I do not want to cut the 30 rd magazines as I want some lower capacity magazines for my AK-74. Does anyone sells the magazine that comes with the Saiga? As I was not able to find an shop online.
Is it now? While I'll agree paying $25 for a 5 or 10 round mag seems silly.hey_hi_its_me_vlad said:its much cheaper to cut up a $10 ak74 mag than buy a $25 saiga mag...
Well I tell ya friend, you may have a couple million 5.45 mags under your ass over in "Rome" but here in the U.S. they got very scarce very fast.Caligula said:
I didnt compare them side by side but I am 99% sure they do... Ive taken apart every magazine I own to clean them and put in US followers, so Ive seen the springs a few times .koldwarkid said:So they used a full sized spring in the 10 rnd-er?
Thank for the link. I called them, min order is $75grandpassage said:
waiting for that VERY momentayfkm said:Wait until they blowout 5.45 spam cans at $107/ea again
I deal with the plastic too, that is why I wanted to buy a low cap magazine and not glue the 30 rds mags.Remy1492 said:waiting for that VERY momentayfkm said:Wait until they blowout 5.45 spam cans at $107/ea again
As tough as epoxies and resins are, in order to make a sure seal you'd need to weld/melt the mag plastic together. Weld-on can do that, as a few other brands Ive used in the plastics industry. But if you can find a way to keep the molecular integrity whole, then go for that, in which case, finding a way not to glue anything, is preferred.