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Spotted in the wild, built in bullet guide and holds the bolt open on the last round smile.png

Made right here in the U.S.A

Sorry but they are cellphone pictures

 

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Spotted in the wild, built in bullet guide and holds the bolt open on the last round smile.png

Made right here in the U.S.A

Sorry but they are cellphone pictures

 

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are the Vepr 5.45x39 mags next?
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Well I may have made a lady happy today at Bills. She bought a Vepr in x39 and asked about high cap mags. I simply told her about these and that Ive seen them on this forum and she jotted down the name and thanked me for the info. She will be happy to know that she doesnt need to add anything to the gun to make these run. Good job SGM!

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How bought making em for the Vepr 223? Please? Pretty Please?

 

Don't say you don't make 223 mags. I have ten of them for my Saigas.big_smile.gif

 

I'd likely need about the same amount for my Veprs.

Edited by liberty -r- death

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we have the mold finished and have about 20 ran from the mold that work perfectly. we are concentrating on running saiga 12 and vepr 12 mags at the moment so hopefully when we get caught up on the back orders we will be able to run them.

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We are shipping them now. I believe Centerfire has them listed for sale right now, but the usual suspects will have them. Carolina, Atlantic, MAA etc...

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A stock rifle with one of these bad boys is 922r compliant, I assume?

No. You'd still be adding an "evil" feature, anything holding over 10 rds, and it would no longer be considered "sporting".

Edited by Captain Hero

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A stock rifle with one of these bad boys is 922r compliant, I assume?

No. You'd still be adding an "evil" feature, anything holding over 10 rds, and it would no longer be considered "sporting".

Whoops. My bad. Its actually military mags. Not these.

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These mags seem to work well with no issues for me. They don't feel as sturdy as a milsurp mag, but they also don't require modifications to the rifle or mag which is a huge plus. At $30 I feel good about the purchase in today's market and would recommend them to anyone that doesn't want to change a lot of stuff on their vepr. 032.gif

 

I too would like to see these in 5.45x39 so I wouldn't have to install a bullet guide and could use the 5 or 10 round factory mags too.

 

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VEPR 7.62x39 with SGM 30 round mag

VEPR 7.62x39 with SGM round mag

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These mags seem to work well with no issues for me. They don't feel as sturdy as a milsurp mag, but they also don't require modifications to the rifle or mag which is a huge plus. At $30 I feel good about the purchase in today's market and would recommend them to anyone that doesn't want to change a lot of stuff on their vepr. 032.gif

 

I too would like to see these in 5.45x39 so I wouldn't have to install a bullet guide and could use the 5 or 10 round factory mags too.

Even after installing a bullet guide, and filing the catch, you can still run your 5 and 10rd mags. You'll just have to mod them like you would a Saiga.

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How bought making em for the Vepr 223? Please? Pretty Please?

 

Don't say you don't make 223 mags. I have ten of them for my Saigas.big_smile.gif

 

I'd likely need about the same amount for my Veprs.

That's very interesting to know, it definitely will influence which caliber to purchase. Had my sights on a Super Vepr in .223 too, whats the difference between the Pioneer Vepr vs Super Vepr, any ideas?

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So, are these going to make Veprs un-importable, kinda like Olympic Arms did with cheap steel core x39 when they made a pistol? Since, due to your product, they are now being imported in a configuration that accepts standard-capacity mags?

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