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Old 04-29-2011, 09:13 PM   #21
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Im sure you know, but your S-12 is NOT converted.
ya the guy said it was but i had tried to do some research to see just what converted was and all i really found was is how the grip mounts? i guess by having the adj stock poly choke and the 3 position gas plug he felt that was conversion.

so enlighten me on what else would be a conversion other then the trigger replacement (moved) and what is the benefit to doing this

uberts had a 9mm HP on the wall a few days ago

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Did you get Rapped on the Saga? I heard they are hard to come by now and if you do they are over priced.
after the 2 for 3 gun trade im in the saigs for around $650 with the extras , hard to do the math but the deal was $1150 worth of guns (2 guns) for the saiga, highpoint like pictured a halo sight i robbed for the MKII and a p22 with 4 mags (now i have an extra p22). Oh forgot he also sent me $150 i think I DID OK
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Old 04-29-2011, 10:04 PM   #22
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Usually when you say a saiga is "converted" that means the FCG and trigger guard are moved forward into the proper position for an AK style rifle and a pistol grip is added. The advantage of this is a shorter overall length for any given LOP over the traditional monte carlo stock. The pistol grip of course has benefits in itself.

While on the subject of pistol caliber carbines, I wish Kel Tec would come out with a .45 Sub2000 that accepts Glock mags, THAT would be the bees knees!

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Old 04-29-2011, 10:13 PM   #23
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BEEN EYING THE KELTEC 308

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Frank we hunt up in blackwater with dogs and a friend of mine plugged a regular mag for his HP 40... while it worked well the game wardens didnt see it that way. they must have felt generous and just made him head for the house a few hours early. they said even though it would only hold 5 the modification to the mag was not permanent and could be removed.
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Thanks, Well I am on Private land, I knew the WMA's would not allow extended mags, now if I can get a definitive answer for private land varmint and hog hunting.
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They still that rfb keltec at usa performance. I saw it when I picked up a lc9 there.
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Old 05-06-2011, 10:32 PM   #27
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Buck and Bass has the HP in 45 in stock.
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Old 05-07-2011, 06:47 AM   #28
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Going by USA Performance this AM to take a look at that RFB. Iffen I buy it,it will be all your fault. Damn you. May I please have your phone number for my wife ?? --- SAWMAN
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Old 05-07-2011, 08:52 AM   #29
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Sorry buddy, it's only there still so I could keep myself out of hot water after picking up a couple other toys recently.
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Old 05-15-2011, 02:19 PM   #30
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I did stop by USA Performance to take a look at that RFB. Interesting weapon. Definately bull puppy looking,feeling,and center of balance. Super short. Face is about 12 inches from the muzzle brake during firing. Takes FN/FAL mags straight up the mag well. NO tilting which especially if you are accustomed to The FN could(?) be rather awkward.

Looks well made with minimal tooling marks. Well finished. Accurate.....who knows. Any FTF and FTE....don't know. Would love to shoot one. ANYBODY ?????---- SAWMAN
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