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By David Crane
defrev (at) gmail (dot) com

August 10, 2010

Speaking of gas-operated semi-auto shotguns and The Firearm Blog, “Steve” also posted a short piece on the latest evolution of the Kushnapup Series V bullpup Saiga-12 stock system/chassis conversion kit for the Kalashnikov AK-style Saiga-12 box mag-fed (box magazine-fed) 12-gauge (12ga.) shotgun, so we might as well give our readers a quick heads-u on it. The bullpup stock system looks pretty cool, but Steve doesn’t provide any info on the Kushnapup bullpup’s trigger pull, which is usually one of the primary challenges and bones of contention with a bullpup weapon. So, what’s the weight and feel of the trigger pull? We don’t know. However, since the Kushnapup Saiga-12 bullpup stock system conversion only costs $199, worst case is you’re only out approx. 200 bucks, even if it doesn’t work out for ya’.

Kushnapup Bullpup Saiga 12 Shotgun Stock System 1 Kushnapup Series V Bullpup Saiga 12 Semi auto 12 Gauge Shotgun Stock/Chassis SystemThe new Kushnapup Series 5 design is sleeker and more refined than the previous iteration, and reportedly contains the requisite number of 922R parts. The stock allows the use of all available box mags and drum mags for the standard-config Saiga-12 shotgun, including the 10-round and 12-round box mags made by companies like SGM Tactical LLC and MD-20 20-round drum magazine made by MD Arms, LTD. DefenseReview’s (DR) MD-20 drum mag of choice would be the MD-20 Clear Drum mag with see-through translucent back, so one can visually keep track of one’s immediate ammo supply.

Tromix Saiga 12ga S02 Shotgun 1 Kushnapup Series V Bullpup Saiga 12 Semi auto 12 Gauge Shotgun Stock/Chassis SystemDefenseReview’s (DR) friend and professional contact Taran Butler, international 3-Gun tactical and open class champion shooter, has used a Tromix Saiga-12ga shotgun for competition in the past, but I don’t know what I’m cleared to write about his experiences with the Tromix guns and Saiga-12 base platform in the 3-Gun competition environment. The most interesting gun Tromix makes (to DR, at least) is the Tromix Saiga 12ga S17 “Micro-12 gauge” close quarters battle/close quarters combat (CQB/CQC)/door-breaching tactical/combat shotgun with 8-inch barrel, which currently comes in at $1,785 USD (Less $550 w/ customer supplied gun).

MD Arms 20 Round Clear Drum Magazine for Saiga 12 Shotgun 1 Kushnapup Series V Bullpup Saiga 12 Semi auto 12 Gauge Shotgun Stock/Chassis SystemCompany Contact Info:

Kushnapup LLC
P.O. Box 21
Heber City, UT 84032
[email protected] Email 1
[email protected] Email 2
http://www.kushnapup.com Website

Tony Rumore
Tromix Lead Delivery Systems
20039 E. 600 Road
Inola, OK 74036
918-543-3456 Office
918-543-2920 Fax
[email protected] Email
http://www.tromix.com Website

MD Arms LTD
PO Box 237
Casstown, OH 45312
937-552-9383 Office
[email protected] Email
http://www.mdarms Website

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3 comments

  1. Complete idiots. I ordered 2 when i figured out they were a scam and asked
    for a refund I got this:ME:Well it looks like there are several other
    Bullpup makers shipping right now. If you aren’t going to ship this week can you
    give me a credit back?ThanksThem:Who cares.Me:That was rude.
    So obviously I do!Please credit my card back, I do not wish to do business
    with you.Them:All that B.S. from you in California. HA! stupid this!
    stupid that! Everybody is stupid but you yourself and you living in your state
    of restricted firearms. Complain, go right ahead. lol your stupid! Your order is
    cancelled. Don’t contact us from california, your stupid! So stupid your laws
    make you stupid!

  2. Though they were late to ship, a good friend of mine received his in the mail and all is well. I was surprised with the feel, and the trigger was decent – for a bullpup – don’t expect some comp shooting masterpiece. Overall, one of the best put together kits available.

  3. To the post above. You are from Cali, so can you blame them for not wanting to do business with you? I would’nt.

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