Basically you can cut acouple mags and superglue (liquid, not gel) them together although not very strong other than display.Conley said:How do you put then together ? Glue or ? info on how to do this - Cephus -Thanx for the input. Thank You, Conley
Any particular reason for this? (bakelite material/ the followers themselves...)Fargo said:EG ak-74 mags with plastic followers are preferred in the 20 and 45 homemade mags.
What cal are you planning to use?Evil_WalksII said:Any particular reason for this? (bakelite material/ the followers themselves...)
Just curious, those are the 74 mags I have the most of so it's not a huge issue, just thought the ribbed Bulgarian mags might look a bit more "cool" once refinished.
Thats a good idea and would use allot less material. The continuous plates would be much stronger though.hcpookie said:OR file down the joint area on both mag bodies and lay the aluminum plates into the filed down area, fill with filler material (bondo?) then sand smooth and repaint.
So far I am using a stretched out 30rd spring. Never test fired it yet to know if they work.hcpookie said:What about the springs - how are you joining two springs together? Tack weld?