Promag

Discussion in 'Company Review Forum' started by austin92, May 11, 2015.

  1. austin92

    austin92 New Member

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    First I'd like to say I'm using saiga 12 mags from Promag. The 20rd drum works but I've only used it once. I have 2 10 round mags that I use frequently. I shoot clays occasionally with cheap #8 and I think I've put maybe 20-30 00buck through it. These mags aren't abused. About 4 months ago I was loading a mag and I couldn't get the last couple rounds in so I started to unload it and the follower stayed halfway down the mag. Took it apart and the spring was in 10+ pieces. Called Promag and they didn't even hesitate, said four, yes FOUR springs for my one mag were in the mail to me. Well about 4 months go by and no springs show up and my second mag spring falls apart. I plan to call again this week. Probably toss the mags in a drawer somewhere (if I get springs) and pick up some sgm's or those steel 8 rounders I've seen. Side note, anyone have positive feedback on saiga 12 mags? Here's a picture of the worst 40$ I've ever spent. The other one broke in more places than this one

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  2. Mongo

    Mongo Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I haven't had any problems with the 12 guage and the 7.62x39 mags also function perfectly in my Saiga's. I would like to find some of those steel eight round 12 guage you mentioned. Haven't seen any around here. I found the 20 round drum too wide and I was having to reach around it to grip the fore stock. I was able to return it for refund.
     
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  3. austin92

    austin92 New Member

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    Here's the only ones I've found, never held one but online reviews look promising

    http://stores.csspecs.com/saiga-12-gauge-8-round-steel-magazine/