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Old 11-01-2012, 11:31 PM   #21
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http://store.carolinashooterssupply.com/servlet/-strse-204/saiga-reduced-power-recoil/Detail

There ya go ... Only 6$ too.
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:40 PM   #22
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Im thinking of ordering a puc as well, they have the booster puc and the performance puc wich do you think is better
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They're both good products. I think you'd be better off with the performance puc though, just by the description.

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They're both good products. I think you'd be better off with the performance puc though, just by the description.
Yea after i posted that i looked at both products the performance spring should go with a performance puc sorry i relized that was a rhetorical question
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Carolina shooter supply, get the low brass reliability kit. The gas plug, puck, and reduced recoil spring help.
Now.... That's what I did... Still had problems cycling the cheap stuff. I took off the gas block and lo and behold!.... The gas port in the gas block, was covering two if the three gas holes in the barrel. Well, I dremeled that hole just a tad bit bigger, to uncover the gas ports, and problem solved!!! Now she eats every single thing I put in her, even that cheap AA Walmart crap.
Oh, and use Froglube!!!!

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Carolina shooter supply, get the low brass reliability kit. The gas plug, puck, and reduced recoil spring help.
Now.... That's what I did... Still had problems cycling the cheap stuff. I took off the gas block and lo and behold!.... The gas port in the gas block, was covering two if the three gas holes in the barrel. Well, I dremeled that hole just a tad bit bigger, to uncover the gas ports, and problem solved!!! Now she eats every single thing I put in her, even that cheap AA Walmart crap.
Oh, and use Froglube!!!!
Used frog lube on my pistol and was very impressed, smoothest action uts had. When u say you take a dremal to it, what attachment do you use. Did you drill em or file it
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Im still having problems with cycling my saiga, i changed the performance spring, puc, and added a tac 47 plug. This darn thing wont cycle, im confused and down right irritated. Im debating dissasembling and opening the gas ports. What size drill bit do i use and what angle should i hit it at

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Im still having problems with cycling my saiga, i changed the performance spring, puc, and added a tac 47 plug. This darn thing wont cycle, im confused and down right irritated. Im debating dissasembling and opening the gas ports. What size drill bit do i use and what angle should i hit it at
Sig, contact JonM. he has the same shotgun and was having a problem with his. he opened up the gas ports on his i believe. he might have some input on helping you out here.
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Thanks, im to the piont of breaking this thing over my knee but id walk away limping. Lmao

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Ive had a few issues with my s12 as well but most have been fixed with just having the plug set right. After reading some of the posts and links, I think Ill do some polishing on the internals a take a look under my gas block as well.


BTW sig try opening up the hole in the gas block before messing with the ports in the barrel if youre goin in there.

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