AK74 Magazine Polish V-Project *In Stock*

Price: $15.99
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*Warning* don't try this at home with your current AK magazines. Especially your steel reinforced magazines!


These are some of the strongest/lightest magazines we have ever received weighing in at only 5.4 ounces. Throw them from extreme heights or run them over repetitively with a 2 1/2 ton Deuce on concrete and they are still in the fight! Using an advanced polycarbonate blend along with a high strength spring, a modernized Military Arms Factory in Poland has produced some of the best AK magazines to date. Don't be fooled by the look of these magazines because they have no affiliation with previous low quality Polish magazines sold on the US Market that look similar. We requested the widely known circle 11 to proudly display the Polish origin although these are produced by an entirely new Polish MFG. Best of all is the price

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Alex (Az) 8/13/2018 7:50 AM
Bought two to try out. 1 works. 1 won't feed properly. Both lock in nicely with little wiggle.
absolutely perfect
th (ohio) 12/2/2017 4:34 AM
anyone who says these mags have slop or wobble is poorly informed and ignorant. they are using them in their junk out of spec century guns. i didnt have to file or fit this mag to anything. right out of the shipping box, these mags do not have any wobble what so ever in an in spec receiver. i just built my ak105 on a "recreator receiver", these mags fit so well, that im going to order a few more. the lock is so solid side to side and up/down. these mags fit all my other ak74 guns perfect as well. they cycle just as they are suppose to. not 1 issue period! dont pay attention to the ignorant people who say otherwise as they are totally wrong in every way shape and form.
Good Mag
Brandon (Falmouth KY) 10/21/2015 8:00 AM
I ordered one to try it out. Fits well in all my ak74 variants including the cetury tantal I have. Testing fit between military metal mags and this one show the amount of free play in the mag well is almost identical. Floor plates are the same as military ones, maybe a hair thicker even. No feeding issues out of a variety of 74s. I'd say it's just as reliable as any surplus mag I've used.
Range Mag
Andrew (Cripple Creek) 3/27/2015 10:51 AM
Whomever adjusted your magazine latch for fitment must have used a Tapco mag which has an oversized locking lug. These fit into our Saiga and Vepr Conversions nice and tight and we have zero wobble or feeding issues. When we fit Tapco mags for our rifles we always adjust the rifles for surplus mags and file the Tapco mags down that are included in the rifle box to prevent this from happening when using surplus mags. Easy fix is to replace your trigger guard latch if you have this problem and plan to use overseas produced mags. We always get returns or complaints on the Tapco mags since they are oversized and no one wants to file on them so these were done to exact specifications.
Range mag at best
Brett (Louisville) 3/24/2015 11:21 AM
These mags look good, that's about it. They are thin, and the floor plate bends easily when dropped. The mags feed fine when not touched, but they are very loose. If you push forward or pull back they fail to feed about half the time. It's an AK mag, it should work as well as an AK, but it does not. Two different mags, two different rifles, same result. Surplus mags function 100% of the time in both rifles. I would rather they be thick so they could be filed down, but too loose there is no fix.