Discussion in 'On Topic' started by springy101, Jul 30, 2008.
$309 for the 7.62.
god damnit i wanna saiga12
How much does it cost to convert one nowadays?
That is a very ugly "AK"
I always luls @ the shotgun stock.
where to get a 12?
If you can turn it into this, who really cares?
Most defintily under $100 and under $50 if you don't use new parts.
Does the furniture just bolt on?
i know the stuff on the rear does ( grip/stock )
but for that pistol grip you have to move the trigger assembly forward iirc
I don't know exactly what converting a saiga entails but because it's so common I can only assume it isn't that hard.
I was wondering about that since it looks different.
Yeah, you gotta drill a new trigger pin hole, fill the old one, make or buy a new trigger guard, move the pistol grip forward and that's pretty much it.
I think you gotta do something with the mag release too to use regular AK mags, I cant remember.
that's alot of work for a 7.62,
i can understand for a saiga12 tho
No Siaga for CT. Ak47 type banned by name .
It's the closest thing you can get to a real AK-47 legally and its cheaper than most AK style rifles.
why not just get an AK?
Where else will you get a russian AK for $400 in the U.S.? For $400 you'll end up with a crappy WASR.
This is the closest thing you can have to a RUSSIAN ak, which is why everyone buys them and converts them.
The local place always has a 19" Saiga 12 for $470. I get more tempted everytime I go in there.
fuck i would. stupid CA