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Hello, just got this mag but had trouble identifying it. It's metal, 5.45 or maybe 5.56 calibre, only marking is serial number, no markings on spine or floor plate. First thought it could be romanian because of the rough weld spots but it has only two horizontal ribs like yugo mags,also finish is mat texture.
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Hi all, here's few additional information that might help. I got this mag alongside one east German black painted bakelite mag. Could this one also be East German, just metal? Also here is few pictures of these two, they appear to have same curvature and this bakelite should be originally for 5.45, yes? Black paint means it was converted for 5.56/223? It has 233 engraved on outside of feed lips. Unfortunately i have no access to 5.45 or 223 live ronds, only have few 223 shellcase and i tried to load them in this metal mag, they fit but not perfectly and obviously they miss tip so... Hope some of this helps, never thought ID it would be such problem haha.
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More I look at it - the more it screams "Kyber Pass".
You mean that this black bakelite could be from kyber pass? I live in croatia, europe so i suspected that these mags are from yugo war in 90's, 5.45 aks were used but in small numbers, apparently they were nicknamed "bonebreaker"
 

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The second mag from the right is an East German Proto/trial mag in my collection. The mold# 01 being on the wrong side, and without a factory mark, are the give away. The Russians also never did the mold number one as a two digit "01", but did it as a "1"..
What is this first mag from right thst has mold number on opposite side? Number 10
 
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