actually 1952 Sniper... but i believe that rifle there takes a Single Stack magazine, not the double stacked AK mag. so the AK stuff will not work. that is unless the site that i was looking at is different from the one that you were. here let me dig around and see if i have the link to teh company, that i believe you to be speaking of. ok here we go:
it IS an AK mag, but it IS Single Stack. all the AK's/Mak90's that i ever owned took staggered/double stack magazine. did they make sufficient amounts of highcap single stack mags?heres a few quotes for those interested:
Why use the Enfield No. 4 as a donor?
The Enfield is reasonably inexpensive as a donor gun, it has a strong and well proven action, and comes equipped with the correct bore diameter for a proper conversion. It also has a factory detachable magazine, so converting to the AK Mag. is simple.
Why not use another gun, like a Mosin-Nagant or Persian Mauser?
Those guns are more difficult to do, and would end up being more expensive. The Mosin-Nagant has no magazine well, the Mauser has the wrong bore diameter. Besides, I like Enfield's!
Aren't you destroying valuable collector guns?
No, the guns we convert have little or no collector value. They are usually sourced from foreign military surplus, they have been "FTR" and then sold to third world countries by the shipload.
I have a personal collection of original Enfield's, if I ever get any collector grade guns I will set them aside and resell them as such.
Why is the converted Enfield more accurate than an SKS or AK-47?
Mostly due to the bolt action, heavier and strait barrel (you should see an AK barrel rotated between centers, they are curved!), and our careful setting of head space. The better fitting stocks do not hurt either.
What made you decide that there is a market for these guns?
We have a retail gun store, several customers have come in looking for a bolt action rifle in 7.62x39. The only guns available were Ruger® and CZ® rifles, with a retail price around $500-$550 ea.
These prices defeated the purpose of many of the customers, they wanted a gun that was inexpensive to buy, accurate, cheap to shoot, in a center fire caliber suitable for deer hunting, and which also used detachable magazines.
Can I change my gun back to .303 British?
No. The receiver is unmodified, but the barrel alteration is permanent.
How powerful is 7.62x39, how far can I shoot accurately with the converted gun?
The 7.62x39 is very similar to 30-30 Winchester®, it is excellent on game up to deer size, it is very accurate to 150 yards, and reasonably accurate to 300 yards. It will reach much further, but hitting a target at long range will take more practice.
Can I put a scope on my Enfield K?
All standard Enfield accessories will work with the "K". We suggest a 2.5-8, 4X or 6X scope in 32-40mm objective lens.
What magazines fit the Enfield K?
We use the Romanian AK single stack mags. 5 and 10 rounds mags fit, due to the varied size and quality of the mags some minor adjustment is sometimes required. These mags are readily available for $5-$15 each at this time.
Why not use the 30 rd. double stack AK mags, or a 100 rd. drum, that would be cool!
That is possible, we built one action that used a 30 rd. mag as an experiment. But we were not comfortable with the amount of metal that had to be milled away from the receiver in order for the magazine to sit high enough for reliable feeding.
That machining was also very time consuming. Many states also limit hunters to a 5 rd. magazines, others have bans on magazines holding over ten rounds.
Using 5 or 10 rd. mags saves us from having to keep track of which states allow the mags we want to supply with each gun.
Are you planning to make the Enfield K in any other caliber's?
No. Most other caliber's use the wrong diameter bullet, and there are plenty of guns available in those caliber's.
What scope mount works best?
There are several scope mounts available, but most of the "No-Drill, No Tap" mounts are not steady enough for our standards.
The "William's"® #71 scope mount screws directly to the receiver, it is very solid, and allows the scope to be used as a "Quick Detachable" type so that scopes may be interchanged, or iron sights may be used if desired.
Is the completed conversion still a C&R gun?
Under our understanding of the law it is not. However, if a customer sends us their own gun for modification the conversion is only Gunsmithing, and the gun can be returned directly to the sender.