In a normal world, I would agree. But, in today's world, where $9 magazines are suddenly $40, and who knows if we can even BUY them next week, I'm just curious if others have had the same experience. I don't want to go randomly dremmeling them unless I have a reasonable expectation it might work. But on the other hand, returning them to the online retailer I got them from, which is innundated with orders and can hardly keep up, might just mean I get my money back but an SOL on getting anything that fits in the next decade. I think I'll check at my LGS, see if they can make em fit.
Okay. I understand, makes sense.
If you're determined to try and get them to fit apparently the issue is that with many of those Master Molder AK mags the mag is too large for most AK mag-wells and they grind on the front left and right when the shooter tries to insert the mag.http://prep2survive.blogspot.com/2012/03/i-picked-up-some-new-magazines-this.html?m=1
This is the spot where many of these particular brand of mags grind when the shooter tries to insert the mag.
Using a dremel or a file a little bit at a time the way Regular Guy suggested above and then checking re-fit after each little bit is removed may help. Just remember you can always file more off, you can't add material back to the mag once it's off.