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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