bust your chops. Just wasnt sure what you meant.
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I've got a slide fire stock for my sagia, closest thing to full auto you can own without a class 3 or dd
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I've got a slide fire stock for my sagia, closest thing to full auto you can own without a class 3 or dd
What state do u live in
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The 1986 Hughes Amendment restricts the assembly of "new" class 3 weapons after 1986 unless you are a dealer or manufacturer. That is my understanding of the way the law reads. You may purchase a weapon made prior to 1986 but private citizens may not assemble a new full auto weapon, irregardless of what state you live in.
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Lol it can be in Texas for a one time tax fee of $200 but I was reffering to a pistol grip and tac rails
I got news for you... You cannot "upgrade" to Full auto in Texas or any other state. The registry for machineguns is closed and will likely never be opened again. You can "SBS" it or register it as a Short Barreled Shotgun for $200. Full auto is just silly with a Saiga. My 14" Izmash will send 5 rounds down range before the first hull hits the ground. I do not know how much faster you want it to fire than that.
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I got news for you... You cannot "upgrade" to Full auto in Texas or any other state. The registry for machineguns is closed and will likely never be opened again. You can "SBS" it or register it as a Short Barreled Shotgun for $200. Full auto is just silly with a Saiga. My 14" Izmash will send 5 rounds down range before the first hull hits the ground. I do not know how much faster you want it to fire than that.
I wasnt saying I was going to. I wanted to upgrade it fully meaning kicklite pistol grip stock, tact rails, front mont pistol grip.
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