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Saiga .308 with FBMG 20 Round Mag

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Drakejake, Dec 31, 2006.

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  1. Drakejake

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    Just got my three FBMG 20 round mags today. The factory mags hold only eight rounds. The 20 rounders snap right in although there is some looseness side to side. I look forward to trying them out at the range. My Saiga has a factory Dragunov stock and a slide-on butt pad.

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    Excellent - thanks. What slip-on recoil pad do you use, and what is that thing on the barrel?
     
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    Pachmayr pad, trimmed to fit and secured with electrical tape. I think the Pachmayr slip-on pads are good values, especially if you shop around on the Internet. The metal piece on the barrel is the fitting for a quickly removable bipod. You can get one of these bipods and then some cheap bolt-on Weaver bases (from Cheaper than Dirt, I believe). Thus you can quickly move one bipod from rifle to rifle during a range session.

    (I took too long to reply and therefore was beaten to the punch with a more detailed statement on the bolt-on rail.)

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