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Mag H&K 91 .308 30 Round Steel Blued Steel New
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Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
High-capacity 30 round magazine fits HK 91 and G3 .308 rifles and clones, including PTR-91 and CETME (minor fitting required for CETME). Blued Steel with plastic follower. Also fits Springfield SR-8.
Total number of Reviews: 36
"DO NOT BUY FOR CETME. Will not fill CETME's."
"These mags will reliably feed 30 rounds, uses 16 type mag springs. These mags do however require filing to fit a cetme, but they work great!!! I have 5 all together."
"Had bought 5 mags for my Century Cetme. all mags worked, have to rap the bottom of mag to set mags into rifle. For some, there may need to be some filing as I have read about on the usage of the H&K 20 rd mags. I am very please please with these mags, it would be great if they made 30 rd mags in the aluminum. The finish were very good on all five. :) Thanks!"
"Seems to be a nice mag for the money. The follow probably could use some work but the body is very well built. Unfortunately, it will not function in my new PTR91. DANG! The product seems good."
"I have a PTR-91 and it works fine for me. If you put an empty mag in, the follower sticks up too high and won't allow the bolt go into battery. The obvious fix it to load her up with some ammo! Work's perfectly fine after that."
"I have a new PTR-91 so i wanted to get a 30rd mag for it the more the better =) I looked all over for one all i could find were all $50-$80. each. So for $12. ill give her a try this mag is great if empty and you want to close action just push down on the follow other than that i have not had a prob, with it. works great i have ordered two more get them when you can will not be hear forever!!!"
"Unfortunately for me my HK91 seemed to have no problem accepting and ejecting the mag, for a while. And then after using a few times I loaded it full, put in the rifle, fired off all 30 and could not for the life of us get the mag out. I had to wince at dollars lost as we were forced to tear out the floor, spring and follower, and then crush the mag's sides with vise clamps to get it free. It seems that once full, the mag had expanded and the collar would not come free."
– The General
"I bought one from another site about 2 years ago. When I got the mag I was skeptical about it's quality, it reminded me of a cheep after market SKS mag. It was thinner side to side than the 20 round CETME or G3 mags I have, and it wobbled when inserted. I was surprised to find it held and fed all 30 rounds fine. The follower did however catch on the bolt of my rifle and turned 90 degrees to a vertical position after the last round was fed. This concerned me but it did not jam. This occurred with every use. I then got out the sand paper and removed the notch at the rear of the follower. The mag now double feeds the last 2 rounds, bummer. It worked fine in my Century CETME when I got it. I should have left it alone!"
– Knuckle Head
"This is a great mag and the price is unbelievable. Snatch a few while you can. A deal like this doesn't come around often. I use this mag in a PTR-91 reciever with CETME parts(barrel, bolt, FCG). No problems whatsoever."
– Robert in TN
"I was curious what these looked like. These are poor quality magazines. I was able to get 32 rounds in a mag, but doubt that would have worked. The maganize requires me to push in the release button on the rifle to seat. Forget about shooting prone. Okay for fun, but not serious kit."
– U Get What U Pay For
"Inexpensive but works very well in Cetme's"
"An ok mag for the money. Don't expect it to be a heavy steel mag it's kinda thin."
"I fired this full auto out of a G3 several times, all 120 rounds fired perfectly, no jams, no FTE's. The mag is extremely heavy - not sure what others are talking about it being thin metal, maybe they received a different mag than what I did, because this is certainly not thin metal."
"I already had plenty of 20 round mags when I ordered this for my PTR 91, but I just got it for the heck of it. I got the magazine, and it is very functional and well built, but kind of heavy. However, when I inserted it into the rifle, it looked very cheesy. I first put it in and realized how goofy and comical it looked, and my friend and I got a good laugh out of it. If I really need 30 rounds at a time for something, I'll use it; but until then, I'll stick to one of my multitude of 20 rounders."
"Had some issues getting the mag to fit in my PTR-91. None of the 6 mags I bought would snap in inless I really hammered on the. After some minor rework on the mags with the grinder they fed alot better. Had a few problems feeding the first round, after that they worked fine. Great for the money and besides some first round feeding issues, it is pretty dependable."
– Jon PTR-91
"After reading the previous reviews for these mags, I decided to try some, and ordered 6 of them. First, they are not blued, they have some kind of parkerized or phosphate finish. I could not seat the mags in any of my H&Ks or PTRs without a tremendous amount of force. Once seated, they would not function, as the feed lips have a peculiar double lip that hangs up the bolt because they are not in spec. The overall quality of these mags is so poor that they appear to have been made in someone's garage. It may be possible to re-work these mags to actually function, but why bother when surplus 20 rounders from anywhere else are $2 to $4 apiece and function flawlessly? To top it off, CTD won't pick up the return postage, and then told me they would charge me $5 for using the return lable they included with my order! Shame on CTD for such lousy customer service, and for offering non-functional mags to begin with. I would say that these mags really are \"Cheaper Than Dirt\"! Posted 1/28/09"
"These mags do fit the CETME. I have had nothing but problems with it. IT looks great and I wish it would work better. After a few rounds it jams. Sometimes it works sometimes it dosent. Ive never had a problem with the 20's. Stick with the 20's unless you think you can get it to work. Mine was thin metal."
