psycho sysqo: tapco mags wont fit unless you file down a lot of the material
Thomas “Z” Zito: Purchase bullet guide elsewhere if your looking for a round 5.45x39 bullet guide that functions properly.
avg.citizen: My drill bit got dulled. What's the size, and good brand for a new drill bit??
Rick P.: NOT needed if you use Pro-Mags, Pro-Mags follower Hump is a good 1/8th+ taller on follower, opposite side of follower has a round bump which also lifts rounds, Also DON'T use Genuine Russian Bakelite Mags to clearance Mag release or you won't find ANY Polymer Mags that will fit tightly against Mag release, They WILL fit sloppy as hell!
pinkeye00: I was wondering ... if you apply pressure to the tap, will it break? just wondering ... seems like it might ... ;)
rouge ronin: Will your bullet guide work for the saiga 308 ?
rmwtsou: I just J-B-Welded the bullet guide onto for my Saiga 7.62X39 (no drilling). It worked just fine. Yesterday, I took my rifle out to the desert and shot 40 rounds. Absolutely no problem!
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.
12092DannyH: Is this available for california residents?
Chris Rich: excellent video
Slacker Chief: How deep do you have to drill into the trunnion?
fonz660R: Great video than you for the detailed steps.
Owmyballsdude: For the 223 VEPR, install the bullet guide and file the mag catch. If you want to run the Circle 10 mags.
carolinashooters: Yes they do require a bullet guide for 100% reliability.
NaoTheFox: Do the 5.45's still not need a bullet guide?
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?
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!!!