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TAPCO. AK-47 Intrafuse Magazine 30 Rounds, 7.62x39, Nylon, Orange

 
TAPCO
16648
751348007687
MAG-024-004
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$9.97
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If you are looking for a rugged and reliable AK-47 magazine then look no further, the answer to your question is The TAPCO Intrafuse AK-47 magazine. The TAPCO Intrafuse magazine is constructed from reinforced composite material which is designed to prevent corrosion. A heavy duty spring and anti-tilt follower are used to ensure that every round will feed perfectly. This magazine is designed to fit AK that utilize the 7.62x39 cartridge in a standard double stack configuration. This TAPCO magazine does count as 3 US 922r compliant parts.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: 16648
Caliber: 7.62x39mm
Capacity: 30 Round
Material: Military Grade Glass Filled Nylon
Double Stacked
Heavy Duty Spring
Anti-Tilt follower
Finish: Orange

Fits:
AK-47 models chambered in 7.62x39 that accept double stacked magazines

 

Item#: MAG-024-004
Total number of Reviews: 3

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4.0 5
"Follower needs a little love with some sandpaper"
4.0 5
"Tapco mags are great they hold up well and can take a decent amount of abuse i treat them like my steel mags (knocking them out with another mag, throwing them in the range bag the occasional drop loaded or not, keeping them fully loaded.) Havent had a problem yet the only thing that I can complain about is no steel feed lips or locking tabs but at this price you cant beat it"
4.0 5
"If you have a Rock River Arms LAR-47 these won't fit without modification. You'll need to take some material off from the sides using a bench grinder w/ a fine grit wheel. I'm just talking at the top as they are over-sized for that gun. Once that is done these should work fine. Youtube video that demonstrates the problem but not what to do about it. Why RRA makes a gun that won't take a standard mag is anyone's guess, but taking off material is easier than adding some."