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Twenty round metal magazine that fits saiga .308 rifle. Overall weight 12.3 ounces.
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Posted by PhilinAK on 10th Mar 2017
Perfect service, perfect fit. Shipping was fast & reasonable. The way it is packaged tells a lot about the company. It was packaged like they were shipping a priceless heirloom; wrapped, sealed in plastic and padded. All for a magazine that feels strong enough to drive a truck over. Slipped and clicked right in like it was machined specifically for the gun; no slop, no fight. Will definitely be ordering more from CSS.
Posted by Jason C. on 11th Jan 2017
They look and function perfectly. For new American made mags the price is right on (you get what you pay for). I bought 3 and I'll get more soon.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Dec 2016
I couldn't be more pleased. The shipping was super fast. The magazines were well packaged and protected. Upon opening, I found they were built like tanks. Job well done!
Posted by KoyoteTan on 4th Dec 2016
These magazines are made with a thick gauge of steel, they have a nice finish that is rugged, and they err on the side of more welds to hold them together rather then have too few. The lugs come a little oversized so that you can file off some material in the lugs perfectly to your particular gun making these fit extremely tightly. Cycling in these magazines is as good as it gets for the Saiga 308 without any cycling issues at all. I have six of these magazines and had three of the M77 magazines and I've had no issues from any of those nine magazines. The only criticism that I have for the Saiga 308 is that they are outdated compared to the newer M77 mag design which I think is a slightly better design because it uses a single piece of steel for the feed lips with stamped ribbing for strength, whereas these Saiga 308 mags use two flat plates of steel welded together.
Posted by Oath Keeper - certified LE firearms instructor on 24th Nov 2016
I purchased four of these mags for my Saiga .308 rifle last year. So, I've had plenty of time to test and use them. Construction and finish is first rate. Fit and function, in my rifle, has been perfect. As is human nature, I wish they were cheaper to buy, hell I wish they'd give them to me. That being said, I understand business and making a profit. It's what keeps you in business. Final words, a high quality product from a good company. In today's world, it can be hard to find this combination.
Posted by Craig W. on 20th Nov 2016
i bought 4 of these mags, every one of them falls out of the gun after each fire, if you hold your hand underneath it, it kicks the rear latch out of the mag retention lever and fails to feed. if you hold pressure to force it from falling out it will feed properly, until you get to that last round in the mag, which results in a light primer strike 100% of the time. all 4 mags act exactly the same way. huge waste of money at this price. regret my purchase.
CSSPECS: I sent fitting instructions and instructions for refund process as well.. Please respond.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Nov 2016
I've bought plastic after market mags for my Saiga and they don't feed properly or handle being loaded to capacity at all. I took my csspecs mag out today and perfect performance. No markings on the casings from the bolt like I saw with my other mags.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2016
These are the finest Saiga 308 magazines I have found, and are among the best magazines I own. Easy to file to a perfect fit and they function flawlessly. No wobble or movement. Worth the price. Highly recommend.
Posted by Claud A. on 7th May 2016
I've been buying these since he first started selling them. Even the early magazines were solid - built like tanks.
As time has passed, the design has only improved.
The current Saiga .308 magazines are absolutely the best made - now, or in the past.
Note: both of my Saigas are older EAA imports, and I've never had an issue with magazine seating, but the loose tolerances on Saigas mean, as far as fit, YMMV.
Posted by banyon s. on 8th Dec 2015
Bi far the best mag its well wprth the money there's some out there cheaper like the pro mag but didn't work good for me they just jamed alot the last thing u want it ur gun to jam because u bought a cheap mag very good company to order from i had mag in three days just like they said i would thanka csspecs
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