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ProMag SAIGA 12 Gauge 20 Rounds Drum Magazine Polymer Black

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Load up to 20 shells at a time with the brand new ProMag 20 round drum for the Saiga shotgun. Designed to load 2 shells. Will not fit 3" or 3 " shells. Includes a steel insert on the magazine catch to prevent premature wear. Drum measures 7 " in diameter and weighs 2 pounds.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: SAI-A6
Caliber: 12 Gauge
Capacity: 20 Round
Material: Polymer
Finish: Black

Made in the USA with a lifetime warranty.

Item#: MAG-561
Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"ProMag delivers yet again! This drum is fairly massive, adding a very distinctive look, especially if you've already done the Quad-Rails, Buttstock, Pistol Grip, & Muzzle Brake. On the practical side: You can load 21 rounds & be only 1-1/2\" taller than the polymer 5 round mag. With ProMag's Load Assist spring compressor, you don't need to disassemble the drum, or crank the spring to a specified tension. This is much more practical for in the field re-loading- if you even need to. Heavy? You betcha'! You're carrying almost a full box of 12ga ready to go! Try a 100 round drum in an AR, balance is the same and the extra wieght helps reduce perceived recoil. A great added feature is the custom fit. Fast and easy, even for me, to get a better-than-factory fit."
1.0 5
"I decided to try out the mag due to the very low cost compared to others online. I was nervious that the directions said I may need to remove plastic for a good fit. No problem it fit fine into the weapon, it seemed. Since I live in a large city I set off for an hour just to try the new mag out. Once I got there I found that it jambs every round. Using the factory mag with the same ammo, and gas setting it works great. After trying to adjust my new mag with a file for a long time, I found that I had wasted nearly $50 in ammo just trying to get it to feed more than 1 round before stovepiping, I finally gave up and will now have to deal with the warranty, which should be fun from what I have read on other blogs."
5.0 5
"The drum functions flawlessly. If it doesnt fit your gun, follow the instructions. If it doesnt cycle right, change your gas regulator. I like this drum a lot! It puts serious buckshot down range! Thanks, CTD!"
4.0 5
"20 seconds with a file and it fit nice and tight. Have had absolutely no failures with it at all, the only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is that I think the loading procedure could be changed, but it does load in about a minute once u get used to the process, but a minute seems like forever when it can be emptied in 5 seconds."
5.0 5
"I bought this and have fired approximately 50 rifled slugs and turkey loads through it with no problems. I had to fit it just like the instructions said and it\uFFFDs the best mag for my Saiga 12. There\uFFFDs no play in it when it\uFFFDs in the gun. The shells do make some noise sliding back and forth, but I just got it for plinking and it\uFFFDs a blast. I haven\uFFFDt used it for birdshot yet, but that\uFFFDs because I haven\uFFFDt had time to tweak my Saiga\uFFFDss gas system. I recommend it over box magazines; it\uFFFDs shorter than my 12 rounders."
5.0 5
"Need some fitting as in instrutions, but it only took 5 minutes and that was hunting out a nail file. I first shot 20 rifled slugs and it ran flawlessly. I have since used around 150 shells in it. The load assist lever doesn't seem to help very much, but I have no trouble just depressing the round by hand and putting in a new one. It fit low brass birdshot and slugs with no issues, it's the best mag I have for my saiga! Great price too!"
4.0 5
"Got this for a DDI 12, at first it didn't really work at all, single shot and having to manually work the action. Taking it apart and winding the spring up 3 or 4 more rotations(don't remember exactly how many) It seems to work pretty much flawlessly. The load assist handle is honestly useless, its much easier to just push the rounds down normally it would be better to just not include it to reduce weight and cost."