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Posted: 6/25/2018 5:09:04 AM EDT
Got a bunch of AK/AKM mags here in Astan. Red painted ones were designated for range use or to ID that they belong to my armory. Here are 5 different types with pictures. I do know about the far right one being early pattern Soviet. Not seeing that many drums or 40 rd RPK mags compared to Iraq. Thanks for the help.

Side view
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Spine view
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Top view of followers. Couple with BHO designs.
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CD
Link Posted: 6/25/2018 8:10:40 AM EDT
the far right one is a russian slabside.
Link Posted: 6/26/2018 3:31:28 PM EDT
From right to left, after the Russian Slabside, you have a Yugoslavian magazine as evidenced by the BHO feature and the two straight stampings at the bottom. Next is a chinese mag, as evidenced by the presence and shape of the BHO follower, as well as the "humpback" spine that does not go all the way to the rear locking lug. Next magazine is most likely Russian, but is difficult to verify without seeing any identifying stampings on the spine or elsewhere. The last mag (tan) is a late polish pattern, judging by the follower and the last indented rib making an inverted "L" shape up by the rear locking lug.
Link Posted: 6/26/2018 10:52:36 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MAC21500:
From right to left, after the Russian Slabside, you have a Yugoslavian magazine as evidenced by the BHO feature and the two straight stampings at the bottom. Next is a chinese mag, as evidenced by the presence and shape of the BHO follower, as well as the "humpback" spine that does not go all the way to the rear locking lug. Next magazine is most likely Russian, but is difficult to verify without seeing any identifying stampings on the spine or elsewhere. The last mag (tan) is a late polish pattern, judging by the follower and the last indented rib making an inverted "L" shape up by the rear locking lug.
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Thank you

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