Gunsmith in Portland Area for Saiga 12 Converson?

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  1. Camtender

    Camtender
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    Gunsmith in Portland Area for Saiga 12 Converson?
     
  2. spectra

    spectra
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    Contcat NorthernBornRebel he is just out of Salem not far from Portland. From people I have talked to he does a great job. Here is a link to his site http://www.StonerArms.com
     
  3. chris61182

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    Do it yourself! All you really need is a 3/8" drill bit.
     
  4. sweetbeard

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    yup right now that might be the best place to have one done..
     
  5. The Cheese

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    ahh, but its infinitely easier to have Stoner do it. price isn;t that terrible either and he does a pretty dam nice job
     
  6. willseeker

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    That would be a 3/16" drill bit.

    Go to the CSS website, Greg has a video on fully converting an S12.

    carolinashooterssupply.com Videos and Links

    Let me know if you need help, I've convered a couple of them already.
    Will
     
  7. bnr32gtr

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    Another vote for Matt at Stoner Arms. He does great work, can weld up the holes and make the gun look more like a factory piece with riveted trigger guard, trunion, etc. Bolt on TG's and what not are ugly, big and just plain ugly!

    I help him with the refinishing and thanks to some experimenting, we can damn near replicate the color the Ruskies use with much better materials than the BBQ paint they use.

    Mike
     

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