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CAA AK-47 Polymer Magazine Coupler Black MC47

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Magazine coupler expands ammunition capacity and saves precious reloading time by joining two magazines for the AK47. This magazine coupler will not scratch or deform magazines.

Specifications and features:
Fits AK-47 magazines
Joins 2 magazines together
Each magazine can be placed in a different height
Wide gap makes it easy to reload
Mad of high density polymer
Will not scratch or deform magazines
Screw tightened
No Gunsmith required
Warranty: 10 years 

Item#: 11488
Total number of Reviews: 16

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3.0 5
"These will work on a typical metal AK mag. However, they do not fit on the Polymer Bulgarian mags sold on this site."
1.0 5
"These don't work. They are not spaced far enough apart, and therefore won't clear the safety. Don't waste your money on these."
2.0 5
"Like a dummy, didn't read the reviews. Doesn't work with my steel of plastic mags. Was of money."
4.0 5
"Use your head, if you want to use these you will need to stagger the mags. The mags are not suposed to be exactly side by side. You will need to do this to clear the safety and a mounted scope rail. These clamps are pretty good if you use them properly. I LIKE EM."
4.0 5
"These are durable looking clamps. I like what I have seen from mine. They work well on steel mags for both an AK and an SKS."
5.0 5
"I don't get the other reviews- these are better than ones twice the price. Note: they come 2 per pack, and only one is needed for coupling (2) 30 round mags."
1.0 5
"These couplers didn't work for me at all. My WASR-10 has the standard scope bracket on the left side and the safety latch on the right. Both of these items made it impossible to fit my magazines into the magazine well. I tried to stagger the magazines, but that didn't help. If you have an AK with the scope bracket on the left side of your rifle, don't buy this product."
5.0 5
"The easiest thing to do with these is flip one of the magazines upside down with the base plates about a quarter inch below the lip assembly things. That way, once one is empty, you pull one off, flip it upside down, and load it. It's super easy and best of all, works 100%."
4.0 5
"These work great staggered on my 30 round mags. They don't work with the polymer 30 round mags because they are a little too wide. Worth the money though."
3.0 5
"This product does just what it says it does, but I still prefer the old fashioned way. It makes the gun feel like a different weapon, so if your used to your rifle, it will be a bit off. It does increase your mag change speed dramatically."
4.0 5
"i don't know why all these reviews are so bad all i did was turn one of the mags up side down and they work fine. just flip the mags over to reload."
4.0 5
"I assembled (2) 30rd magazines staggered, with one upside down and they fit perfectly on my WASR-10. I've had no problems, and reload is quick and easy with practice. Still, it would be nice to have them both right side up...but, I can't complain. Recommended."
4.0 5
"This item works great I put them right on my ak mags as soon as I got them and have not had any problems with them"
5.0 5
"I saw Steve McQueen do the flip the magazine trick on his grease gun in a movie back in the 50's. Works fine on my \"WASR10\". The clamps do just what they are supposed to do. Steve used black friction tape; It worked good,too. The weight of two 30 round mags discouraged me, but that should not be a reflection on the part itself. That is why I gave the part 5 bullets."
3.0 5
"I was impressed with these at first. I mounted 2 metal Ak-47 mags together, inverted/jungle style. I used 2 clamps at the same time to join the 2 mags(one clamp at the top, one at the bottom) thinking that might REALLY stabilize it. Looked cool but added to the weight of the gun quite a bit. Even though I tightened these down a lot, the mags would still slide around during firing the gun. That fact, along with the gun being SO MUCH HEAVIER, made me stop using the clamps. Honestly I think you'd have better luck with cardboard and tape. I now just carry the spare mag in my back pocket and have a much lighter firearm."
5.0 5
"Great shipping CTD! as always i received my product on the third day after i placed my order. These do exactly like you'd expect, they cinch your mags together and hold very sturdy. They only work with mags that have a pinch weld. I'd still just save the money and use electrical or duct tape to hold them together but these work great and hold very sturdy."