MADE IN USA!
Made by Csspecs magazines for the Zastava M77 pap sporting rifle.
Weight is 9.5 ounces. Finish is Black Nitride on all parts.
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Posted by PANZERFAUSTL on 19th Dec 2016
MAG FITS PERFECT.FINISH GREAT.FEEDS BETTER THAN THE ONE THAT CAME WITH THE RIFLE.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Jun 2016
Worked 100% flawlessly out of the box in my M77. Great magazine!
Posted by Jay on 10th Jan 2016
I purchased this for a custom project. I own a Romanian PSL chambered .308. All that was available was cheap polymer magazines.
It took some welding and grinding but I achieved a perfect fit and function. The shipping was super fast too. Would definitely purchase again and probably will!
Posted by Paul T. on 7th Jan 2016
I have ordered several mags from you and have been very pleased. Like any firearm and accessories, they will need oiled and cleaned periodically. The M77 mags are a light year beyond the original mag that comes with the rifle. But for $530, we can't expect a well made mag to come with the rifle, let alone two mags, to come with the rifle. Now rifles over $1200, are a different story. I'm not complaining, but what about stainless steel mags? That would be awesome.
.223 Vepr mags would be great too. I just can't say enough great things about your magazines. Thanks.
Posted by George K. on 6th Dec 2015
This was my first order of 10rd mags for the Zastava M77 .308 rifle and I'm quite pleased. Having previously ordered 20 rd mags that fell out unless slightly modified I'm happy to report that these 10rd mags stay put when firing the rifle. They come very well packaged in thick waterproof plastic bags which themselves are wrapped in thick packaging paper. The boxes are well sealed and plenty of crumpled packaging paper is utilized to absorb rough handling during shipping. The finish is of a non-reflective nature and seems more uniformly applied then the original 20rd mags I ordered when they first became available. Upon loading I found that both steel and brass cased .308 rounds loaded easily enough. The 10rd mags locked firmly into my rifle with a distinctive click and the first round loaded with zero difficulty. Upon firing these 10rd mags I found they functioned perfectly with zero issues of any sort. I fully loaded the mags four times and they fed all 40rds to my M77 just fine. One last thing is with these 10rd mags loaded in my rifle the M77 looks slimmer with an overall sleeker appearance then when loaded with the larger 20rd mags. Well done Csspecs.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Dec 2015
The two 10 rd. Mags I bought look sturdy, but haven't been to the range. The Calvery Church closed down our local club range when a bullet was found in their parking lot.
I am Not happy, the finish looked like a "flash Parkerize job" You can see what I'm talking about on this sight when you enlarge the photo of the 10 rd. mag. One mag.also had scratches on it. When you buy a premium mag., it should have a quality finish, just saying. . .
Posted by N.Harris on 27th Sep 2015
This is my 4th time buying mags from csspecs and man what a great product. Wanted to have a few mags for hunting. Have a total of 13 20 round mags and 2 10 round mags. Gotta love it. Thanks csspecs. Keep up the great work
Posted by Hans on 31st Aug 2015
If you have an M77 you need these mags. I got the 20 rounders first, but really needed the 10 round size for shooting off the bench. All I can say is OUTSTANDING!!!!! There is no comparison at all to the supplied factory mag. W/O CSSPECs this new M77 would be just a wall hanging waste of money. Now to save up for the new VEPR 308 mags based on this new design. These mags are NICE!!!
God Bless CSSPECS and America too!!!
Posted by Unknown on 30th Aug 2015
Received my 10 round mag the other day. It arrived quickly after ordering and was packaged well. It seemed to be sturdy and well made and fit firmly into the rifle, no complaints so far. I own an original M77 from the 80's and immediately noticed the difference between this new mag and the original which by the way functions flawlessly. At the range the new mag worked perfectly as far feeding and ejecting, not one failure. I was very pleaded until I picked up the spent cartridges and noticed a small dimple in the shoulder area of the shell. I was using brass cased ammo and wanted to keep them for reloading. This dimple later became a crease in the center of the case. Perhaps this problem is unique to my gun but my original mag does not do this. If you don't reload or use steel cased ammo then this is a non issue
Posted by John E. on 26th Aug 2015
So happy to have more mags.....lock in nice and tight...better than original mags. THANKS Csspecs!!
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