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15 rd magazines for zastava pap

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Your kind of stuck now. The PAP is a single stack clone, so the best (at least from what I used and found) you can do is get 10rders. You might want to look into a double stack in the future, much easier to get mags and is better all around. The PAP is fun though, I used to have one.

 

I will try and find a couple links and post them.

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Your kind of stuck now. The PAP is a single stack clone, so the best (at least from what I used and found) you can do is get 10rders. You might want to look into a double stack in the future, much easier to get mags and is better all around. The PAP is fun though, I used to have one.

 

I will try and find a couple links and post them.

 

thanks..... yea my friend was telling me something like that.... if im stuck with 10 rounders then i guess ill have to buy a bunch.... cant wait to shoot it....

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I believe you need the Romanian-type mags. WASR mags will fit the PAP, some might have a little wobble while others will be tight.

 

Check these out:

 

http://tickbitesupply.com/akmag.html

 

http://www.ammoclip.com/A/ak47_single_stack.htm

 

http://www.ak47world.com/mags.html (scroll down 1/4-1/2 way)

 

https://www.buymilsurp.com/magazine-wasr10-single-stack-10-round-romanian-p-6086.html

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You can send your PAP to http://www.MyGunsNorthwest.com ...His name is matt Yeamans, and he can open the mag well, enlarge the front trunion opening and make that PAP take double stack mags, which are easier and cheaper, plus there are 15 rounders out there....

 

cool ill look into that.... out of curiousity how come they made it not to accept double stacks?

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Just as others have said...you're stuck with the single stack 10 rounders. There's TWO downfalls to these mags. One being the limited capacity. Two being single stack takes more effort to load than double stack. Try and find out how much it costs to have the mag well opened up by the person suggested. If it's not cost effective, I'd look into selling the rifle and buying one in a double stack platform.

 

Maybe we could keep the dick-swinging to a minimum :p

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