What is the best AK-47 magazine?

What is the best AK-47 magazine?

What is the best AK-47 magazine?

Best AK Magazines

  • Magpul PMAG. The Magpul brand AK magazines are the best American attempt at creating AK magazines as far as I’m concerned.
  • TAPCO.
  • ProMag.
  • KCI Gen 2 AK Magazines.
  • KCI 75-Round Drum Magazine.
  • KCI 5.45×39 Drum.
  • The Bulgarian Monsters.
  • Zastava (Yugoslavian)

Are all AK-47 magazines interchangeable?

The AK-47 fires the original 7.62×39 round. The AK-74 fires the 5.45×39 round—the current caliber used by the states of the former Soviet Union. Because of the caliber difference, the magazines for the two rifles are different and not interchangeable.

What magazine does AK47 use?

ProMag AKA1 AK-47 7.62X39mm 30 Round Polymer Black Finish Promag 308 7.62x39mm, 30rd magazine fits most common variants of the kalashnikov in 7.62x39mm.

Are Pmags good for AK?

Lightweight, affordable, and built from the same high-strength polymer as the AR-15 magazines that built the company’s name, the AK PMAG is ideal for modern AK enthusiasts. Especially those that wish to purchase a dozen or so and run them hard.

Are Bulgarian mags good?

Among experienced shooters, Bulgarian polymer magazines are considered top-of-the-line, and even surplus Bulgarian steel magazines can be highly sought-after. Bulgarian polymer mags feature a simple, slab-sided design with metal-lined feed lips and inserts that go down for up to 13 rounds.

Do AK-47 mags work in AK 74?

Just a quick simple question. Will 47 mags go into a 74 receiver? Yes, with airsoft rifles there is no real difference between any ak of any model in regards to the magwell.

Can you shoot an AK without the dust cover?

In short, they show that the AK weapon system can be operated without the dust cover and more interestingly, without the recoil spring (with some risk that the bolt will come off the rails and hit you).

What are bakelite mags made of?

24 kg (0.53 lb) empty and are often mistakenly identified as being made of Bakelite (a phenolic resin), but were actually fabricated from two-parts of AG-S4 molding compound (a glass-reinforced phenol-formaldehyde binder impregnated composite), assembled using an epoxy resin adhesive.