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I've been looking hard at the Lage MAX-31 mk2 upper. Anybody have any experience with them? Also anybody know of a good place to pick up Suomi drum mags at a good price?

The M11/9 just isn't very useful as is. 

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I have 2 lage uppers for my m10, best upgrades possible.  Buy them and don’t look back.  Takes it from a bullet hose to a useable weapon you can actually hit stuff with.  I have the 10/9 and the max 31 upper.   I bought a bunch of suomi drums and coffin mags off gunbroker.   Be prepared to spend some money on mags, as price has increased on those mags since Lage came up with these uppers.  I have a bunch of these mags and really only use a couple.   If you buy an upper, hit me up and I’ll see about selling you 1.  

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Richard Lage us a super nice guy who stands behind his product.

The closed-bolt version of the MAX-31 had some issues with shooters at subgun matches.  

The 36rd suomi and Swedish K mags are well made and extremely reliable.  The drums are OK and very slow to reload, but lots of fun.

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Lage made them in both open-bolt and closed-bolt models for the m11/9 smg.  The closed-bolt submachine guns are a different class for subgun competitions.  Having a separate closed-bolt upper let's the owner of an M11/9 shoot in both classes with one gun.

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Ive not kept up with them but echo what the other guys here said...I had the original Lage on my M11/9...made that gun go from turd to amazing....Richard is a great guy and makes an amazing product.

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On 12/22/2019 at 6:36 PM, my82cam said:

FYI mine is full auto and I know nothing about semi autos in closed bolt.  I assume yours is full auto?

Yes, mine is full-auto.

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Check out Uzitalk. They’ve got a Max 31 9 mm in there classified section for sale and in the parts for sale Lee Tool has the drums. 

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