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    Some good looking mags in this thread. I have witnessed/owned a couple firsthand. Thanks for sharing.

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    [QUOTE=Bunker9939;1789036]
    First up is my favorite mag that I own...a rare Tula 7,62x39 30rd АГ-4C dark brown experimental magazine.
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    That brown is super nice. I take it over the green any day
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    WTB Bosnian fleur de lis mag, poor condition 30 round Bakelite mags in 5.45 and 7.62. Have sideslabs and cash!

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    Green Tula 5,45 mm magazine. The Izhevsk 5,56x45 mag used for comparison purposes.











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    bunker that green one is super cool, nice flakes in it. 5.56? what do you think the timeframe is then?






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    20 rounder
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR7.62 View Post
    bunker that green one is super cool, nice flakes in it. 5.56? what do you think the timeframe is then?
    Sorry I misspoke or mistyped...it's actually a 5,45 mag released in small series in the seventies used in premium border AK-74. The stamp is not modern but Tula Arms Factory (TOZ) since 1928 - present. I'll edit to reflect 5,45.
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    Experimental Izhevsk 7,62x39 30 Rd Transparent Magazine. These mags were produced in the 2000s and made of thermoplastic polyamide 6. They come in at least four colors that I know of (red, green, yellow, clear) and they also made them in 5,45 mm. Also, at the time these were used to demonstrate the AK-12. They are very fragile and crack easy. These two mags are owned by a friend of mine.




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    Those modern translucent magazines are also made in purple. Here's mine, I have a green and a purple, have yet to get a clear one. I wasn't aware of any red or yellow ones.

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    A couple of my vityaz magazines while they are probably not rare they are definitely uncommon in the US.

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    One that I wished I owned, and have been unable to find more about.
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    hmm looks like a floor plate that would be on a slabside. other than that... at first i was thinking it looked chinese.
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    A pair of Izhevsk 5,45x39 Green Border magazines (#23 and #1). A different #23 mold was listed already in this thread but the 5,45x39 PV KGB Green Bakelite magazine is the first I've seen. Hand-lettering inscription on both sides of the bakelite. Neither are mine. (Live Journal)




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    Ohhhh myyy gawwwwddddddddd!!!
    WTB:

    Russian Type 1 or 2 parts/kit

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    im not real big on the border guard stuff but that green bake is a-m-a-zing!
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    I'll take a couple for sure!

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