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Try dropping a loaded vepr magazine and let me know what your results are. I did it on accident with a 10rd Factory mag.

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Yep them metal feed lips will pop off. Nothing a little super glue can't fix. There's a lot of mags that will vomit ammo when dropped. Happens alllllll the time at competitions. not a big deal. 

 

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Yeah I would agree it's not as big of a deal at a competition. It's a combat shotgun. it's being marketed for law enforcement, contractors, and military. That won't fly or pass anyone's testing.

 

it can be fixed but shouldn't need to be on an $80 factory magazine.

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Not the old fountain action, lol. I had the lips pop off of a fully loaded MD-20 once. I wish I could fire them as quickly as they spewed out.

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I've only had this happen with factory Saiga mags.

 

With SGM or CSSpecs mags the feedlips are integral. Less Parts = Less problems.

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I did get a few CSS specs magazines the issue with their magazine is heavy recoiling ammunition causes the floor plate to fall off. The spring follower everything dumps. I was running hornady heavy magnum coyote 3in because it was on the shelf versatite wad and 12 pellets 00. 

 

I was able to fix to fix that problem though by bending the floor plate tabs in a vice. They slide on with a lot of force probably not coming back off.

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Feel free to hit the range with your choice of anti-personnel ammunition hammer it off and find out. Mine did it first or second run. I’m assuming the inside plate bounces out and that floor plate slides right off like glass.

they’re better than the rest of the US copy’s I’ve seen which I considered crap. The CSS specs do run.

One of the many reasons I’ve said they’re crap is that you’ll have to expend so much ammunition to make sure those magazines run it’s not worth it. That’s aside from dicking around with them, getting to a range, paying fees to shoot for most people. You may as well spend the extra money to buy a better magazine. That’s even if it’s just a HD gun.

 

 

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