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    Default Drums anyone

    I thinking of getting one of the Md Arms drums. Do any of you use them or like something better

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    They're great drums for the price, it's more of a "cool factor" to have one, you could get quite a few mags for the price.
    I've only put 40 rnds through mine so far and it worked fine.
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    Whats the going price on one of these drums? They do definitely do look cool.

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    Looks like $260
    Search Results - MD Arms
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    I have 2 NIB and 1 out of the box- I haven't fit it to my Siaga 12-c. I have about 5 - 5rd mags, 9 -10rd mags and 2- 12 rd mags. and the 3 drums. I only have 1 Siaga but considering it's orginal- I just can't figure out why they imported them in with 22 in bbl's. It looks like a goose gun. Since I'm never getting rid of it I want to cut it to about 18 1/4 and thread it. I wanted it to be cut 2.5 inches under legal length and then permanantly attach a 3 inch break. I bought a break but there are now too many cool ones. I can't see attaching a break for good when I may want to change.

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    I can't see attaching a break for good when I may want to change.
    LOL I know what you mean, there's someone always bringing new stuff out for these.
    That is also a problem, there's too many companies making stuff (not just brakes) that you keep seeing stuff you like, and if you bought everything that looks good you'd end up with a mall ninja gun.
    Oh well buy a couple and make each one different. LOL
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    +1 for MD 12 Ga. drums.
    Nice and light. Follow instructions for fitting to the letter.
    Mine is flawless. Easy to load and fun to 'unload'
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    Quote Originally Posted by submoa View Post
    I thinking of getting one of the Md Arms drums. Do any of you use them or like something better
    What is better than an MDArms drum?

    Inquiring minds want to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nalioth View Post
    What is better than an MDArms drum?

    Inquiring minds want to know.
    Nothing!

    Alliance Arms drums are milled from steel.
    Only a weight lifter would appreciate them.
    I've held their 20 and 30 rd drums. They will snap your ribs
    if you shoulder these things. It's simply a joke.
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    Alliance Arms drums are milled from steel.
    I think they are aluminum, but they say the rifle has to be fitted to the mag. I only had to take a couple passes with a file to get my MD Arms to clear the center support.

    And after seeing this video, I knew it was a quality product, I placed an order right away. It's 2 parts and the first drum is an AA

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