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Good deals on waffle mags?

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by ftw13, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. ftw13

    ftw13

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    anybody know where they're in stock currently?
     
  2. Tech knight

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    Why are specifically looking for waffle magazines? What makes waffle magazines different?
     

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    Waffle mags AKA Circle 10 mags are the closest thing to a pmag in the AK world, they are lighter than steel mags but are still durable and feed well. In the AK world they are often thought to be one of the best mags you can buy, $10 surplus com bloc mags are also well thought of though. Just avoid anything made in the US or commercial export mags (plastic ones without the waffle texture).
     
  5. TexasNativeDRJH

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    I ordered a "Bulgarian" 40 round mag online but it didnt have any waffle texture. Its smooth on the outside but it works fine so far. It has steel reinforcememt around the feed lips.

    What the heck did i get?
     
  6. Tech knight

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    I only see these for the AK74's and not waffle magazines.

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    Are these steel lined? What are the best AK74 magazines? I have some now that are bulgarian used that say 21 on them currently.
     
  7. tx787

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    I don't know where you are looking and/or what you are doing but the link I provided has Waffle Mags per the OP's request and there's a thread on the first page here discussing the best AK mags.
     
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    AK-47: Bulgarian Waffle Mags are excellent mags, steel mags are are also very functional as well.

    AK-74: There are several quality polymer-type mags available on the US market for very cheap. Take advantage!
     
  9. mpow66m

    mpow66m NRA,GOA,SAF

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    anyone know where i can buy 30 rnd mags blocked off for 10 or 15 rnds.US Palm hass them but id rather not pay 34 dollars.
     
  10. BBJones

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    There are lots of places but this is the only one that came to mind.

    http://www.solartactical.com/10-30-MAGS_c22.htm
     
  11. jstevens

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    Copes dist. almost always has the 30 and 40 round Circle 10 mags in stock. About $25 for 30-rounders
     
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    mpow66m NRA,GOA,SAF

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    I buy steel mags from aimsurplus and have been very pleased. I have some circle 10 mags but prefer steel especially for the price.
     
  14. BBJones

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    Check the link again. It has 10/30 AK mags.
     
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    mpow66m NRA,GOA,SAF

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    Checked site,only come in Nato calibers.no ak47:crying:
    Polymer prefered.
     
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