I got 4 of them with a Yugo AK but have not tried them yet. I have plenty of steel mags.
Every time I look at the plastic ones I think of melted "Pringles Lids".
Wonder how long these mags would keep working if they were burning?
Richard is pretty much spot on. Test of them on the video. This one broke and still worked.
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Not bad for no steel in the lugs, but it still needs a steel chassis like the Bulgys.
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thanks! i'll grab a couple just for the art of testing....
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that day is not today . I saw 10mags for $100 just the other day ( suprlus )mil-surp are getting harder to find at decent prices. one day plastic mags might be the only things readily available.
Untill that day comes Ill stick with a surplus proven steel mag I can bend weld hammer on an repair over a twice expensive untested unrepairable substitute .
i haver plenty of mags so I will have to be ina zombie VS ninja war caught in the cross fire to use up what I have in 7.62x39
Ill try a plastic US made 223 mag but it better be cheap an proven or il stick with weiger or galil mags . I have tried the tapco 223 mags an they worked very well.
I wish I had actual feed back for the OP on the product in qwuaestion .
the only way id consider a plastic lipped x39 mag would be if I had one AK only had 922 compliance issues.
here is the result of about 3 minutes of looking.
i also see korean steel maga for $7 . any one used them??
I see IO sells a steel mag now as does century .
IMO the hungarian 20 rounders are some of the best I have used .
AK-47 Eastern Block Steel 30rd Mag (USED), Cope's Distributing
Romanian 30 Round AK-47 Steel Magazine
"IMO the hungarian 20 rounders are some of the best I have used . "
I have to second that. I have a couple of the 'tanker" mags and they are some great magazines. I should have bought a crapload of em back in the day.
I always liked the bolt hold open feature on last round fired for the Yugo mags too! They are my 2nd favorite AK mag.
Thanks for the video 4th, that was a good test.
I haven't gotten any but have heard the metal is thinner and the spot welds are smaller. Haven't heard how well they hold up under hard use, I'm guessing not as well as the com-block ones do.i also see korean steel mags for $7 . any one used them??
And yes the Hungarian mags a very well made, all of them.
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