The ProMag Saiga .308 24-round magazine is designed to hold 24 rounds of .308 Winchester ammunition while providing for a continuous feed. As with all ProMag polymer magazines, the Saiga .308 24-round magazine is injection molded and manufactured using only high quality MIL-SPEC polymers to ensure durability. Moreover, because this magazine features a polymer construction, there is no risk of rust or corrosion, which is sometimes associated with the steel-body magazines that are typically seen alongside Kalashnikov-patterned rifles.
With the use of this high capacity magazine, the Saiga 308 rifle becomes more fun at the range. The increased capacity that comes from this magazine also means you can spend more time shooting and less time reloading. Your Saiga-308 begins to transform from a purely hunting rifle to an all-purpose rifle capable of accuracy, hunting, target shooting, and tactical applications.
Note: All Saiga .308 rifles are manufactured to the same general specifications and tolerances, which means that not all Saiga .308 rifles may be identical. As such, it is possible that the ProMag Saiga .308 24-round magazine may require some minor fitting for proper use in your rifle. For your convenience, an instruction booklet that details the required tools and procedures for fitting is provided with all ProMag Saiga magazines. Also note that performing the suggested modifications does not void the manufacturer's lifetime warranty.
|Gun Model||Saiga 308|
|Restrictions||No Sales To Restricted States|
|Returns Accepted||Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used|
These are some really great mags! Don't let the price fool, the fit and function are perfect. They can actually hold 27 rounds and easily feed them all in a smooth manner. If you plan on keeping any loaded, I would suggest 24 or less for the sake of spring life.
These function as good if not better than factory and Surefire ones. The attention to detail lacks a bit like most promag products, but Iit works this time! Here's the kicker, it holds and feeds 27rds and does so more smoothly than the Surefire 25rd mag. Durability is a bit lower as far as wearing out at the locking tabs and feed lips though.
I bought 1 of these to test it and to my surprise, promag pulled a rabbit on this one! Needless to say I bought many more! These hold up to 27rds, and even when overloaded at 27rds they feed smoother than SGM (Surefire) do when loaded with the suggested 25rds. Not only that, the ribs on this mag are smooth enough to be easily removed from mag pouches. You really can't beat the $30-$40 difference in price either!
Believe it or not promag finally hit another nail on the head. I had been blowing up to $60 per mag for Surefire 25rd mags for a while, then I picked one of these up at a gun show. They are like one 3rd the price and I like them better. They work flawlessly, fit in
40rd AK mag pouches sold here, hold up to 27rds, feed great, feel good to the hand, and don't get hung in mag pouches.