They're raising chicken prices????. We shall. Bally ttwtt. finga off the trigga u prevail
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User avatar #8 - kinglobster (10/26/2012) [-]
finga off the trigga u *****
#21 - funmanigro (10/26/2012) [-]
i love it how everybody suddenly became a weapon expert
#16 - funmanigro (10/26/2012) [-]
>factory furniture SAIGA
>factory furniture SAIGA

User avatar #14 - eliteqtip (10/26/2012) [-]
No vertical pistol grip? Low capacity magazine? Must be a CaliforniaFag.
#19 to #14 - funmanigro (10/26/2012) [-]
magazine release doesnt have a block
#7 - spindlecruiser (10/26/2012) [-]
SKS? there are so many different AK like guns?
User avatar #11 to #7 - thegreatmateusbear ONLINE (10/26/2012) [-]
That's a Vepr.
#18 to #11 - funmanigro (10/26/2012) [-]
the front hand guard/gas tube cover looks very similar to a Vepr's.
#17 to #7 - funmanigro (10/26/2012) [-]
>AK like

oh god...

i go to /k/ a lot, so im a bit sensitive...
User avatar #9 to #7 - captfuckhead (10/26/2012) [-]
Not an SKS good sir, that is a Saiga rifle. Little more than a re-stocked AKM, they put that furniture on there to get it legal for importation to the states(it's a hunting rifle, not an assault rifle at this point). Most owners of Saigas pull that stuff off when they get them and put the proper AK furniture on it.
#22 to #9 - funmanigro (10/27/2012) [-]
the most important thing you forgot to mention is that its a 12g semi-auto shotgun.
User avatar #23 to #22 - captfuckhead (10/27/2012) [-]
Incorrect good sir. They make Saigas in many different calibers and gauges. .410, 20, and 12 gauge in shotgun, and 5.45x39, .223, 7.62x39, and .308 in rifle calibers. Judging solely by the seemingly thin, ribbed magazine, it's probably a rifle in .223 or 7.62x39, since only really those in the know pick 5.45.

....I'm studying to become a gunsmith, it's kinda my passion in life. I like things that go boom.
#24 to #23 - funmanigro (10/27/2012) [-]
is changing the calibers on the saiga as easy as changing the barrel or is there more to it?
User avatar #26 to #24 - captfuckhead (10/27/2012) [-]
The receivers are different lengths for the most part, except for the .223, 5.45 and 7.62x39. different length cartridges require longer magazines, and as such longer magazine wells. In theory it can be done, but the barrel is screwed in and headspaced to the bolt(too much headspace will damage the rifle, not enough and the bolt won't close, and firing will damage the user). It's not a job meant for a novice gunsmith, and for the cost, you'd be better off buying another Saiga. If you want modularity, I'd recommend a gas-piston AR. Two pins and you have the choice of any number of calibers to suit anything from home defense, hunting, plinking. Really only limited by your imagination on that end.
#27 to #26 - funmanigro (10/27/2012) [-]
you should watch this.

Btw i believe that Deser Eagles and some Glocks can change calibers just by changing the mag and the slide.
User avatar #29 to #27 - captfuckhead (10/28/2012) [-]
Takes more than that. Handguns are easy to interchange calibers since the barrel usually isn't permanently fixed to the frame like they are on rifles. I say usually because Blowback-operated semi-autos and the grand majority of revolvers are quite the opposite(the barrel is permanently attached. Some models do have interchangeable barrels, but that's usually the exception to the rule).

For a handgun, take my 1911 Commander for pure example, I can switch it from .45 auto to .38 super with no problems. Take it apart, replace the barrel, recoil spring, and magazine. You basically just have to field strip a handgun to replace the vital parts and make it a whole new animal, whereas it's much more in-depth on a rifle. Rifles require a proper sized barrel wrench and liberal amounts of elbow grease, to unscrew the barrel from the receiver. From there you have to get the new barrel, screw it into the receiver, time it to the receiver(so the bolt will headspace properly, and then headspace it to the correct bolt.

As I said, rechambering a rifle is a very in-depth procedure that isn't for the novice gunsmith.
#30 to #29 - funmanigro (10/28/2012) [-]
what about the Nemesis Arms Vanquish?
User avatar #31 to #30 - captfuckhead (10/28/2012) [-]
Rifles like that are the exception to the rule, as the company that makes them had barrel modularity a priority from the get-go. Those require far simpler tools and less work to change barrels on, and the bolts are usually mated to the barrels they go to, meaning no problems with headspacing. If you're talking a cookie cutter com-bloc rifle though, that's an entirely different animal.
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User avatar #13 to #9 - shadowallyx (10/26/2012) [-]
huh...i though it was an Ak-103 for a second....thank you for clarifying it
#25 - funmanigro (10/27/2012) [-]
another picture of him
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#15 - aluminiumfoiled (10/26/2012) [-]
John Brown is proud.
User avatar #2 - magusto (10/26/2012) [-]
what the **** did he do with the kalashnikov?
User avatar #5 to #2 - ost (10/26/2012) [-]
It's a polymer kit for the AKM that they sell in places like Californa methinks. Looks like it essentially makes it into a modern SVT.
User avatar #6 to #5 - Scorpionjak (10/26/2012) [-]
It would also make sense to be sold in Commiefornia considering their hate on pistol grips.
Stupidest ******* law ever.
User avatar #10 to #6 - captfuckhead (10/26/2012) [-]
Read comment #9 for what it really is
User avatar #1 - andytang (10/26/2012) [-]
real pimps eat betty crocker
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