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ASC 7.62X39 Mag 30 Round Stainless Steel Black Marlube

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ASC's 7.62x39 Stainless Steel magazines are engineered with the highest levels of quality and increased longevity. These magazines are manufactured 100% start to finish in the USA using .020 gauge 410 Stainless Steel Alloy, heat treated for superior strength and lasting endurance. These magazines are chemically treated for corrosion resistance [ref QQ-P-35] and coated with ASC's proprietary finish, Marlube which is a wear-in not wear-off coating that burnishes into the surface providing self-lubricating properties. The interior dimensions of OAL 2.316 .002 are perfect for reloads.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: 30-76239-SS-BM-B-ASC
Materials (body): .020 gauge 410 Stainless Steel Alloy
Materials (floor plate): 300 Stainless Steel Alloy
Heat treated for strength and durability.
Chemically treated for corrosion resistance.
Caliber: 7.62X39
Capacity: 30 Rounds
Coating: Marlube
Color: Black Follower, Black Marlube Finish, Matte Black Powder Coated Floor Plate
Enhanced Anti-Tilt Polymer Followers
Chrome Silicon Springs

AR Platforms 

Item#: MAG-151
Total number of Reviews: 13

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5.0 5
"I have bought other mags for the 7.62 x 39- they do not feed right, if at all, don't fit right, and are made like crap. Loaded up with Winchester ammo and not one feeding issue, got 2 light strikes though. That continued throughout the day. These mags work! They actually fit and wow they don't fall out all by themselves. They are a little wider at the base, maybe 1/16 inch. Hopefully I can find a 7.62 firing pin to stop the light strikes. Good luck out there fellow patriots see you on the front line."
5.0 5
"I bought 3 of these, and I am super happy with them, (or at least on of them so far). I oaded 1 all the way up 3 times and had zero feed issues with it. The gun that I rented came with a c-products magazine that wouldn't feed just about every other round. These magazines should be the only magazine you consider when building your AR-7.62x39 (or whatever you want to call it)"
5.0 5
"After shooting with this magazine last weekend, all I can say is AWESOME!We must have put 600 rounds through these bad boys and NOT ONE misfeed!Loading was easy too. We tried with the AR speedloader (LULA), it worked with a bit of wiggling, BUT they loaded very smooth/effortless by hand."
2.0 5
"Don't know what happened, but everyone else wrote GREAT reviews on these... I bought 4 of them and none of them feed worth a darn. Especially the first 25 rounds... get ready to pull the charging handle to the rear for EVERY shot. When the mag is more than half empty, it starts running a little better, but overall, the performance is severely lacking. Then follower is plastic and does not fit with the close tolerances it should have, and thus the lug at the back which locks the bolt open after the last shot RARELY pushes up the bolt-catch after that last shot. Since I took pliers to mine and tried to MAKE them work, I guess I'll be stuck with this junk until I can buy some name brand (BushM@$Tr or Rm@Lit3) mags that actually work."
5.0 5
"OK..I was going to order this mag to try,but it was out of stock at the time.After seeing a comment form another guy here that said \"only use Bushmaster mags\"I thought well I'll try them first. Ordered Bushmaster mags for another company got 2 plus shipping was about $80..wow!..Anyway a few day later Cheeper Than Dirt emailed me to tell me theses were back in. So I orderd 2 of these.Took them all out today.These ASCs and the Bushmater mags are about 95% identical some of the lettering is the same, finish is the same..light dimples in the spine are the exact same...floorplate is also the same except for the names...huuumnnnn..interesting? Could ASC be making both mags???Loaded about the 26 round limit in the Bushmaster. It fired 4 rounds then a light strike. I pulled in another round and fire the next 20 rounds until empty..no problems.Then I tried these ASCs that cost half as much and guess what..fired about 4 rounds and had 1 light strike..pulled in a new round then it fired the rest of the maf until empty!!!.Bottom line is these work!!!As good as Bushmaster...for half the $$$The only difference I see is the ASC spring feels a tiny bit weaker, but both mags perform the same!The light strikes are my rifles fault prob....I'm ordering 2 more! NOTE: bought some C products for this a couple of years back...C Products are JUNK!!!!"
5.0 5
"I purchased two mags and ran 100 rounds through them. Not a single malfunction. I heard all kinds of horror stories about the caliber/magazine feed problems. Not here. I am buying two more."
5.0 5
"I now have 5 of these ASC 30 RD Mags and 2 of the 10 RD Mags. I have fired over 200 rounds in each of the 30 rd mags and only about 30 rounds in each of the 10 round mags. All rounds fired every time I pressed the trigger and all shots went where aimed. I heard of AR-15's having problems with the 7.62X39 mags, but not with any made by ASC. These are Great and work every time."
4.0 5
"Although not flawless they are better than all others I have tried. They feed about 98% of the time. Malfunctions for me have always been that it appears that the bullet is not slightly angled upward and is pushed into the front of the magazine and not up toward the feed ramp. I have two of these and they seem to function about the same. I will also tell you that it is extremely important that you provide a solid force on the stock."
5.0 5
"I was told not to buy a 7.62 x 39 AR15 and stay with 556. I'm glad I didn't listen to the critics. These magazine worked with my AR flawlessly. No issues at all. I wil buy 3 more and recommend them to anyone that loves to shoot."
1.0 5
"I hate to trash talk any manufacturers but these mags are terrible. They will not feed the last 4 rounds at all. Bad Buy. The ten round mags by them are alot better but still not 100%"
4.0 5
"We all know that 7.62x39 AR's have had their problems with mags feeding and light primer strikes but I have resolved all of those problems and moved on to the mags. These particular mags have worked great so far. Little stiff at first but with more range time they will loosen up. Some tweaking can be done for easier loading but over all these do work. Have bought more than one and all have been consistent so far..."
1.0 5
"I bought 10 of these after reading the great reviews here. I wish I hadn't. NOT ONE would feed, every round nose dived and caused me to lock the bolt to the rear, drop the mag and back slap it to get the rounds to seat to the rear and the top round to pop up for feeding. Even after that it still wouldn't feed. Only till I unloaded 25 rounds would the last five rounds cycle4 properly. I am going to try a ProMag, and a C Defense mag. I refuse to dremel the front like all the google search forums"
5.0 5
"These are great magazines, I've never had any feeding issues at all"