Traveling to Russia to shoot a gently modded Saiga 12 (VIDEO)

Former Delta assaulter Larry Vickers traveled to the land of dancing bears recently and managed to get his hands on Russian competition shooter Andrey Kirisenko’s scattergun.

It started off as a production Saiga 12 but has a collapsible butt stock, flared palm swell on the pistol grip, side safety, ambi charging handles, a thumb magazine release, push-bolt safety, a big ole cigarette pack-sized muzzle comp, and other bells and whistles.

What did Larry V say after giving it a go?


Below is a vid of Andrey doing his thing back from 2014, if you are curious as to the owner. And he is kinda good.

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