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MKA-1919 Shotgun Magazine 12 Gauge 2 3/4" 3" 10 Rounds Black Polymer and Steel MK10-BL

 
Russian American Armory Co.
MK10-BL
852140004093
2-MGRAAMK10-BL
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From the same manufacturer as the MKA 1919, you can purchase a full size 10 round magazine for the MKA1919 semi auto shotgun. This replacement, factory magazine holds ten 2-3/4" or 3" 12 gauge shells. They are of metal construction with steel feed lips, and tested with a zero failure rate.

Specifications and Features
Factory MKA 1919 magazine
Bolt hold open
Steel feed lips
2-3/4 or 3" shells
Solid lightweight construction
Made in Turkey

 
Total number of Reviews: 4

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1.0 5
"I was ecstatic to find a 10rd mag for my 1919 because it is used for home defense. Not much of a defense when the mag won't allow the next round to load. After working on that problem and getting the rounds to cycle through properly I found that after each shot the mag would fall out of the weapon. I will try filing down the flange as r.lighter suggests, but am in complete agreement that for $80 it should need ZERO adjustments!"
1.0 5
"This mag looks very cool in the MKA1919 but every time I fire a round it falls out. I love Cheaper-than-Dirt.com and they let me return it with full refund. So I highly recommend Cheaper-than-dirt but not this 10 round mag. The 5 round mags work great but not this one."
4.0 5
"I received the 10rd mag was shock how well built it wasI place the mag into my mka 1919 and notice that the mag can be pulled out without pressing the mag release. .I went to you tube and saw a video on where and how to file it down took only 22 seconds and now the mag fits great will order more"
4.0 5
"After a little filing works great The only problem I had was the spring was stickng on me in temperatures under 10 degrees but that could be due to it not being broke in"