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*Mags go live on 9/22/2023*
Mags cannot be shipped to CA, WA, MD, NY, CO, CT, D.C., MA, NJ, VT, IL, or overseas.
ABSOLUTE MAG LADS
All Mags. All Guts. All Fun.
Solnechnye Zaychiki (Sunshine Rays), also sometimes called Stair Step, and its later derivative Berezhka (Birch), is a Soviet, two-color, 'digital' camouflage pattern used on a variety of camouflage suits and uniforms since its introduction in the late 1970s. Although typically referred to as KLMK, it is actually the name of the one-piece camoflauge suit that featured an early variation of the camo. The pattern is probably best known for its appearance on uniforms used by airborne and Spetsnaz teams during the Soviet-Afghan War. Today there are nearly a dozen variations on the pattern due to commercial production & unit requests such as a winter variant consisting of white and grey.
The unique camouflage featured in Red Dawn (1984) was an approximation of the pattern based on what little reference material and photos of the pattern were available at the time.
The mag themselves are commercial Bulgarian steel reinforced slab side green polymer mags. These are not only great canvases to work on but with their steel reinforced feed lips and front/back locking lugs they make for great all around magazines. Our crew has used these mags in different classes with some choosing to alternate these between their “go to” steel magazines. The artwork is on both the left and right side of the magazine separated by a green front and back spine and finished off with an RD/ABSOLUTE MAG LADS engraved floor plate.
- Made In Bulgaria
- 30 Round Capacity
- Polymer Body
- Steel Feed Lips and Front/ Back Locking Lugs
- 7.6 OZ
*Note that colors may vary due to materials composition. Also magazine designs will start to change color and patina with use. This is caused by the introduction of oils produced by your hands. All magazines will be shipped in a plastic bag once burned for those who want to keep your magazines NIB. The Floor Plates will have some oil on them to prevent oxidation but it is recommended to add some more oil sporadically to prevent further oxidation/ rust depending on your area’s climate.