That's great!sry .. took me a bit to get back to you .. .thats my baby ... its accurate as **** with good ammo I can make a quarter sized hole in a target at 75 yrds with 10 rounds ... I am bringing my camera to the range soon and will get a video posted of the saiga in action ... can pretty much hit the paper at 200-250 yrds every time ..
I had a good time building it too
I'm not saying they are bad shooters. But if I'm going to shell out the cash I'd much rather have a brand new AK. Not a parts bin gun.I have CIA Romanian ak 47 for 9 years now and I love it guess I'm lucky
Mine has the same markings.i have a WASR GP 10/63 from Century, its a great gun! mine has a triangle with arrow inside it on the trunnion, they are one of the best WASR's ever built.
mine is said to come form military parts which is better quality, i checked my WASR for any defective parts i found none. My Bolt ,Reciever and gas tube has matching numbers. h34r:
For the price Saiga's are very decent guns right out of the box. Some people just like to tinker, no matter whether it's an AK, AR, Mini, or any other rifle. I had a Century WASR 10/63 and Tantal, "had" is the key word. However, I have kept my Saiga rifles. I have purchased Saigas for about the same price or not much more than the WASR 10/63 and in my opinion the Saigas, while not perfect, are twice the rifle in my limited experience.I haven't spent much time around AKs just a brief exposure to a freind's Saiga 12 gauge. So here is my (probably dumb) question. How come everyone talks about converting the Saiga? In the ads, it looks like a perfectly serviceable rifle as imported.