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Thread: VEPR or SAIGA?

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    No Hope For Me 1biggun's Avatar
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    I don't know if this new one will be as legendary. It better be, if they are going to bring the name out of retirement.
    IF IT HAS THE SAME FIT AS THE OLDER GUNS AN IS RELIABLE IT SHOULD BE A GOOD GUN . I LIKE THE HUMP BACK RECIVER .

    IM SURE THE PRICE IS GOING TO SCARE A LOT AWAY AN THERE ARE SOME REALLY GOOD AUTOS NOW LIKE BERATTA AN BINELLIE THAT ARE PROVEN GOOD. NOT TO MENTION THEY OL REMINGTON STANDARDS.

    ID LOVE TO HAVE ONE JUST BECAUSE .

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    Found one of these today at a local gun store. This one had black forearm and buttstock with grey park over the metal.

    The price was too much for me at $1,399, but I did get to pick it up and handle it.

    It was very light, even with 30" bbl. Would be able to carry it all day in the field.

    Well balanced. Did not feel muzzle heavy or butt heavy. Pointed naturally. High-vis sight with mid-bead.

    Without shooting it, it seemed like a very nice gun. I doubt very seriously I will own one, though. Too many other interests.

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    I have a Model 11. It will have to be awful good to beat that gun.

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    Agreed. Nothing short of legendary.

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    Default How to finish sawed-off shotgun barrel

    Bought a 10ga(!) double today that somebody sawed off. They installed a bead sight but did not finish the crown on the muzzles- does anybody have a suggestion on how to finish up nicely with common tools?
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    Crap this probably belongs in shotgun section

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    SAND IT SMOOOTH AN COLD BLUE IT.

    HOW ABOUT SOME PICTURES OF THE WHOLE GUN . HOW SH0RT IS IT CUT???

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    Here you go. BTW, I laughed my ass off at your rant on the "rivet experts" in the AK forum
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    It's a Spanish gun.
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    You can soft-solder a carefully fitted hourglass shaped piece of steel, but be very careful with heat. Otherwise you'll separate the barrels or rib. Then finish with cold blue.

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