and now ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, the one of a kind, Saiga 12!
Step 1: Pros and Cons
-adjustable stock(2 lengths)
-tactical rails(under the barrel)
-68,5cm / 86,1cm
-stock is a bit wobly
-triggerguard breaks sometimes
-took up almost all of my green and black rods
-cut parts needed
Step 2: Stock
this is the adjustable stock TLF93 used on his M4 CQB rifle a while back, I saw a Saiga on youtube using an adjustable M4ish stock so I wanted to use a stock that looked the same, this is why I used this stock, not other stocks.
Step 3: Body
I modified the body so it would look good and be sturdy, I left the griprail in because I hate it when guns have no rails.
I didn't add a grip for the following reasons; I thought it was comfy enough, and I ran out of green/black rods (I have three or four left)
The mags are this long in real too, because Saigas don't use Dualstack mags like modern ARs and pistols, this is good tho because if they did you would have a very fat mag!
Step 4: The Mag
I wanted a long mag, that would mean I had to make a 10 round mag max, since there is no 11 round mag and 12 round and higher are drum mags with the saiga, not wanting to make a heavy piece consuming drum mag and wanted to make a 10 round-ish box mag I made this, it's pretty heavy and big
Step 5: Barrel
I wanted a short sturdy barrel(which I indeed got) with some sort of muzzle-break, well this is what came out of my hands
Step 6: Last Words
again here are the credits;
Stock - TLF93
Body- Dr. Richtofen
Magwell wall thing- The Red book of Westmarch
If you were to find anything that was/is made by you please do say so, I will put your name into the Credit list.
oh and yes that is a real 12 gauge shotgun shell, keep in mind that this one is fired thus it's a bit longer, so don't think the mag is off scale.