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It might be worth getting on their mailing list. Thats where I saw the sale the last time.

Maybe they'll do it again.
Yeah, I bought some mags forme the a short while back and now I get emails almost daily..
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I took the lynx out to pattern with some loads on friday. at 25yards its got quite a spread. may be looking into some screw on chokes for the future. aside from being a wide pattern ( to be expected) I ran every load flawlessly. I shot some shells they dont even make anymore and were old. Even some old paper rounds I had that were low brass. With the gas system open I feel it will cycle anything.

On a side note. I keep having a problem with the factory magazine. seems the metal tab (keeps the rounds in) comes off time to time during mag changes. So if I have a few rounds in the mag when I take the mag out they kinda go everywhere. happened a few times during a cease fires. Promag drum ran flawlessly. Which I feel weird saying a promag ran great. It's the 12rd drum. Fits snug and fed every round I put in it.
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You guys get me all excited with the $300 price tag, dang old threads.

For those that have gotten to shoot them, how accurate? Feel like you can be accurate with them such as hunting?

I shoot a lot of sporting clays, or trap. can't imagine giving or replacing any of my other shotguns. But I have always stood by if I can't hit with it, down the road it goes.
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Too rich for my blood but...

Csspecs has probably the best magazines you can buy:
https://stores.csspecs.com/saiga-12-gauge/
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You guys get me all excited with the $300 price tag, dang old threads.

For those that have gotten to shoot them, how accurate? Feel like you can be accurate with them such as hunting?

I shoot a lot of sporting clays, or trap. can't imagine giving or replacing any of my other shotguns. But I have always stood by if I can't hit with it, down the road it goes.
Mine shoots low left. And from a few people hear they tend to shoot that way from the factory. And you are better off getting a dot. As for shooting clays, trap and whatever shooting discipline. You will need some screw on chokes. Spread is wide as hell at 20-25 yards. I mean its a smooth bore 19" barrel.
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