660magnum: To bad that stock is a no go since the safe act.
Philip D: does this have all same matching parts number?
yankeesuperstar: Join the NRA
MykTheOccultist: Nice Sega Saturn you got there.
Gordon Leonard: hey bushcraft, first of all the rifle looks great, i have always enjoyed
the skeleton stocks. i have a question, where did you get the rear
picatinny rail/dust cover from, or is it just one of the side mounts that
wraps to the top of the rifle? i have been looking around for them and have
yet to find them cheaper than 150$. how much did you spend on it and where
did you purchase it from?
Triston Toquero: What buttstock is that
Charsept: mines in 223/556. loud as hell, maybe the ak action wasnt designed to
accommodate 3000+ fps rounds. the shells a ejected so violently that the
brass gets bent and are therefore unreloadable. but i dont reload and ive
had no real problems as far as function goes. great rifles
lifted0422: bush craft are there decent cheap mags you can get for this I was thinking
of getting one of these im in the evil empire state as well
antonb000: correct pronunciation: "sigh-GAH". do not argue with me, i'm russian.
jauchiu: I am only spelling it . How in the world would you know how i pronounce it.
You're just trolling.
Stance Punk: Amurika
Mjtny77: Hey if you said anything about this in the video, then I am sorry for
asking. The speakers on my laptop are broken. I am wanting to buy this
stock for my saiga, but the website says that it is not compatible with the
100 series. I am not sure how to tell if I have the 100 series or not.
Anybody on here know how i can tell? Any help is much apreciated.
Tiesemans: Dude wtf .. go collect stamps or crap ..
2gunTommygun: awesome saiga bro! no rust bust or fuss for the next 100yrs. i think thats
the dragunov stock you have.
Bushcraft412: Check on legality of this. But I do believe it is perfectly legal (at least
for 922r) if you put in the bullet ramp that allows you to use ak47 mags.
Provided however that you use american made 10 round magazine (they count
as 3 922r compliant parts). It's a simple job to put them in, just drill
and tap. The part costs around $15. However... I'm not certain if that
setup violates the safe act. But I'm sure it's 922r compliant.
mmstudios95: I sold my aks and bought this sporting rifle I don't regret it at all this
gun is awesome
D13247: cool review very helpfull
Chris Tafel: Actually a saiga is an east Russian antelope
crosshairjunky: Texas Weapon Systems has a nice top rail cover and rear peep sight upgrade,
it illiminates the need for the side mount piece by adding a picitiny rail
on top and the rear sight gets moved to the verry back of the reciever.
sgtwaffl3s: Can you tell me what kind of stock that is? Thanks
optionman31601: Nice configuration...i have the 5.45x39...like you mentioned, this Rifle
can be had in many calibers and gauges. as far as i know, .308, 7.62x39,
223/5.56x45, 5.45x39, 12 gauge, 20 gauge, .410 gauge. Very Reliable firearm
based on the AK47 Action in any of these calibers.
treyw7: In America it is still pronounced Sigh-Ga. It is an Asian antelope.
iowndunoob: 2gunTommygun has a awesome Saiga I think hes in NY =p Great vid man Your
Saiga is sweet it has that CQB DM look =) Only thing that would make it
better is Tiger Stripe! =) but thats my answer for everything! =p I think
your well armed for SHTF with an AK or Varient! =)
Inigo Montoya: lol, that sucks
crosshairjunky: i have the 308/7.62×51 and i love it.. It is the first rifle i grab for the
range and i have 2 AR's, a PS90, FS200, and asortted shotguns to choose
from. It is by far my fav. most reliable rifle in my cabinet.
ryssaki: nice vid i have the same rifle and i love it
Chris Tafel: Convert it!!!
jauchiu: Say-Ga. We live in America.
Living Social: I got a groupon from Miami and almost got tricked. The description was way off for that the deal they were offering. I found groupon reviews that several people had the same issue. Luckily Groupon honor a refund, but my time was wasted.
Saiga 7.62x39mm rifle - AK47 Comparison and full review4.7
out of 5