My new Saiga from Rifle Dynamics

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    My new Saiga from Rifle Dynamics

    Here is my Saiga that I had converted by Rifle Dynamics in Las Vegas. There workmanship is fantastic expensive but well worth it.

    This gun was originally sent to them over a year and a half ago but since I am over here I was in no rush to get it done. They are swapping the Bulgarian Triangle Sidefolder for a black AK 100 sidefolder. The mounting hardware is the same so no major issues. It should be at the house next week.

    I had them add the Surefire magwell and had mags fitted to the gun so there will no issues with mags. I will probably use an Aimpoint T-1 on it.

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    like it,congrats!

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    The way things are going on this side of the pond I think I would lose it promptly in a boating accident.

    On another note that is a sweet looking rifle.
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    Good thing you got while you did. I hope you already have an appropriate number of magazines for it.

    Looks good!
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    Nice shotty. Dig the color too.

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    Very nice!. I like the color.
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    Your shotgun will be worth is way in gold before all is said and done.
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    Very nice!
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    Are you going to keep the handguard black?
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    Yes got several mags fitted during the build process so I am covered there. Not sure on the color yet Buckeye. With the addition of the black stock it will tone the color down a little bit. I generally when I get things moly coated go for a lighter color and I can add to it easier if I want to.
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