**This listing is for ONE Magazine. Pictures show multiple to display a variety of conditions
These magazines are sold in *As Is* condition. Grade 4 magazines are magazines whose followers stick or seize up during testing.
These are from our battlefield kits. While complete (all internal parts present), magazines will have one or more of the following:
carvings, notches, dents, dings, chips, scuffs, and/or mild to major finish wear
Visible rusting, interior and exterior.
Follower may stick when depressed.
Feed lips may need to be adjusted.
Dented body requiring adjustment to allow the follower to clear.
NO RETURNS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THESE MAGAZINES.
Bought 5 total, all had stuck followers. 3 were working in just a few minutes after removing a couple small dents. The other 2 had rusted followers, one was salvageable the other I’ll just use for parts. Overall good purchase.
19 of the last 20 worked great after a little finessing. One follower needs to be replaced for proper feeding. Stuck followers and body dents are the usual problems. Some have more wear than others, but look great in all my BFPU AK builds. Good value for the money. Just put in another order for more.
Bought 2 , after removing a couple minor dents and cleaning up some minor rust I have 2 more perfect working magazines.
I think this will be the last time I order these BFPU mags. Over the last couple of orders I have gotten, the majority of the magazines are not repairable/serviceable. The majority of them have swollen/bulged reinforcement plates. The plates swell outward to where the mag cannot be inserted into the mag well and the thinner mag body to bulge inward and wedge against the follower. Attempting to remove the follower often will damage it.
These mags still have a lot of life left in em especially if you want that bfpu look. Some have a really nice patina, some with only minor rust. You do need get the followers to move freely in the magazine bodies but all 10 of my mags ordered are fully functional after taking out the dings in the magazines. Don’t miss this opportunity to get Romanian steel surplus magazines @$9.99 like the good ol days. Cheers from Texas!
With a little cleaning they looked better than some other magazine's in my rotation.