This is a discussion on My S-12 is Done! within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; After 3+ months of my gun setting in pieces, finally got the conversion done on my Saiga S-12. Full of Tapco crud right now. Had ...
After 3+ months of my gun setting in pieces, finally got the conversion done on my Saiga S-12. Full of Tapco crud right now. Had to grind everything to make it fit, hammer, trigger, stock, and foregrip! The foregrip still splays out at the front. May get rid of the junk and get all Tromix stuff next. If you're going to do it, do it right! Kudos to the Tromix DIY trigger guard. Easiest mod I did on the gun. Have to see if everything holds together once I start firing now! Not sure I got the Sheperd's on the hammer pin all the way. My moly resin finish seems soft since I only did the 230 or so cure to save the internal springs. My pistol slides I did at 300 seem a lot harder. Of course they didn't take the abuse and cussing I gave the S-12 trying to get things fitted!
Very nice. +1 to Tromix. I'm fixing to start on a Saiga 308. I plan to get most of the parts from Tromix or Dinzag.
We will be much better off when we learn to deal with things as they really are, instead of how we wish them to be!