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ProMag Saiga Mag 12 Gauge 10 Round Polymer Black
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Brand: Pro Mag SAI02
Item: 77652
UPC: 708279008719

ProMag Saiga Mag 12Ga 10 Round Polymer Black

These magazines were designed for professional shooters and law enforcement personnel whose lives depend on a perfect shot every time. Expertly machined for exceptional quality and guaranteed to feed and function for every shot. ProMag magazines include a lifetime guarantee, if you ever have a problem with their magazines; simply return them to ProMag for replacement.

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ProMag Saiga Mag 12 Gauge 10 Round Polymer Black+ProMag Saiga Drum Magazine 12 Gauge 20 Rounds Polymer Black SAIA6+ProMag Saiga Magazine 12 Gauge 5 Rounds Polymer Black Finish SAI 01

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5.0 Rating Sold The Gun - 8/15/2014
Reviewer: Me
I Sold The Gun, It Was Way To Heavy For Me, But The Mag Fit Good Thank You Me
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4.0 Rating capacity - 1/25/2015
Reviewer: David
10 round mag only holds 9 rounds not 10 and had to take 1 round out to get mag in gun so it is only a 8 round mag.
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5.0 Rating Good Mags - Great Customer Service from ProMag - 5/6/2015
Reviewer: FNG
10 rounds of fun. I purchased 4 of these 10 rounders about 6 months ago and have put a few hundred rounds through each. On a recent trip to the range, I managed to break 2 springs. I figured I would have to send the mags back to ProMag, i called the support line and they said there was an issue with the heat treating on the springs and sent me replacements and a few extras - just in case! For the record, these mags have no problem holding 10 rounds. After the springs broke they would only hold 7 or 8. So that might have been an issue for other reviewers. There is however a trick to loading them properly. When the new round is inserted and pushed to the rear, as you push back also push down a little bit on the front edge of the shell, to get the rim over the brass of the bottom round. It sounds more complicated than I just described, Im sure there is a you tube out there if you look. Also, by design, the mag is hard to insert when the bolt is forward. It's built on an AK platform and those shells are large. Forcing the mag in can cause the top shell to deform and not load in the chamber. Not really an issue with the mag, its a communist design, get over it. Lock n load and put the safety on if its for home defense. Finally, my mags needed to be sanded just a bit on the back at the mag release. A minute with sandpaper and its ready to go. I have had a few failure to feeds but can't really blame the mags as the front edge of the shell got hung up on the back of the chamber and caused a deformation. There is a notch that can cause hangups. My Saiga is converted and the gas system is stock except that I enlarged one of the gas ports with a 3/64" drill bit. After about 200 rounds of break-in it eats even 1045fps #9 shot without an issue. I give the mags an easy 4 bullets but the excellent customer service I received from Jack at Promag tech, easily puts them in the 5 bullet category!!
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3.0 Rating They have their quirks - 9/17/2015
Reviewer: Saigaguy
These things are a solid value. But only if you figure out their quirks and make the necessary adjustments. Right out of the box, none of the four that I purchased fit into the weapon. The pattern on the sides of the magazine prevented it from clicking into place. Also, there is a feed problem. I would still recommend them if you don't mind putting in a little time with each. If you choose to make this purchase, you need a pencil, a knife/exacto knife and a flat file(or sand paper.) First, try to fit the magazine into your weapon. Whichever side is blocking this, mark the angle of the line with the pencil and, once you have removed the magazine, cut away that small section with the knife. Repeat, checking both sides until enough has been removed to lock the magazine into place. Next, deconstruct the magazine from the bottom. (Hold away from self in a safe direction as the spring will shoot the base plate off when the time comes.) Make sure that you do this in a way that you can retrieve the base plate. Next, file down the rough edges inside the magazine. There's one spot on each side that you should sand/file and one in the front where the polymer body is fitted to the upper steel & polymer piece. Sand that interior front part flush, so that it doesn't catch when it reaches those last two rounds in the magazine. After that, you shouldn't have problems.
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3.0 Rating Needs some work - 10/12/2015
Reviewer: Drew
Doesn't fit in the receiver out of the box...needed to file the mag down in some spots for it to lock in place. Still a tight fit and no good for fast reloads. Good mag for the range.
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ProMag Saiga Mag 12 Gauge 10 Round Polymer Black
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