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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 have an internal steel reinforcing rib going down the front of the magazine, and the waffle design giving you lots of grip even if it gets wet. If you have a 40rd bulgy snugly fit into place, and this lets you rest easy, then we have something in common, my friend. ~I've always heard people talk about circle 10's, but whats the difference between these and your standard run of the mill steel ak mags other than weight? ~Do you feel there is a better way to feed my hungry ak? ~Are all Bulgarian Mags created equal, or just those from the ARSENAL JSCo. in Kazanlak, Bulgaria? ~Bulgarian milsurp mag with bullet impressions, who makes these? ~Last and not least, is there a major design difference between the different generations? What do you think? Praise well deserved -or- just Hype? IYHO
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 integrity, and wound when needed. There is also a tension release button. I also purchased some Chinese drum pouches ... Price per drum is $110.00 Broken down: $100 for each drum, $10 for shipping and I'll include the Chinese pouch The only trade I'm really interested in is for MD Arms 20-rd S12 drums (un-modified)...drum for drum. Since I can buy these NEW and Un-modified, that's pretty much the only condition I will accept. If you filed, ground or cut on it, I don't want it. Payment with Discreet Paypal. Purchases.... an "I'll take it" will hold it for you. Trades.... a PM or email with your offer Thanks for looking!
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):