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Mag AK-47 7.62x39 40 Round Black Bulgarian Polymer Steel Lined Slabside New

 
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BULAK40P
MAG-0203
MAG-0203
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Lightweight, waterproof, impact and heat resistant, this Bulgarian patterned high-strength polymer magazine can handle just about anything you throw at it.

AK-47 7.62x39 Bulgarian Magazine 40 Rounds, Black Polymer 
Total number of Reviews: 24

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5.0 5
"Nice mag. Smooth sping and flower. Fits loose in my yugo, but fits very tight in my sks sporter."
5.0 5
"great mag, shure it has polly feed lips but its great, and your rifle should shape it perfect.awsome for wasr-10's"
4.0 5
"I gave it 4 bullets just because I prefer metal to poly but this mag is smooth, the spring is good, and the catches on the side don't seem like they will break off like the other polymer mags.It fits nice and tight in my GP WASR-10 and won't get hot either after firing multiple cosecutive shots and the reciever heats up."
4.0 5
"i just bought this mag along with 2 other thermold mag-035's. this 40 rounder looks cool in my wasr-10 with wooden front grip and side folding stock. if you have a wooden front grip it may make it difficult to load it quick cuz its in the way a lil bit.the spring is real stiff which i like. it feels strong and durable. only real complaint is having to file it down to fit my receiver. i had to file down the sides, the back tab, and beneath the tab. but now it fits fine"
4.0 5
"Nice mag overall for polymer. Sticker peels easily off. However, fits very loose in my SAR-1. I haven't taken it to the range yet but the spring action looks as good as the steel mags."
3.0 5
"I purchased one of these and one #MAG-0201 for my modified SKS.This polymer clip is very snug and tough to lock into place when in brand new condition. I'm not complaining since it will eventually wear down from use and will fit better then. BUT, after inserting it into and removing it from the gun 4 or 5 times, i had already removed about 1/16 of an inch of plastic from the rear latch on this magazine... not a good sign for long term use...I know some of you might be thinking, \"well that could be due to a poor modification\". Know that i have used metal Ak-47 clips in this gun since 1993, put thousands of rounds through it (YES, thousands) and, after using clips from 5 different manufacturers, I have never had a clip fit this tightly. (by the way, MAG-0201 fits perfectly). The spring in this clip is almost identical to the spring in item #MAG-0201, but slightly softer (could be the same spring in both and this one is softer due to tolerances).A good price; but, based on the wear i see on it already, i doubt it will last very long compared to a metal one; therefore I'd recommend the metal version instead (#MAG-0201)."
4.0 5
"Very nice mags. Load smoothly and fits perfectly in my WASR 10/63 (no filing required for me). The perfect way to work towards the \"poor man's drum.\" Although slabsides are not higher quality than Bulgarian circle 10 waffles, they are robust enough to take damage, reinforced with steel, and able to take abuse. I'm buying more!"
4.0 5
"I bought 2 of these mags and really like them. They fit great in my Bulgarian AK. As for my SKS(M), it takes a few times to mount and unmount before it mounts easily. It\uFFFDs tight but I'd rather it be tight. Because of the length, I am only using them with my SKS(M). If you have a tricked out AK or SKS(M) with foregrips, it will be hard to mount and unmount the mag depending on where the forgrip is mounted. My SKS(M) has no rails to mount crap onto so the 40rnd mag doesn't make contact with anything else. This mag feeds rounds like a champ. No spring issues so far. Only one negative comment; nobody makes a mag pouch for these. So, if you use regular AK pouches plan for the mag to stick out a bit. Other than that, I like them."
5.0 5
"Just got 2 and will get 2 more. Perfect fit in Yugo M70AB2 Under-folder. Solid. Feeds without a hitch. Half the price here than anywhere else. - Thanks CTD."
5.0 5
"Great magazine - they DO make magazine pouches for this size magazine. Maybe CTD can get them as well."
4.0 5
"The mag is kinda loose fitting and has quite a bit of wobble, but is otherwise decent. I would buy another."
5.0 5
"Carry two of these and you will have a more compact package then the 75rd drum and more shots. Get a Lula to load it because the spring is strong."
5.0 5
"This is definitely the best polymer AK mag on the market, unless you can find a 7.62 bakelite. Buy one. You wont regret it."
3.0 5
"Took it shooting Christmas and it jammed every 2 or 3 rounds"
5.0 5
"This was very fast shipping along with anything I've bought from CTD. The mag is great, fits perfect in my Romanian wasr10 did not have to grind anything, it was a little hard at first but after about 5 times of putting it in fits very snug fired the whole mag not 1 jam. I only bought 1 but plan on buying a lot more especially for the price"
5.0 5
"Took mag to range today and put 40rds through my WASR 10/63 performed perfect not one jam."
5.0 5
"Great mag feed great on my wasr 10 and priced really good."
2.0 5
"Do like a magazine with plenty of play and wobble? Then you'll love this 40 rounder. Don't bother with this. Trust me. Buy a drum instead."
4.0 5
"But it could certainly be worse, got 2 and they both wobble but only slightly. Both have fed all 40 rounds to perfection. Could have gotten 5 bullets without the wobble which is fairly slight however a functional 40 rounder for under $20 is pretty golden in my book."
3.0 5
"Haven't got to run any rounds through it yet, but yes there is wobble like the others have said."
5.0 5
"Great mag! am buying these again way better that that Tapco junk."
3.0 5
"I have a Mak-90. Feeds all 40 pretty good, first round mis-fed. Does wobble as others have stated, but I noted the wobble actually put enough pressure on the mag release to pop the mag release pin out of its slot and made the mag release button sit off angle so I had to tap the pin out and re-feed the pin back into the mag release, witch was quit a pain."
4.0 5
"I bought 2 of these for my Draco,cheaper than Tapco, and better made. Ran 40 rounds, no flaws a little hard to load at first but after 2 inserts, installs easily. Gave it 4 stars cause of the wobble, but Tapco would get a 3. If you want it fast CTD will get it at your door. Buying 2 more, throwing the Tapco in the trash."
3.0 5
"Every magazine I\uFFFDve ever used worked 100%. But this one fits very loose in my SAR-1 . And about every 3rd round failures to feed, however it works fine in my brothers AK."