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jpigeon
06-13-2012, 7:15 PM
Found a couple of places that sale Saiga conversion parts for the my 7.62. But I am looking for some quality parts for the back and front conversion. Can any of you guys chime in on where you purchased some decent stuff and places to avoid? Thanks for all the input.

angrypeccary
06-13-2012, 8:46 PM
i bought all my parts at carolina shooters supply, for threading the barrel go to cncwarrior

dstiltner
06-13-2012, 8:50 PM
i bought all my parts at carolina shooters supply, for threading the barrel go to cncwarrior

+1 I have been buying parts from them for my Saiga 12 conversion

Jason P
06-13-2012, 9:00 PM
Dinzag Arms, nice guy, good prices. Slow but the cheapest by a few bucks for the setup I went with.

jpigeon
06-13-2012, 9:28 PM
Thanks guys. Any pics? I want proof...

SURVIVOR619
06-13-2012, 10:03 PM
Carolina's Shooters Supply: bullet guide, G2 FCG, hogue grip (so comfy).. I had some other tapco parts that I bought from them before doing the trigger job.. Stock, handguard, railed gas tube were bought from ultimak.com...
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SURVIVOR619
06-13-2012, 10:05 PM
I bought my peep sight from Tech-Sights... Increased sight pic significantly... Good for my suck eyesight... The ultimak gas tube makes for a tacticool cowitness with my irons...


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Krill
06-13-2012, 11:10 PM
I went with carolina's worked out well, and arrived quickly. There might still be some old coupons out there that work at CSS too. Also I think they made their own tutorial on how to install it all, and its even on youtube, so +100 them.

TZL
06-14-2012, 12:55 AM
Carolina Shooters Supply

Coupon code "CSS" for 5% off

stix213
06-14-2012, 3:54 AM
+1 for carolinashooterssupply.com

That's where I bought most of my conversion parts.

Also if you're doing a 7.62x39 conversion and want to run real AK mags, get your bullet guide from dinzag

http://www.dinzagarms.com/saiga_762x39/saiga_762x39.html

jpigeon
06-14-2012, 6:07 PM
[QUOTE=SURVIVOR619;8753442]Carolina's Shooters Supply: bullet guide, G2 FCG, hogue grip (so comfy).. I had some other tapco parts that I bought from them before doing the trigger job.. Stock, handguard, railed gas tube were bought from ultimak.com...
http://img.tapatalk.com/62b010c1-70a1-4ea4.jpg


Nice rifle bro. Where did u buy your lower handguard retainer? Im not sure which one I want. They have a nice steel retainer at danzig that clamps from the top so you dont have to notch out the barrel.

zfields
06-14-2012, 6:14 PM
Carolina Shooters Supply.

I do have a Black Tapco fixed stock I need to get rid of if you are interested.

SURVIVOR619
06-15-2012, 9:47 AM
[QUOTE=SURVIVOR619;8753442]Carolina's Shooters Supply: bullet guide, G2 FCG, hogue grip (so comfy).. I had some other tapco parts that I bought from them before doing the trigger job.. Stock, handguard, railed gas tube were bought from ultimak.com...
http://img.tapatalk.com/62b010c1-70a1-4ea4.jpg


Nice rifle bro. Where did u buy your lower handguard retainer? Im not sure which one I want. They have a nice steel retainer at danzig that clamps from the top so you dont have to notch out the barrel.

Thanks mane! I also bought the retainer from CSS. Its a bolt on, but with a little blue thread locker, it's tight. Has a slot for a sling too...

I used CSS's youtube vids, and this guy's site to help with my trigger and bullet guide jobs... http://www.stu-offroad.com/firearms/saiga/saiga-1.htm

marksmandowntown
06-15-2012, 9:26 PM
Carolina Shooters Supply is the Tigris and Euphrates of Saiga 12 conversion parts. I also really like the Chaos stuff (www.chaosus.com) and there's Tromix and Red Jacket (available at CSS) too.

If you decide to hire out the conversion, I know that JT Engineering will build with your parts, will ship to CA and is reasonably priced. More locally, PRK arms in Fresno does some cool stuff but they won't build with your parts.

SJGunGuy24 is a good guy to talk to about this, he helped me figure out what I wanted to do.