This item consists of one used surplus magazine in overall good condition.
If you look at pictures the Mag you will receive is marked 1. I ran out of the ones that dont have notches and the m70 mags are under a different SKU part number.
1. M64, It has a m64 notch cut out of the side of the magazine. The follower has a hole in it. The m64 magazine is designed for the M64 which has an internal bolt hold open. The M64 magazine will fit my m70's but the bolt will slam into follower and gouge into it. Why, because its an m64 magazine in an m70.lol It may work for a while but I assume it will eventually wreck the follower, end up jamming up last round, if you use an m64 mag in an m70. M64 has internal bolt hold open mechanism. If you want to use a notched m64 mag or a un notched m64 mag in a M70 or any other Ak variant: One, firearm has to have proper notched safety selector to hold bolt open, whoever shoots it needs to know how to operate the bolt hold open, or bolt will slam shut when mag is removed, the follower in a M64 mag, would need to be replaced with a M70 follower for it to function properly in a Yugo M70 or most Ak variants.
Basically all the yugo mags if put in correct model will hold the bolt open. If you put a prisitine looking m64 follower and run it in any other ak or yugo m70, the bolt will likely gouge the heck out of the follower.
These mags are dirty and greasy. Some are packed in heavy grease.
Sold as is.
25-50% blue remaining, stocks marred (several dings in wood) bores slightly worn and dark, no corrosion that will interfere with proper functioning. Complete and in working condition.
It's likely possible to take yugo M64 notched Magazine, remove the follower and install a M70 follower for proper function in a yugo M70 with notched safety lever, provide person using it knows how to use it properly. if not, the bolt will slam shut when the magazine is removed.
Another thing**** A yugo magazine, the follower goes all the way up to feed lips, that's why if you use a m64 mag in a M70 or AKM rifle the bolt slams into the follower and holding it back, but can also damage follower.
Standard AK mags, have dimples that hold the follower down, so the bolt slams shut on last round on empty mag. Standard on most Ak rifles.
If you compare a yugo mag to standard ak mag side by side looking at the followers you will notice the difference. the yugo follower goes up to feed lips, regular ak mag, stops at dimples.
If you use bolt hold open mags and your rifle isn't set up for bolt hold open properly the bolt will slam shut when you remove the magazine, unless you have proper safety selector(notched), installed and everyone who shoots it engages that lever properly when removing magazine.