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Daezee

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I have. If I loaded about 5-6 rounds, it worked. If I loaded more, such that the rounds were past the "tower" portion they bound up and wouldn't push against the rounds in the tower. Note: I only tried it once, had the binding, and did not try it further. Don't remember what ammo/bullet/oal of the rounds I tried it with, but it would have been my reloads that function fine in regular mags. IIRC, I could bang on the drum mag to get them unstuck.

PS. Loading .223/5.56 and firing full auto there were no failures to feed.
 

JWlineman

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Not sure.I have a Pmag Drum mag if you want to try it out. Im not rich enough to blow through that much 300 BLK. lol
I shuddered thinking about mag dumping a D60 filled with 300blk. I'm with Daezee, I don't think the rotary mechanism would work right with a larger projectile. Good luck though!
 

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I've heard with the lighter supersonic rounds it works a bit better due to the bullets having a bit more clearance.
 
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