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Also around the same price from cheaperthandirt, did I miss something all last year I was looking for drums and now they apeer out of noware at half what they where before?
 

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no drum mags for us in NY ... unless they pre-ban ... and if that's the case then expect the price to double!
 

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Also around the same price from cheaperthandirt, did I miss something all last year I was looking for drums and now they apeer out of noware at half what they where before?
It is because there are the new Romanian load from the back Chinese style drums that are available now ;)

Supposedly there are Korean ones out there as well.

As a NY'r these are about near impossible to find pre-ban as AK stated above me. Nothing but 30's for this guy ;)
 
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anyone used those weird looking 75 round magazines? they're cheaper- how are those?
 

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If I had a real AK-47 or a real AKM, a drum would be a wonderful thing. For a semi-auto, just can't see the point. 500 rounds for the price of one, even the reduced price. :rolleyes:
 

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some people like to bump fire... others like to slam fire

 
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anyone used those weird looking 75 round magazines? they're cheaper- how are those?

I don't recall seeing them for sale anywhere, but I never really wanted one. Just too goofy looking and cumbersome,IMO. I think it would be much more practical to just tape two 40-rounders together. ;)
 

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no drum mags for us in NY ... unless they pre-ban ... and if that's the case then expect the price to double!
Virtually anything in surplus form is pre-ban. Even If your buy "offical" pre-ban stuff from a local gun shop. The burden of proof is on you. Virtually all pre-ban items are difficult to prove they were imported before 1994. Some stuff has ID on it, some doesn't. The items with few issues are serial numbered items.


Local gun shops buy these things from out of state for beans like everyone else does. They drag it over here, and wowwie it's pre-ban now for 3x the price. Some gun shops are making more money from selling a few AR mags then selling the gun.
 
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