Have you tried .308 Galil mags?
That makes sense. If it was easy more people would use them.
I bet I'd have the same problem with the Saiga. Oh well, I can get us made high cap metal mags anyway.
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I just bought sagia mags that fits . I dont need a 10 mags for a 308 win however .
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In the real world a M77 is the standard Zastava .308 rifle. Still made today.
The actual Zastava M90/95 is the 5.56 rifle and they are identical to each other except the M95 was the export model designation. They no longer appear in the Zastava catalog and the M21 replaced them it seems.
The M77 from the Zastava catalog. Originally however the M77 was a milled firearm like the M76 but was later manufactured as a stamped receiver rifle.
Assault Rifle M77 B1 | Zastava-arms
Mitchell Arms so called Model 90
RARE Hard to find Mitchell arms AK M-90 308 unfired | Northwest Firearms