AK47 7.62x39 30rd Magazine Grade 1/2 Mix Original Military - Mixture of Polish Radom, Yugo, FEG, Russian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, and East German

Item Number: 8605
Price: $18.95
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Original Military surplus AK 7.62x39 magazines are drying up in Europe and the last of our shipments have arrived. These magazines are a mixture from the best Military factories in Europe featuring Polish Radom, FEG Hungarian, Russian, and East German 30rd magazines. These are grade 1/2 mix condition meaning they range from like new to excellent condition.

Eventually everyone is going to be stuck with new production magazines so do not miss your chance to buy original military surplus at a fair price.

We do not hand select types regardless of comments so you will receive whatever shipping places in the box. Everything we have seen at the top is Polish, Hungarian, and or East German but its possible a random magazine from another origin might appear on occasion of equal or higher value such as a Russian, Bulgarian, etc steel surplus 30rd magazine

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Received a worn yugo bho
James (SD) 5/24/2019 11:39 AM
I was disappointed to receive a yugo bho. I just wanted a regular European pattern with the three horizontal lines on the bottom, and no bho, as pictured. There is a separate specific listing for yugo bho magsfor the same price. If that is what I wanted, that is what I would have orderd. Also the bluing was heavily worn and not in excellent condition. Thankfully I only bought one to test the waters first. Buyer beware.
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Justin C (Louisiana) 5/18/2019 12:41 PM
Very happy with order super fast shipping great customer service I ordered 10 magazines and all is unique and from different origins of countries very satisfied from arms of America! Thank you!!
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Drake Dequeant (Wyoming) 10/12/2018 8:48 PM
Bought 20 of these magazines. Most are Hungarian. A couple are romanian. 7 were yugo BHO magazines.
As described
Nick (AR) 6/15/2018 1:37 PM
Ordered a dozen. Four had a little finish wear, mostly from inserting and taking them out. Three were more of a battlefield pick-up with the finish worn off the high parts. The other five were in between. None had any rust. Two were E in double circle Bulgarian, and one was a "02" Hungarian crescent moon man.