Russian firm PUF GUN — Perfect Units for Guns — released a set of head-turning quad-stack magazines for AK-74-pattern firearms that are starting to make their way into the U.S. These monster “coffin” magazines hold twice as much as a standard mag — 60 rounds of 5.45x39mm.
Designed for competition use the PUF GUN “Four-Row” mags feature a modern polymer construction with reinforcing ribs and added grip texturing for use with gloves. PUF GUN makes them in khaki, sand, olive drab and of course, black.
Loaded quad-stack magazines are a little heavy but empty they only way a fraction more than double-stack magazines. Unloaded these quad-stack mags weigh just under 10 ounces — loaded with 60 rounds of ammo it’s going to be a little over two pounds.
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