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Thread: Zastava M90 (Z90?) polymer mags have serious wobble but steel magazines are perfect

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    I tried these four magazines in my M21S. I've only tried the left two Zastava factory magazines in my M90/95's and M85's, but I'm sure the AC-Unity and PufGun magazines will work 100% in them as well.



    The price of the AC-Unity magazines is $14 each and they run. Sure, they don't feel as solid as the metal Zastava magazines, but $40 to $50 each for them is just a rip.
    https://www.robertrtg.com/store/pc/A...NITY-p7087.htm

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    Recorded my first 100 rounds and my thoughts. Had one minor issue but so far so good. Please excuse my goofing around with iMovie

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    I've had failure to ignite a few times with x39. In 20 years I can count maybe 2 or 3 times but each time the primer was seated too far in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    I've had failure to ignite a few times with x39. In 20 years I can count maybe 2 or 3 times but each time the primer was seated too far in

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    I had that happen with a 5.45 round too I think. Round was only lightly dimpled and subsequent re-chamberings and attempts to fire failed. Gun cycled through the rest of the mag fine. I figured at the time the primer was set just slightly too deeply.

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