Robert Berry: Im about to buy a bullet guide from u guys soon and I know u are probably
tired of this question but how far do u drill down?
Alex Kowal: thanks so much for these videos.
Chris Rich: excellent video
Slacker Chief: How deep do you have to drill into the trunnion?
12092DannyH: Is this available for california residents?
Owmyballsdude: For the 223 VEPR, install the bullet guide and file the mag catch. If you
want to run the Circle 10 mags.
fonz660R: Great video than you for the detailed steps.
carolinashooters: It would help the loctite bond.
semiautoriflelover1: Great info
carolinashooters: @Russbusskins The 7.62 flat does not overhang.
carolinashooters: @lazarus426 It will hold up for the life of the gun. JB weld will not hold
Peyton Sabatino: what does the round trunnion do versus the flat trunnion ?
Jason Gless: Fantastic video, thank you for your post sir!
Humberto4790: There are .223 Ak-47s, and they have mags for them.
carolinashooters: That is correct.
carolinashooters: The bullet guide has to match the trunnion.
carolinashooters: They are like this also, most have a bullet guide riveted in.
redzonehunter69: great vd,i will be ordering once gun off layway.thanks!
Russbusskins: I have a flat bullet guide that i actually bought from u guys. Quick
question? Is it supposed to overhang, because mine doesn't? Should i pull
it back alittle so that it does overhang, or leave it how it is? Mind u, i
didnt do any tapping or drilling yet.
carolinashooters: Fixed it thanks.
AlmostInfamous1: i bought a century converted saiga 762 and there bullet guide was spot
welded in and it broke after 40 rounds. i got it from a dealer at a gun
show and now he wont answer my calls can i call century and have them fix
it or should i just do this?
leedoxev: Thanks for great vid on bullet ramp mod. I quick question if I may. You
said not to drill through the piece. Oh deep should you drill? The tap has
starter teeth yes, so you have to drill deep enough to get full threads...
Sorry for being so anal I just don't wanna mess it up and be stuck with 10
rd mags forever...
semiautoriflelover1: So with 5.45x39 you don't need to modify the magazine release?
bb4jdmlude: Is this the mod that allows old style metal mags to fit into saiga aks?
billpowers916: I snapped my tap! Listen to the instructions and be patient! I have an
extractor on order. I hate waiting!!!!!
2gunTommygun: Will I need a bullet guide to use a 5.45 mag in a 223 Saiga?
carolinashooters: Yes they do require a bullet guide for 100% reliability.
troopcom: Are original AK trunnions like this or do they come with a bullet guide
built into the trunnion?
G0rillaforilla1: I think you have a typo in your description
50599: What is the name of your new website?
OversteerVideos: Nice video. Question: You seem so nonchalant about lining up the bullet
guide and marking the hole, as well as drilling the hole. How do you ensure
that the hole is in fact in the right place and drilled straight down? I
mean, I figured it would require a lot of precision, but you seem to be
doing it by hand. What gives?
Mr American: For ammo 5.45 way better
carolinashooters: @Russbusskins The Flat will not overhang.
creeker71: it allows you to use the standard AK47 magazine
Ethan Middleton: Its incredibly cheaper... Check out ammunitiontogo/com or
atlanticfirearms/com... you can get 5.45 for much cheaper.
lazarus426: I plan to install the feed ramp using this method. Question: how does the
installation hold up to range trips ~200-300 rounds. Is it durable or does
it come loose? I plan to use red loctite, what is the opinion on applying
JB Weld instead/or around top of screw head?
carolinashooters: Same price.
76Stankfinger: Great video. The camera angle and lighting were perfect. Hands down the
best how to video's for Saiga conversion. Thank.
darealpapac: thanks guy .
carolinashooters: No you do not.
407ForRent: What does the guide cost?
Octavio Luevano: Excellent! Thanks for the video.
Abraham Collins: Is it recommended to wash off the oil with acetone before putting the screw
carolinashooters: Yes with the Carolina Shooters bullet guides.
Dave Derrick: Just what I wanted to know. Thanks.
Aaron Raider: I just finished mine. I followed the instructions exactly and it went
perfectly. I am going to the range tomorrow for testing. Thanks Carolina
shooters for posting such a helpful video!!!
ascarta: Hi, got your flat bullet guide kit but I have a hole already in mine (looks
factory) that is larger then the tap and screw, any suggestions?
louie000007: Nice! CSS vids helped me on my S12 conv. glad to see the the rifles vids :)
samin8ter: do you need a bullet guide for the Saiga 7.62x51 (308)?