These European Military 30rd Magazines are converted to 10RD for California. They are used and show wear but are in fully operational condition. Expect to see dents, dings, rust, and wear on these magazines because they are straight off the battlefield. These magazines are still checked and guarantied to be functional. They may also have pitting as well.
**NOT SHIPPING TO NEW YORK AND ILLINOIS**
**THE CONVERSION IS PERMANENT AND UNCONVERTING SHOULD NOT BE ATTEMPTED**
with a little bit of clean up, these mags have turned out to be a nice addition to my kit
I am not sure how to write this review, its a bit of a mixed bag. I ordered 12 magazines, out of the 12 most where in very good, clean condition with very few rust spots typically around the locking lug, 3 looked basically unused besides aforementioned rust spots. the problem lies with 2 out of the 12 being non functional. one having, feed lips that where flattened inwards and would not accept cartridge's, and one which has a dent in the body that prevents it from being loaded reliably past 7 rounds.
So overall if your in a restrictive state this is not a bad way to get some solid range mags, just take into account that out of a bundle you may get a few lemons.
As long as you don't mind a little bit of elbow grease to fix up or clean off the ones that are in worse shape these are pretty good deals for decent quality steel mags, 4/6 have been in great shape with minimal surface rust, and little to no dents.
2/6 were pretty rusted up, and had a few dents I needed to fix with pliers or tap with a hammer to straighten out the floorplate ect.
Overall if you don't mind beat up mags, these are great. The bag is pretty mixed but atleast one I've gotten surely had to have been a grade 2 quality, on the other hand I've seen some real rusty ones, but I've had pretty good luck so I recommend em.
Cleaned up pretty nicely. Mine were quite a bit more rusty than the pictures and had pitting, but they are still both functional. This was my first purchase from Arms of America and I was pleased. Thanks you.
Nicer than expected Romanian surplus mag pinned to 10 rounds. Mine seemed more like a Grade 2, with some exterior surface rust present but otherwise good bluing. Clean, rust free internals.
These are in good shape, a little surface rust on one of them, a little finish wear and some eastern European battlefield dirt in all of them. The spring catches on the rivet sometimes and you only get 9 rounds instead of 10, but it's not very often.
Will definitely be ordering mpre.
This was a pretty nice magazine for the money I can’t believe how decent it was I did not expect anything this nice Way to go guys nice product
so far so good