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I've heard of more expensive and elusive mags, but yet to have seen one. I've read a lot of forums and see almost nothing but positive feedback. I know them to be tough as nails and dependable, but I would like to hear YHO There are many types of mags, but few built like this 30-40 round arcuated staggered magazine, tough as tank, light as a feather. Are the Bulgarian Circle 10 manufactured magazines are considered the best polymer (manufactured from glass fiber reinforced polycaproamide PAS-30) magazines because they have a true steel mounting lug in the front and in the back. While also
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131Johan131 posted a topic in Saiga .223How many people have used the bulgarian .223 magazines with good results in their saiga .223?
I've been holding on to these for a few years (never thought I'd part with them)....bought them new circa '08-'09. They remain new, or like new/unused condition. They have only been loaded and mounted to my weapon but never wound or fired. I had three but gave one to my father-n-law last year as a gift. I have decided that these hold no practical use for me so I would like to move them in favor of something that I will actually use... These beauties are THE BEST quality AK (7.62 x 39) 75-rd drums that you can buy! These can be fully loaded and remain unwound to preserve the spring integrit
WTS Vz-58 and AK-74(Circle 10, East German Bakelites) mags. *** this ad is cross posted on other boards *** Vz-58: $20/each http://i1204.photobu...T0109Medium.jpg AK-74 Circle 10 mag marking: $24/each http://i1204.photobu...T0111Medium.jpg AK-74 East German Bakelites with "Made in E. Germany" stickers still intact: $44/each http://i1204.photobu...T0107Medium.jpg USPS MO/PP(+4%), S&H: depending on qty of mags. S&H: $5 for 1 mag, $8 for 2 mag, $10 for 3 mag, and flat rate of $15 quantity > 3 mag. Email: dydacupuncture at gmail dot com Picture(s):