It ain't no Saiga Hunter but I like it!
Got a pretty good deal ($499) for the gun, compared to most gun store's asking prices. Ended up putting on Walnut grips from Saiga Stock which were $160. After reading some reviews, I ended up going with the UTG Pro AK side mount for $48 bucks and it...
So in an attempt to get back to guns (and get away from political BS or threads of how [email protected]$$ I am), I'm starting a picture post series of refinishing jobs from my personal collection.
We'll start of with a popular ban state long gun, the Russian Saiga rifle, basically a NY compliant AK. I must...
Just finished personalizing the Saiga I picked up at Jerrys the other night.
I had a few parts that I've been saving for this little build.
Also picked up the scope ount at Campsite today.
Two good gun shops, Jerrys and Campsite.
As tension builds between the US & Russia, who knows how long you'll be able to get your HANDS on one of these...
"New" Russian Saiga - In-stock
Caliber: 7.62 x 39
Comes with (1) 10 ten round magazine, oiler, and tool.
$552.35 +tax = $600
I just picked up a Saiga in 7.62 and I was wondering if anyone knew where I could pick up wooden furniture for it? I absolutely love the rifle but I'm not a fan of the synthetic stock that it comes with. I missed out on getting a proper AK prior to unSAFE and I'd like to make this look as much...
FYI classic firearms has about 34 in stock as of now
i know some LIF'ers where looking for this rifle at a decent price , although not 2009 prices, this is still reasonable. Happy hunting.
I saw a Saiga and it's said it's legal to own in NY however he's not sure in NYC. I was planning on getting it but I'm really not sure if it's allowed at all.
This version has no muzzle brake or a pistol grip. Planning on adding this to my collection of guns.
So I'm wondering if they are as rugged and robust as Teh Intarwebz would make them out to be.
Will they really shoot anything you feed them?
Can I really "clean" it with a knotted bootlace and used motor oil?
Is it really best to store it in the garden under the tomato plants?