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    Default Re: Saiga .223 bullet guide installation / LM mag conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Hook View Post
    Has anyone stress tested or torture test how reliable this conversion is?

    It makes a good prepper option for SA if it works over the long run
    I did the conversion on my 7,62x39 Saiga and it works on all the different AK47 mags (USA, Russian, Bulgarian, Chinese, steel and polymer) I have. Around 750 rounds no issues.

    When you get the guide make sure it is the correct one for the trunnion shape where it will be installed. 7,62 and 223 guides are not the same and not all trunnions are the same.
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    Default Re: Saiga .223 bullet guide installation / LM mag conversion

    Mine is still functioning 100%. No failures as of yet. The surplus LM/R/Galil mags are much better than the cheaper saiga mags like the PufGun and (shit) ProMag options. Only the original saiga mags are better but for R1000 plus they're just too expensive.

    This is a great prepper option and I hope more people consider this

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