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Posted: 10/31/2002 8:48:44 AM EDT
Is there a source for reliably functioning mags (or new followers?)that hold at least 10 rounds?  The standard 5.56 mags don't work all that great for me if they get loaded much past 5 rounds.  I have a bunch of that hollow-point ammunition and the tip of the bullet seems to get snagged when feeding.  Thanks.
Link Posted: 10/31/2002 7:47:19 PM EDT
I personally just have the USA mags that I tinkered with and some Gtechs that are all 30 rounders but don't know a source.
I've heard the DPMS 10 rounders work good but haven't tried them myself.  Here's a link:
www.midwayusa.com/rewriteaproduct/999134
Here is my setup for 7.62x39 on registered receiver Colt614
Link Posted: 11/1/2002 7:14:34 AM EDT
The solution for me is the ProMag ten rounder.   You can find high cap. mags for AR15s in 7.62x39, but they all seem to be junk.  As you know, a .556 mag doesn't work well at all.  Three or four rounds max.  I think you will find the fit and function of the ProMag 10 rounder in 7.62x39 to be perfect and will serve you needs quite well.

Link Posted: 11/4/2002 8:32:28 PM EDT
It may be useless,but the GTecks are the BEST 7.62X39 mag ever made for the AR15..I have had 2-AR's in 7.62X39,luckly I was able to find and buy the GTechs,some of mine loaded 35 to 37rnds,and didn't miss a beat..You are really going to have to Hunt for these,but if you ever find 1 or more,don't snooze,buy them.. By the way,(THAT IS 1 BAD UNIT YOU HAVE ,FULL AUTO..YEOW!!)
Link Posted: 1/2/2003 9:03:36 AM EDT
I purchased a 10 round mag from DPMS by way of Midway (about $15.00) and it functioned well.  I put about 70 rounds through it (10 at a time of course) with no mag problems.  
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