A Guide to 5.45x39mm Kalashnikov Magazine Types
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    A Guide to 5.45x39mm Kalashnikov Magazine Types

    FINISHED AT LAST!!

    This has been several months in the making; hope you all find it useful!

    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/shoote...mag_guide.html
    -Shooter
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    Very nice, mind if I link my sites over to it?

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    Excellent page man!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47dood
    Very nice, mind if I link my sites over to it?
    Go right ahead! In fact, send me a link to your site(s) and I'll start a link section at the bottom of the page.
    -Shooter
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    Fantastic! Finally found out one of my mags is. A Romanian rare 30rd. Got 2 of those babys! Do you mind if I post this on some other sites?
    Buy It Cheap!
    Stack It Deep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by recon
    Fantastic! Finally found out one of my mags is. A Romanian rare 30rd.
    If my Guide helps even one AK nut, all the work was worth it.

    The Romanian steel mags seem to be some of the most misidentified; lotta folks either think they're Polish, or just have no idea. Heck, Oleg @ Rusmilitary didn't even know what he had until I told him! The description on his web site still just lists the mags as "Eastern Bloc" though...

    Do you mind if I post this on some other sites?
    Go right ahead.
    -Shooter
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    Wonderful stuff- Thanks

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    Great site! Thanks for your efforts.
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    Great job Shooter,this one deserves a sticky!
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    Looks good, though only thing I have to really add is that there are two types of Russian true black poly...

    Earlier version uses a larger logo, and the plastic is a bit different..

    Later version is smaller, and the plastic is just like any western plastic...

    Also, some of the Tula bakelite 30rd mags are identical in color to E.German.. Many of the ones I have bought here in Germany actually came in E.German mag pouch sets, mixed in with standard E.German mags.

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    Guide has been updated with a pic of the Tula bakelite 30rd type, and a description and pic of Romanian proof marks.
    -Shooter
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    THat tula looks vaguely familiar?????????

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    Lots of GREAT info!
    Thanks

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    I have an AK type mag with a big fleur de lys on the side. Any idea of origin? ***Got my answer, only had to look one more page further.

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    Updated the Guide to include Romanian 5rd double-stack steel, and Bulgarian Code 25 (Optico Electron) firebrick red. Pics to be added shortly.
    -Shooter
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