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Posted: 8/30/2004 7:12:00 PM EST
[Last Edit: 8/30/2004 7:12:00 PM EST by CockedandLocked]
Actually, I need the experts here to point out holes in my mag collection. But there are a few certain ones I know I need to complete my mag collection. They are:

Bosnian 7.62 30rd
Russian Polyany ribbed plum 5.45 45rd
Russian black poly 7.62 30rd
The Bulgarian colored 30rd waffles in 7.62
Chinese odd Type 68 mags 20rd
Romanian 30rd steel 5.45
Tantal 5.45 poly mags
Russian and Bulgarian clear 5.45 and 7.62 mags
Bulgarian Fire brick and brown 5.45 30rd
Finland black Valmet waffle 30rd
Chinese 100rd Norinco drum
Clear 7.62 mag

Here are the ones I have so far:

7.62X39:
Russian Aluminum waffle 30rd
Russian Steel waffle 30rd
Russian steel RPK 40rd
Russian blued slab side 30rd
Russian painted slab side 30rd (looks to match the AKM it was serialized to)
Russian parkarized slab side 30rd
Russian reconditioned parkarized 30rd
Russian ribbed AKM painted 30rd
Russian painted 75rd drum
Russian bakelite Tula 30rd
Russian bakelite Izhevsk 30rd
Bulgarian black poly waffle 30rd
Bulgarian black poly waffle 40rd
Chinese Polytech parkarized ribbed 30rd
Chinese parkarized w/chrome follower 30rd
Chinese Norinco parkarized ribbed 30rd
Chinese Norinco painter ribbed 30rd
Chinese painted 40rd
Chinese Norinko bakelite 30rd
Chinese Norinco 75rd drum
Chinese Type 68 20rd
Czech SA-58
East German ribbed 30rd
East German ribbed 40rd
Hungarian 20rd mag
Polish parkarized ribbed 30rd
Polish black poly 30rd
Romanian parkarized 75rd drum
Romanian 40rd mag
Valmet steel
Valmet green waffle

5.56X45:
East German Steel 30rd
Bulgarian black waffle 30rd
Bulgarian green waffle 30rd
Bulgarian plum waffle 30rd

5.45x39:
Russian Izhevsk plum 30rd
Russian Tula plum 30rd
Russian Izhevsk bakelite 30rd
Russian Tula bakelite 30rd
Russian bakelite shield and star 45rd
Russian Izhevsk black clover leaf 30rd
Bulgarian saddle brown 30rd
Bulgarian circle 10 black 30rd
East German bakelite 30rd
Polish bakelite 30rd

If anyone knows where to get any of the mags on my "need" list please let me know.

I have a few of the new style AK-74 mags in black polymer from the Izhevsk factory (these have a new and odd clover leaf S, G, A, on the opposite side from the triangle and arrow) to trade, and of course there is always cash.

Thanks guys!
pvtpyle45b@yahoo.com

Link Posted: 8/30/2004 3:47:32 PM EST
[Last Edit: 8/30/2004 4:04:48 PM EST by Adena65]
Didn't see Polish steel 5.45x39 anywhere on the list, or Romanian 40 round steel (RPK74). Edit: also missing Norinco and Polytech 5.56 30's. Also the less common Norinco 5.56 40 and Polytech 5.56 drum.

Don't have any to part with, just thought I'd point 'em out. I'm still working on the latter of the two...

Edit: Ohio Rapid Fire has a deal on the Bulgarian 5.45 mags, they've got the brown and red.
Link Posted: 8/30/2004 4:33:15 PM EST
Being a Viet Nam War veteran.......I didn't happen to see the rare "China-Lake" Metal AK47 30-rd magazines that were "booby-traps" for the NVA/VC coming down the "Trail"...these were inserted into web-gear and left on/planted by SOG (and other troops) to mess with their unit moral...not knowing when an AK47 might blow-up in their face. Examples of these surface from time-to time in the US from collctions. A very interesting AK47 magazine to say the least. Stateside examples were Deactivated examples. Just remember, we never did anything like this to poor "Charlie"....
RichardS.
Link Posted: 9/5/2004 12:08:52 PM EST
Also forgot the 40rd bakalite Russian mags, and the 30rd Russian brown waffle mags.
Link Posted: 9/7/2004 3:46:46 PM EST
OK, Who has pics of the rare ones? I need pics to send guys so they know what to look for!

Thanks for all the help though, but you bastages are going to make my wife pretty pissed off at me.
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