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So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer!#369215010/25/1209:13 PM

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cant wait for it to come in.

Anyone else here in the VEPR club? They are rather new in the US from what I understand. Ive always wanted a Saiga and Ive heard these are The Cadillac compared to the Saiga. I couldnt resist!

THis is just a stock photo btw. Not mine. I will have it next week i hope!

Oh for anyone who has no clue what it is. Its a 12 Gauge shotgun wootIm so excited lol.


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Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: KRoyal] #369224810/25/1209:46 PM

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Cool! Post up some pics and a review when you get it.
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Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: bjones2571] #369227910/25/1209:54 PM

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Looks like a serious pig slayer! Congrats!

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Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: Wader] #369238110/25/1210:29 PM

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man i keeep thinking about buying one, would be great if I start up 3gun at some point


Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: rentzington] #369239210/25/1210:34 PM

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I got it from Classic firearms. They are doing free shipping right now.

Yes, I imagine its going to be a fine pig slayer. riflesadly my other rifle may collect dust for awhile. lol

Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: NORML as can be] #369275810/26/1201:07 AM

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While these are cool looking shotguns, shooting full load shells out of these sucks.


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Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: grayparatrooper] #370389110/30/1212:19 AM

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Red jacket is great if you want overpriced poorly built junk.



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Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: procraft05] #370490210/30/1203:32 AM

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Nice! How many rounds does the mag hold?



factory mag is 5 rounds for import reasons. But in the next 2 weeks or so SGM tactical is supposed to be putting out 8 and 12 round mags. I believe there is also drum mags in the works.

Re: So I bought a VEPR 12 today...I couldnt resist any longer! [Re: theserxtremedays] #370631310/30/1204:50 PM

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Red jacket is great if you want overpriced poorly built junk.



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Well, Molot finally got through all the US legal import related red tape and their VEPR 12's are on American shores and in American's hands. The gun arrived dripping with some sort of preserving lubricant in a cardboard box with 1 factory 5 round magazine (higher cap mags from SGM are on the way). I unboxed it yesterday, cleaned/lubricated it, and started putting rounds through it. So, far I've got 250 rounds of various ammo (#4 buck, #1 buck, 00 buck, slugs, and some low brass range ammo) with 0 failures of any kind. Here's some of the features of the gun along with what I've found...

Pros:
-100% reliable thus far
-Hinged dust cover with a 1913 rail. I mounted a red dot and opened/closed it repeatedly and it held zero
-The action is extremely smooth; much more than any Saiga 12 I've ever shot
-Original Molot polymer grip. Much more comfortable than many AK factory grips out there
-Molot self-regulating gas system. This one's key to the 'why is this better than a Saiga 12?' question. Izhmash has a version of this system but reliability reports are still hit or miss with the low brass ammo
-Original Molot competition magazine well. Allows for fast reloads eliminating the need for rocking and locking the mags
-Molot factory AK adjustable rear sight. This is essentially a beefed up RPK rear sight
-Molot original AK enhanced safety lever. It allows for easy disengagement of the safety when shouldering the gun
-Cost. The gun is available many places for $1000. Considering what it costs to buy a Saiga 12 and convert it to this configuration that's not too bad
-Factory chrome lined barrel, chamber, receiver shaft and gas chamber
-Factory threaded barrel. Treads are the same as the Saiga 12 so there are lots of brakes/flash hiders available
-The fit/finish are superb. It's as nice, if not nicer, than any AK platform gun I've ever seen
-Machined bolt assembly, gas blocks etc. As far as I know there is no MIM on this gun at all. Every part feels very solid

Cons:
-Bolt hold open feature doesn't function on the gun 100% of the time (see video below for a better explanation)
-The safety was so tight from the factory that it was almost unusable. I fixed it with a little filing but just beware you may need to adjust it a bit

Here's a video review where I test out the gas system, do some shooting with slugs from 100m, disassemble/assemble the gun, and discuss some or the features of the shotgun:

VEPR 12 HD Video Review Link







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I may be a sample size of one, but my S12 has been rock solid and so has my Vepr 12. To be fair I don't compete but they do go bang every time regardless of ammo. I have put almost no work into the S12, and none whatsoever into the V12. I am well aware of the trials and tribulations of the S12 and have been a member over there for many many years, so I am familiar with all kinds of problems they can have. Then again I don't put 10k down the pipe either, but it's getting close to 5k in the S12

I agree that the S12 often needs tuning out of the box but after they are my observations have been that they tend to be reliable and dependable. Some guys needed more work to get theirs running smoothly but I saw very few people complaining of problematic guns after that point. The V12 seems to need very little, if any, tuning or work out of the box.

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agreed 100%

I actually prefer S12 to V12 because of the gas system, weight and all those new added gizmos to the receiver.

S12 has much less recoil when using 00 buck and gas system set to "1". V12 just has a larger gas hole, so it will cycle anything, at the same time giving shooter more recoil.

i never had any issues with my S12. the only time it jams is when i feed it welfare Federal ammo bulk box from wally world. The cheap hulls are so soft that upon chambering, S-12's charp corners bind up the hull.

never happens with any other ammo.

i shoot 2 boxes/week - skeet at my club and matches here and there for last 8 years with it. thats close to 20K.

its currently on its way to TurboThis to get turned into S-12s. Feels weird shooting my pump 12G
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