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Old 10-18-2011, 12:37 PM
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Default My mall ninja Saiga 12

My mall ninja Saiga 12. Added my airsoft accessories stuff just for FUN. Did you read this? I said for FUN. Relax.

If you're serious. Go to the last pic.







Soon to be .22 caliber conversion into airsoft stocks.
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Finished converting it last night. De-ninja'd

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Old 10-18-2011, 12:40 PM
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I like it. How long did your conversion take?
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sweeeeeeeeeeet
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Old 10-18-2011, 12:47 PM
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I like it. How long did your conversion take?
i think it took me 3.5 hours.

i didnt have a vice grip, no thin plier, and a weak power drill

the most frustrating part was the drilling because it was barely shaving off the metal and reisntalling the bolt hold open spring

i think it would probably take me 1.5 - 2 hours if i had the proper tools

im getting a Saiga 7.62 in a few months, so i plan to be prepared this time.
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i think it took me 3.5 hours.

i didnt have a vice grip, no thin plier, and a weak power drill

the most frustrating part was the drilling because it was barely shaving off the metal and reisntalling the bolt hold open spring

i think it would probably take me 1.5 - 2 hours if i had the proper tools

im getting a Saiga 7.62 in a few months, so i plan to be prepared this time.
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You mean you can fit airsoft stuff onto real guns?

BAN ALL AIRSOFT IN COMMYFORNIA
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Old 10-18-2011, 1:37 PM
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Sweet! Nice balancing on the tile
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Old 10-18-2011, 1:46 PM
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You mean you can fit airsoft stuff onto real guns?

BAN ALL AIRSOFT IN COMMYFORNIA
yep. just gut out the internals and dremel away. i have a M249 shell and a UMP shell that im gutting out.

most common .22LR conversions are the P90, AUG, TAR, G36. its crazy
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Sweet Saiga 12!

I was actually just looking at your Maurader kit over on rimfirecentral. I just picked up my 10/22 and ordered up that same kit.
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thanks.
i was debating whether i should finish up the S12 by buying the conversion kit for the S12 or buy the 10/22. im happy that i actually finished it.
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You made a good choice. The Saiga 12 is one of my favorite shotguns, and its high on my list of next purchases.
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I knew I'd seen these pics some where before. Nice Saiga Defcon
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what bullet button are you using?
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Mall NiNjA is the best. Its all about the looks
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Saiga-12 Man I can't wait to pick one up
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for the de-ninja'd and properly converted Saiga 12
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Very nice. Nothing wrong with mall ninja. Just purchased some ak mall ninja accesories myself earlier today.
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what bullet button are you using?
its a mag lock bullet button from carolina shooters supply. they installed it when i purchased it to make it CA compliant

http://store.carolinashooterssupply....-BUTTON/Detail
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Saiga-12 Man I can't wait to pick one up
i shot it for the first time at Firing Line in Northridge and it drew a crowd. Even the range master was suprised about how i got a saiga 12. he totally thought it was illegal until i showed him the bullet button.
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i cant wait to go to angeles and shoot this thing outdoors

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Did you pin your stock? I wanna put a UBR on my saiga 12 and wondering if I have to pin it
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Yes. You can see a silver tapping screw under the moe stock
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Very nice saiga.
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why are the sights on backwards?
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why are the sights on backwards?
i didnt know the proper way to install it when i got it. its fixed now.
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Sweet. I'm going to try to convert mine. I think I have the same rotary tool you got there. I am trying to add the recoil buffer, but cant figure out how to take off the second spring????Know how?
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which 2nd spring?

go to http://forum.saiga-12.com/
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went there and couldnt find anything. there are two springs on the rod with a plate/spacer on the s12
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the spacer i think youre referring to is the open bolt holder. theres a axis retaining spring that controls that. is that the one youre talking about?

theres also another spring that goes on the left side of the receiver which is called the shepherds crook. this is used to keep the retaining pins in place from falling out.
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I dont think so. I will post pics when I get home
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From what I can tell, you have to knock out the small retaining pin that keeps the recoil spring guide in place. Do you have the simple blue plastic-ish buffer? The one I have just sits in place. There's a hole in the middle I put the plunger and spring guide through. I don't have to disassemble any of the recoil assembly.
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From what I can tell, you have to knock out the small retaining pin that keeps the recoil spring guide in place. Do you have the simple blue plastic-ish buffer? The one I have just sits in place. There's a hole in the middle I put the plunger and spring guide through. I don't have to disassemble any of the recoil assembly.
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I got one of these things, so it looks like I'm going to have to modify the buffer or pop out that pin

http://www.amazon.com/AK-47-Valmet-G...7629236&sr=8-1
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Are the diapers in the last photo cause you were crapping your pants doing your bullet guide?
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Are the diapers in the last photo cause you were crapping your pants doing your bullet guide?
lol there's no bullet guide needed for the Saiga 12.
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Defcon, i think i will follow in your footsteps doing the conversion yourself. You bought the complete s12 magpul moe kit from css right?
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Yep moe kit from css. Have fun with it
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AFG VFG MAGWELL GRIP!!

three grip locations... epic mall ninja.


looks pretty sweet though. Now i want a saiga 12...
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