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Originally designed sometime in the 1990s, the Saiga-12 is a semi-automatic, 12-gauge shotgun. The Saiga-12, like the Saiga-20 and the Saiga-410, is manufactured in Russia at the Izhevsk Manufacturing Plant, otherwise known as Izhmash. As a Kalashnikov-patterned shotgun, its design is based heavily on the AK-47, both in terms of looks and operation. In other words, the Saiga-12 shotgun is a pretty unique firearm, and a blast to shoot – even more so with a ProMag Saiga-12 12-round drum.
This drum is designed to hold and feed 12 shotgun shells to any Saiga-12 shotgun (12-gauge shotshells that measures 2 3/4 inches in length are compatible with this drum). Boasting a high-impact, super-strength polymer construction with reinforced steel inserts for durability, the ProMag Saiga-12 12-round drum is marked by its abilities to withstand harsh conditions and abuse in the field, putting it miles ahead of the aftermarket competition. All in all, this drum benefits from the performance and reliability you would expect from any factory product and will fit and function in any Saiga-12 shotgun.
Note: All Saiga-12 shotguns are manufactured to the same general specifications and tolerances, but not all Saiga-12 shotguns are identical. As such, it is possible that the ProMag Saiga-12 12-round drum may require some minor fitting for proper use in your shotgun. For your convenience, an instruction booklet that details the required tools and procedures for fitting is provided with all ProMag Saiga-12 12-round drums. Also note that performing the suggested modifications does not void the manufacturer's lifetime warranty.