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Old 06-17-2009, 05:25 PM   #1
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Can't find any retailers who sell 100rd 7.62x39 drums anymore.

Who am I missing?

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Old 06-17-2009, 05:43 PM   #2
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You cannot use the under folder with a drum in place. Can't use 40 rounders either. I have not looked lately for AK drums. IMHO they are worthless except on an RPK type.

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AIM Surplus sells Bulgarian 75 rd. drums for $159.95. AT least they did in my Winter 2008 flyer.
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I don't see on AIM. Looked this week earlier as well.

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I don't see on AIM. Looked this week earlier as well.
They must have sold them out last winter - My Brownells AR-15 Catalog lists 90 rd. AR drums - I don't have their regular catalog so I can't check, but you might try them, and then Numrich Arms, actually now they are called GPC (Gun Parts Corporation). Just because AIM doesn't have them in stock doesn't mean they won't be getting anymore - check their website every week! I ended up waiting almost a month to get the ammo I needed - they restock frequently.
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AK47rifle.com: American Tactical Imports (ATI) High Capacity Drum Maga 75 round drum. That ain't cheap! It does say "in stock".
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its still numrich as the cat has that on the binder.I get a new cat about every three yrs.

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canebrake gave me this link hopefully it helps

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