GUN Saiga 12, 12 round mags by Surefire

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    Just FYI if you didn't already know, this Surefire has no relation to the Surefire flashlights we all know and love.
     
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    Fuck what to do, anyone think they will be quality?
     
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    i'd just get 10rd AGP gen2 mags if i were you..

    they're known for quality and reliability.

    i've never heard of those magazines before.

    i'm a member at saiga12 forums, want me to ask over there for you? :hsd:
     
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    plus the AGP ones look nicer IMO.

    that mag looks tiny for 12 rds for some reason....

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    please? :p You going to send yours in to Tromix or DIY?
     
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    i got a local AK smith genius all lined up to do mine.
    he was recommended from the shop i bought it from.
    got a chance to see some of his work, and it looks better than tromix :bigthumb:
    he's going to convert it, weld on HK sights and everything.
    also warranties all of his work for life :coold:


    OK brb, asking saiga12forums what they know about these magazines :hsd:
     
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    Does he want to do anymore? I really want to get it done professionally because I only know how to work a socket wrench, and not very well.
     
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    yah this guy does this for a living, also builds custom AKs, ARs and FAL kits.

    you can DIY it's not hard, i could do mine.
    but i just want it to be perfect, keep the BHO and get the HK sights. :hsd:
     
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    Thanks. How much does he charge compared to Tromix?
     
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    $500 dollars gets you a full conversion all parts included
    with your choice of furniture, trigger group and trigger guard.
    he also keeps the BHO and welds on the HK sights and includes a duracoat of your choice.


    in other news, do want !!!
    collapsible porcupine bayonet thingy :hsugh:

    video of it in action: http://s332.photobucket.com/albums/m348/chaoshadley/?action=view&current=6d246b68.pbr

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    Yeah, seen that before, I'll pass on the needle thingy but will consider your guy.

    Are you sure about the furniture? Ace stock vs tromix vs tromix with limb saver is a big $ difference. I'm guessing no change in hand gaurds or that sessy quadrail they make?
     
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    i'll get more information when i got by my shop on friday :h5:
    i'll be converting mine around christmas time so you can see what his work looks like.
     
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    okay, so nobody has even gotten a chance to test those magazines out yet.
    if my guy has more AGP mags in, i can have him set them aside.
    they're $45 a piece, if you want to send me $190, i'll ship 4 of them out to you :dunno:
     
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    wtf are you guys talking about...and pix? :x:
     
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    i just called, they have 45 AGP 2nd gen 10rd mags, just like mine pictured above.
     
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    calculating stuff now...
     
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    i figure i could ship four of them for $10 :dunno:

    i live in tacoma, wa

    $45 a piece + 8% sales tax + shipping
     
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    I meant my financials.
     
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    :rofl: :o
     
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    Going for a run, I gotta think about if I want to wait and see how those 12 rounders are. I'm for sure in for at least 2.
     
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    okay, i'll pick up two for you on friday when i'm there.
    as long as you promise to buy them from me :hsd:
     
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    Put me down for 2. I'm planning on buying a $1500 pistol in a short while and will be scraping by for a month or two. PM me with how you want me to pay. If this guy takes CC I could just call him and save you time and myself $7.
     
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    :h5: i'll let you know exactly how much they were on friday

    $90 + tax + shipping
     

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