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Just finished my Saiga conversion

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my build I am finishing this week is going to cost me about $790

 

Rifle $475

IWD wood Furniture $105

Trigger group and lower handguard retainer $ 180.00

Buttplate,Spring, and sling swivel $26.00

Can of Paint $5.00 (unless I spend $125 on cerkote if I dont like the paint)

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