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    Default siaga 308 accuracy???

    is anyone have any experience with the saiga's 16 and 20 plus inch barrel rifles. Maybe muzzle speed between the two??? and accuracy.

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    i have a 16 and 20 inch 308s--haven't had a shoot off to see which one will pull the best MOA as one is scoped the other is iron sights.

    the 20 inch scoped with a good scope ammo and mount is a solid 1.5MOA or even less at times depending on how good the ammo is. it does about 2inch moa on the steel case 308/7.62x51--pretty darn good if you ask me.

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    Thanks, I appreciate it!!!

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    I believe the thread was on Calguns, but there were some guys that did a head to head comparo of a Springfield M1a vs. a Saiga .308.

    What it came down to is there was no noticable difference in accuracy between the two rifles.

    I've been thinking of getting a 308 Saiga but man.. #1 I don't need another 308 to feed and #2 lord knows I have enough Kalashniovs.

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    I can relate to having to feed another 308, its like having a house full of Red-Headed step kids with a 10 ft tape worm? I was looking at center fire systems, they have one with a 21 inch barrel and thumbhole stock. I have the 16, think I'll just buy ammo instead. Thanks

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    Had both the 16 and 20 inch Siagas and they are as accurate as a standard M1A.

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    I picked up a 22" model 2 years ago. Put a bi-pod on and a 3x9x40 scope. Broke in the barrel slowly and that sucker hits clay skeet disks at 350 yards. Keeps all shots on a quarter at 100 yards. Even put up against an AR10 last spring and we went shot for shot for 20 rounds. The AR10 owner was amazed. For a rifle that was only $389.00 on Wolf ammo to shoot like that ? Its worth it..Now have to go to the bank to get a loan to buy some magazines for it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmysaiga.308 View Post
    I picked up a 22" model 2 years ago. Put a bi-pod on and a 3x9x40 scope. Broke in the barrel slowly and that sucker hits clay skeet disks at 350 yards. Keeps all shots on a quarter at 100 yards. Even put up against an AR10 last spring and we went shot for shot for 20 rounds. The AR10 owner was amazed. For a rifle that was only $389.00 on Wolf ammo to shoot like that ? Its worth it..Now have to go to the bank to get a loan to buy some magazines for it..
    Thanks, you made me feel good about my recent purchase. I have the 16" model. Would be nice if I could pick it up for what you guys got it for. Here in Kali we pay a lot more just to have the privilidge of owning such guns. Paid more than $700 for mine. I wanted to get the JLD Ptr 91 but that one I really need to get a loan from the bank. ($1800 plus)

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    308 saiga seem to be very nice. Has anyone experience witht the M76 8mm ak?

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    Paid 269$ at gunshow for mine ))))).Wish i would of bought 2,then.

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