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I was searchin around the net for some good sks mags and came across Hitech rifletech ? they sell a 37 rd detachable mag with an adapter to get rid of the bulky forward extemtion im wondering has anyone tried these and are they worth the money ...i also noticed they are having a 20% off sale for a month or so so any timely response would be apreciated

so please anyone with some experience with sks mags help...
 

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I have experience with the best SKS mag ever. It's only 10 rounds, but at least one usually comes with the rifle. If one didn't come with your rifle, you can probably find one sold by some poor soul who uses detachable mags.
 

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If you're looking for higher capacity, you can get a 20rd Chinese box magazine to replace the standard 10rd. But as my sociopathic friend always says, "if ya need more than ten rounds, you should work on your aim."
 

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Stay away from those rifletech mags, they're just a quick way to seperate the unknowledgeable from their cash. Tapco is coming out with a 20rndr. Currently if you're seeking high capacity in an SKS, get a Chinese M or D model. These types use AK magazines. Another option would be to purchase an AK if you just want a cheap high capacity rifle. The ten rounder can be very easy and fast to reload (especially from prone) It takes some practice. I also recommend the use of strippers marked "CHINA" on the back, these are the best ones to get.
 

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i ordered 3 high capacity Hitech mags and they worked perfect in my
yugo rifle! no duckbill sticking out and the adapter fit perfect took all
of 10 minutes to install i just followed the video instructions
they sent me with the
mags piece of cake Thrawn i guess they are for those that want a cadilac not a toyota...
im selling my stock mag to the highest bidder as soon as possible
i go to the range now with a 100 rounds loaded in three mags > shoot
them all and twenty minutes later > scoot!

i hate reloading when its cold and the hitech mags are working perfect
in
michigan at 10 below saves me all that time reloading and my fingers
are still warm when I get back to my car :) If that's not "particularly
suitable for or readily adaptable to sporting purposes" i don't know
what is!
 
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