I am thinking of doing a century series type Saiga in .308. I know that the Russians never made one in this caliber but it might be a lot of fun to do a conversion similar to the .223 I did a couple of years ago. This time I will do it as a side folder, use a Mark Krebbs large FS/GB combo, and maybe a rail system similar to Krebbs with a flip up rear sight. The large FS/GB combo that I have takes the AR 15 front sight post so like I said this is going to be a type or variant of a Century series.....Anyhow I was thinking that this time instead of using a AK74 break I would modify one of my 7071 aluminum Fake Russian cans for the Yugo M92, yes I know that the Yugo is 26 mm thread and not the standard Bulgarian 24mm so I will have to machine an adaptor....more work but what this will do is give me added weight to the end of the barrel and allow me to use the full length 21.8 inch original Russian barrel with out having to turn it down. Anyway this is my idea, I will do a mock up drawing when I get home from Utah and post up some pictures. Please let me know what you think and if you have any suggestions I would be glad to hear them.