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This Elusive Saiga 12 is Tricked Out for Enjoyment

Published on May 22, 2019

Originally manufactured in Izhevsk, Russia, the Saiga 12 shotgun has its roots deeply planted in the birthplace of its brethren, the iconic AK rifle. The Saiga’s obvious appeal to AK aficionados, combined with its ability to accept a detachable magazine, helped make it an extremely popular shotgun.

Saiga 12 shotguns are patterned after the time tested and reliable AK action, but chambered to accept both 2.75- and 3-inch 12-gauge shells. They also have an adjustable gas system adjust the operation for different types of shells. When Saiga 12s import into the U.S., they arrive no frills, which make them perfect for customization.

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5 Responses to This Elusive Saiga 12 is Tricked Out for Enjoyment

  1. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    I want what Terry Crews has at the 1:40 mark…


  2. c walker says:

    another reason I hate emporer trump and his sanctions

  3. Ed Teach says:

    I shot one on monday. My neighbors. Its gets real fun with high brass 1oz slugs.

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