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ProMag Saiga 308 Magazine .308 Winchester 24 Rounds Polymer Black Finish SAI-A5

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The ProMag Saiga 308 Magazine is the perfect aftermarket magazine for your rifle. This magazine is for .308 Winchester and holds 24 rounds of ammunition. It is made of polymer and comes in a black finish. Expertly machined for exceptional quality and guaranteed to feed and function for every shot. ProMag magazines include a lifetime guarantee, if you ever have a problem with their magazines; simply return them to ProMag for replacement.

Specifications and Features:
Saiga 308 Magazine
.308 Winchester
24 Rounds
Black Finish

Item#: MAG-428-039
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"First off, it fits 28 rounds in it. Most people will find this favorable but I thought it was a bit odd they mark it as a 24 rd mag. The magazine is crazy long as well so I don't recommend it for hunting. I also won't take it hunting because its too long and big to be carried on my belt. It also catches the bolt when the magazine is empty, it appears to not be designed to do that and I'm sure the follower will wear down and it will stop doing that. Other than that it works great and looks sweet."
4.0 5
"Good magazine, fit ok out of the box, a small amount of filing made it fit perfectly. Feeds well, no issues thus far, only complaint is that the base plate is loose and slides backwards, the base plate is also a bit bulky but just only affects the aesthetics, for the price I can't really complain."
5.0 5
"I've got eight of these magazines for my Saiga 308 that I converted into a Bullpup configuration. Every magazine performs flawlessly. I've never had one misfeed with one of them yet. I highly recommend these magazines. Although, I do not recommend them for hunting as the length hanging out the bottom of the rifle can be rather cumbersome, not to mention the extra weight."