Russian Saiga .308. built in the IZHMASH factory alongside the Kalashnikov's. This rifle has been restored (converted) to it's original Kalashnikov layout. The trigger group has been replaced with a Tapco trigger group. It has a Hogue pistol grip. Functionally, the conversion is complete and well–executed. However, I have the parts to convert the front hand guards to standard AK furniture. This includes a Dinzag Bolt–on Lower Handguard Retainer http://www.dinzagarms.com/saiga_308/akbor2.html and Gas Tube http://www.dinzagarms.com/saiga_762x39/gastubes.html. I also have a nice lower hand guard that matches the buttstock. I don't have an upper hand guard which is why this stuff hasn't yet been installed. This Saiga is in good condition but it has been fired. I can't tell you how many rounds downrange as I'm not the original owner. Being a .308, I don't imagine it's a very high number. But I can say the rifle is reliable and accurate. It comes with some extras including a Tasco World Class scope and mount. There are also two, 20 round Surefire magazines; one, 25 round Surefire magazine; three, 8 round factory magazines. It comes with approximately 70 rounds of factory ammo. Also includes Burris bipod, skeleton buttstock, bore snake, and a couple of slings. $900 OBO. No Trades, please.