"These mags work great in my cetme. no modification required"
"Stay away from anything made from National Magazine. Tried these in all of my G3's (HK-G3, CETME , HK-91, JLD PTR-91 AND VECTOR V51)JUST STICK TO THE $2 20 ROUND PARA SURPLUS MAGS AND BUY SOME .308 MAG COUPLERS."
"I loved this mag when I first got it, and it worked OK for the first few cycles, a few feeding issues that I figured would be no problem later once the mag was broken in. The mag became did become broken in--in my rifle!! I and a friend of mine had to actually crush the mag body with vise clamps after tearing the floorplate, follower and spring out. It would not come out of that rifle by any normal means, and my crumpled metal mess went into the trash."
– The General
"i bought them after reading all the reviews, knowing they'd be a project mag, and i was not disappointed. the front of the feed lips needed to be opened up on all three mags i got with pliers, to allow the last seven rounds to feed at the appropriate angle. the tabs that keep the mag from seating too deeply in the receiver were all flush with the mag body, and had to be opened up, then filed on the top edges to function. they appear to be FN-FAL mag bodies with a pressed and stamped on HK adapter. they all work fine after about two minutes of proper tweaking, and you should understand that, before buying them, if you aren't handy with tools."
"after minor tweaks, function flawlessly. buy em if u know how mags work. and looks cool on your hk91"
"These mags are total crap. After jam upon jam....I placed them down range as a target and Blew holes threw them."
"these are 30RD M1A/M14 mags with an hk type wrap welded to it.there is 2 sets of lips, one on the mag and one on the wrap. the lips on the wrap rub the bolt, im going to try and grind them off and leave the original M1A lips in place.in addition the tabs that stop the mag from going to far into the receiver need to be pulled out forward.i have not yet had a chance to modify or use the mag but it doesnt seem all bad. lips rub and tabs are not pressed out enough. a good thing about the mag is that the follower is much higher and acts as a bolt hold open.all in all 10 rounds is not worth the extra work and money, stick with the 20rd HK mags..."
"has cheap metal follower and rounds don't strip properly from my ptr-91. love the hk 20 rounders though!"
"These Mags suck. They lock in place, but it's a hell of a time geting them out.Poorly made.Save your money."
"Bought 2. One didn't lock into place and returned it as Cheaper Than Dirt has an excellent return policy. The second I took to the range today and although it fed well after the last round the bolt repositioned the follower sideways into the magazine. Loaded three more rounds individually into the magazine and got the same outcome. I actually thought the HK ate 1/2 the follower at first. I own about 50 used 20 round G3 mags and they all work flawlessly. Recommend sticking to those. Cheers!"
"I bought one of these magazines and it really is a cheap piece of crap. It wouldn't lock into place properly and because of that I didn't even waste my time taking it to the range. It just rattled and shifted in place while it was in the weapon. It was just a waste of money."
"solid piece felt like decent 12 dollar quality, but when i put it into my ptr91sc it would not feed a single bullet, maybe if it cut some of the metal it will. it went into the mag well alright, and came shooting out when released"
"These aren't bad, really. Works fine in the CETME's, no feed problems. The reason for 3 stars instead of 4 is two fold.1.) The mag will actually fit 26-27 rounds, not 30.2.) CTD is selling the 20-rounders for $2.97 (steel) and $0.97 (aluminum), both of which are more practical to handle due to size.If you're going to get mags, go ahead and get one of these just for the coolness factor. Not the most practical size for the rifle, but it *is* kinda cool just the same."
– Cowboy T
"These are not as bad as some say. I have a pre-ban Cetme from the early 60's, as well as 2 pre-ban H&K 91 rifles. All 3 have not had a single issue with these mags. I bought 5, and have not had a single issue with them. Perhaps other clones out there are not working well with these, but mine are working fine."
– Jim R.
"I read the negative reviews and only bought one of these. Big mistake! My gun has a jamming problem on the last 5 or so rounds with the 20 round mags. (I bought 8) The only magazine I didn't have to tweak to get to work right was this one. I don't know what problems others were having, but it worked flawlessly for me. As for the \"cheap sleeve\" post, all stamped steel mags magazines, have it. It is just the way they are made. If you don't like it buy the aluminum ones."
"In the mag in the picture the follower is slanted for the bolt to slide over the mag without a round. The one I received was flat and the bolt hit it with full force. I had a hard a time getting the mag out of my CETME. Hope it works for HK 91. I will be returning mine."
"Mag is good quality and would be better used as an M14 clip which is basically what it was originally. Unfortunately it doesn't fit my Cetme and it will take G3 clips without a prob.... It could be modified to work with my Cetme but it's an awful lot of effort for an extra 10 rounds. And with G3 mags being so cheap on here, it just makes sense to invest in those."
"I received this .308 30 round magazine and it would not lock into place with the magazine release on my CETME. No problem. Used a little knowledge of firearms and magazines with a Dremel Tool. I used a CETME 20 round magazine to adjust the area on the 30 round magazine until the magazine locked in place. I also read one of the reviews where someone could only get 20 rounds in the 30 round magazine. Not so dude. You just need to push down harder. I was able to load this 30 round magazine with 30 rounds of .308 and ready to rock and roll."
– Clean Gene
"Not a bad magazine if you're looking for sheer volume. The ability to have so many rounds of a large caliber at the ready is mildly awe inspiring. The magazine feeds well and locks in well. Spring is extremely stiff upon arrival, but a bit of time left full of ammo loosens it up a bit."
– HK 91 Sniper