ProMag AK-47 7.62x39mm 40rd Black Polymer Magazine AK-A19

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ProMag AK-47 7.62x39mm 40rd Black Polymer Magazine AK-A19

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SKU: 31332
UPC: 708279011023
MFR#: AK-A19
ProMag AK-47 7.62x39mm 40rd Black Polymer Magazine AK-A19

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A 40-rd magazine for most Kalashnikov AK-47 pattern firearms chambered in 7.62x39mm. The magazine body and follower are constructed of a proprietary DuPont® Zytel™ based polymer to ensure a long service life. The springs are made from heat treated Chrome-silicon wire for increased reliability and smooth feeding.


****Not for SAIGA rifles/carbines****

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Will they fit a jra A.k-65 7.62x39?
Bullet on Jul 16, 2018

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Surprising inexpensive magazine
For several years at the range I would preload several 30 round Pro Mags which are........fully functional range mags. In fact as the years passed I realized that despite some negative reviews I had read I had never had a single issue with a Pro Mag 30 rounder. No there is no steel reinforcement at the feedlips but despite that I had several magazines that had probably had several hundred rounds run through them the vast majority being steel cased Russian 7.62X39.
One day my Son and a friend of his came over with my Sons Arsenal AK and his friend had some Century P.O.S. that had a 40 round Pro Magazine. I didn't even know Pro Mag made a 40 round mag. My Sons friend used it my Son used it and I tried it.......nobody had any issues.
True a good part of the "success" of the Pro Mag lies with the nature of the rifle. They are not mag finicky rifles....or anything finicky rifles. They run dirty dry over lubed.....they just go "bang" every time you pull the trigger and a high quality AK with a good aftermarket trigger such as the Red Star adjustable can with its CHF chrome lined Steyr barrel match some high end AR's to my personal knowledge match a high end AR at ranges up to 300 yards though the vast majority of such comparisons I have witnessed have been more in the 100-200 yard range. The AK has a rep for being an innacurate rifle that is not necessarily so. There are some junkers out there most American made. Arsenal USA produces not only a fine AK but with their milled SAM7 line true "works of art" that can astound a person by simply dropping in a sub $50 ALG trigger and if open sights are mandatory Williams makes a direct replacement peep set up with a variety of aperatures that turn the crude standard AK sights into marvels. Mount a decent optic on a quality side rail and I personally have seen an SAM7 SF84R outshoot an LWRCI with some Geisselle trigger set up. That was at a mere 100 yards but still.....amazing. And it delivers a round with over twice the delivered energy.
I do enjoy shooting AR's and am on the fence currently about purchasing what PSA calls their Premium rifle with a chrome lined barrel. The problem is you go to Google and look the rifle up and there are claims the "Premium" comes with an FN barrel...what PSA has called a chrome lining with "machine gun qualities". But with PSA's description of the rifle there is no mention of an FN barrel no mention as is definitely mentioned on the rarely in stock uppers that claim FN barrels with "machine gun steel". The gun comes listed as merely having a chrome lined barrel. You send email inquiries and though I know the company is probably overwhelmed by everyones fear of Hellary and their urge to get a type of rifle before that type of rifle might be banned...but sometimes you get a response and sometimes you get nothing.
Back to the Pro Mag. I have always had nothing but success with the 30 round Pro Mag and seeing a 40 rounder at PSA (out of stock of course) I was sure going to give it a try with my limited experience with the only one I have ever seen. The Pro Mag drums work the 30 rounders have worked for me for years with no problems. I might not stake my life on a Pro Mag when I own several Circle 10's......but again after years I have never had any problems whatsoever with a Pro Mag made for an AK platform rifle. I just wish that PSA didn't list so very many potentially great items that are seemingly commonly out of stock.
July 21, 2016

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