I have seen this thing few times before, looks really cool, I wonder how well it shoots.
-UTG quad rail w/rail covers
-Magpul AFG (angled foregrip)
-30 round Surefire magazine
with that short mag it actually looks cool…
I hate to admit this but I actually kinda like the AFG on this. Normally I can’t stand the look, but somehow it works on the Saiga.
I actually agree, that that seems like a pretty logical use for an AFG. Considering a VFG in that position would have to be really short to not interfere with the magazine insertion and removal.
AK with Red Dot
The funny thing about this set up is the red dot is obstructed by the HK style rear sight and I bet the top of the right dot is ubstructing the iron sights lol
It’s like a classy barbie doll.
Or for women. Either-or.
Somethin’ in between. Dunno. Up to your gender-name preference.
Oooh, I actually dig some of these. For some reason I think the M1A looks nice all tac’d out.
the Zebra Maple one is the best.
There is safety in education, together we can grow the shooting sports.
Can lesson 1 be “Please don’t ever put an M4-style stock on an AK-pattern rifle” ?
Seriously though, this is awesome. Best way to prevent accidents is with education.
“see Timmy, this is the only part of the gun the Fudd’s didn’t totaly bubba”
well this has come full cycle lol
not sure how I am a mall ninja though.
God Damn haha!!!! I think Im done, I can just close down the site now,theres no gun that will be better than this.
all of my rage
John Mosses Browning is turning in his grave.
I went through the AK 47 tag and it was mostly pictures of Weed, tacticool shit, random crap that has nothing to do with the Kalashnikov and a couple of SKS rifles.
What the hell Tumblr.
That’s tumblr for ya
>morons with no TD
>people who can’t ID guns for shit
>wannabe hardcore suburbia thugs
>stupid people in general
Name: Johnny “Snake” Carvalno
Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Operations Type: Support Gunner
Weapon of Choice: Mac-11
An SKS posted on r/guns. I’m really not a fan of synthetic stocks on SKS’s, but some of you might like it.
from what I have read those scopes normally don’t hold zero when they are mounted on the dust cover.
duck bill mags normally don’t feed that well and are really hard go get out of the gun/put in the gun.
it doesn’t even have a bayonet mount
all around POS if you ask me.
I thought you would appreciate this.
This guy’s rig is TRULY operator as fuck.
This is like every AR owners wet dream
So, uh, Gunblr. First of all, I am deeply offended by this rifle.
I don’t think I should have to say why.
Secondly, I found it because I’m actually rather interested in the Prospect of getting Licensed and possibly purchasing a Lever Action Rifle.
Mainly because I doubt they’ll ever get banned by the Gov’t, I already know I like the ergonomics, Shooting one is second nature, etc. Mainly because my primary specialty is building These:
And yes, it’s paintball. Pump gun modded into a Mini-14 stock. I think I may be ready to join all you big boys with some real steel.
The primary question is… Where the hell do I begin? Do I want .30-30, .44 mag, .45 Long Colt, .45-70… I mean literally, just a foray on Cheaperthandirt showed that leverguns come in just about EVERY popular chambering, and even some that aren’t so popular.
Form factor is priority #1, Second is midrange usability. (I’m used to engaging at < 35 meters) Third is ammunition cost/Reloading versatility. So which caliber/Make/Model would Gunblr Recommend? I’m not looking to be some idiot cowboy, I just like the way Leverguns handle.
Well, all the calibers that lever guns come in are effective at over 35 meters. Not long ago I was actually shooting a .22LR lever gun at that range and having no trouble hitting some irons that were smaller than dinner plates. And that is the smallest caliber that they come in. I would avoid calibers like 45-70 and .35 Remington because just going out and shooting a few times will likely cost you as much in ammo as the gun costs lol and reloading equipment is not cheap either, you really need to do a lot of shooting to save money if you are reloading. 30-30 is cost efficient if you buy it in bulk but it might be more power than you really need. For the range you are talking about I would go with .38 or .44. Unless you think you will never ever need it to kill something larger than a rabbit, if that’s the case go with .22. As far as gun companies go I really like Winchester and Marlin lever guns.