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    Default Hungarian 20rd mags

    last week I asked about BHO mags and the conversation turned to Hungarian 20 rd mags I saw that Cheaper than dirt had them but they were spendy

    AKblue recommended I go here AK 20rd Mag Package - 3 Mags and Pouch #PKG07
    well I can't thank him enough, the great thing about this site is the vast knowledge we can share. I got one set of three, as you can tell the mags are like brand new the pouch is in great to excellent condition total with shipping was $53 and change, I should have gotten two sets. I will try them out next week at the range
    having trouble uploading pictures will try later

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    They are my favorite AK mags.

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    Yes they are good mags.. Good deal..
    Now I do not build rockets at the Space Center.
    But I do have 7 years of High School under my belt.
    I collect the Yugo bolt hold open mags.
    But can anyone please tell me what in the name of God the advantage is too that?
    Seems it just slows down a freah mag insert?
    Maybe I am wrong, hell I don't know?
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    Some stated that some ranges require if you lay your weapon down,you should lock the bolt open and have its safety on.Quote from BlackHawkDown:"Here's my safety"(man wiggles finger)
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    Quote Originally Posted by railbuggy View Post
    Some stated that some ranges require if you lay your weapon down,you should lock the bolt open and have its safety on.Quote from BlackHawkDown:"Here's my safety"(man wiggles finger)
    Wasn't there a selector lever made/modded at one time that would allow it to hold the bolt open for ranges with that rule? IIRC it was around 2002 time frame there was a place that started selling them.

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    4th - - As for mags that have the BHO follower - once the mag is pulled out the bolt will slam forward. It would seem to me that it would be a negative and not an advantage.
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    Thats what I,ve seen Sniper.(Your photo)Five out of seven Chinese 5rd mags I have,have the BHO follower.I had to remove the dimple with my Dremel tool so they would work. I bought some of those $11.95 Surplus European Steel AK47 7.62x39 30rd Magazines from AIM last week and I beleave they are Chinese spineless mags w/bho follower. I dident get back heavy into guns until my home was broken into by a neighbor in 2004.I got my CCW that year and started reloading 45acp that I fired at my range.(Whitewater river bank,Rt50)I have four AK type weapons ready to go at this time in my safe,but I havent altered the safety on any of them.
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    Yes sniper. That is what I am saying.
    Now you have too hold the bolt to get the mag out, let if go forward, then put in a fresh mag.
    Damn by then, the whole commie Army could be on top of you.
    I collected the Yugo mags, just because they are different.
    Chinese mags seem pretty decent also. I like them.
    Food for thought with these way long extended mags.
    If you get in a prone position. Those way long mags could force you too have your weapon higher than you may want.
    Plus get caught on brush and what not.
    Guess in the correct conditions, good.
    We got along fine with the 20 rounders, back in the Civil War when I served.
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    Those 20 round tanker mags are great. I bought several back in the day.

    @ 4th..Civil war..HAHA!

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    yes sniper in the original thread where I asked about the BHO mags afew days back I have a link to a site that shows how to make your own selector bho in conjunction with the BHO mags

    as far as the BHO mags its a novelty

    I wanted the 20rd mags for prone shooting. I have one 40 RPK east german mag it is impossible for prone shooting.

    I prefer 20rd mags in my ar's, and buy in bulk when I can

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    I have some of the hungarian 30 rounders and they are damn fine magazines. Might have to get some of those 20 rounders too.

    Appreciate the heads up.

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