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Old 08-29-2013, 12:35 AM   #2361
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Yup that's what I said so I got 2. Total was like 42 bucks. I think it was actually $18.99 each....that's funny because some stores are still selling 20 and 30 rnd pmags for 24.99. I even bought a 42 rnd promag for 14 bucks. Not sure about function but ill try it out for that price and it made in the USA
The 42 round Promags haven't failed me once. I may just be the luckiest person on the planet but it's performed for me this far. I don't think I would toss it around, though. Let's just say it functions if you take care of it. Don't think it would live through a drop above an gnat's shoulder.
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Very nice. I bet your a single guy. I could never afford that with 2 kids and a wife who uses all our ammo
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Very nice. I bet your a single guy. I could never afford that with 2 kids and a wife who uses all our ammo
Thanks! But ha ha! Nope not single.... Been married 10 years with 2 boys! Oldest son will turn September 11th. Took him shooting with my brother for the first time last Saturday. My wife doesn't partake in my shooting festivities.

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Thanks! But ha ha! Nope not single.... Been married 10 years with 2 boys! Oldest son will turn September 11th. Took him shooting with my brother for the first time last Saturday. My wife doesn't partake in my shooting festivities.

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I have thought about getting a WML light by that company. Is that the HSP version? Would you recommend that light you have?
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I have thought about getting a WML light by that company. Is that the HSP version? Would you recommend that light you have?
Yes I would definitely recommend! It is the HSP version so it is momentary only but 200 lumens instead of 125. I love it. I may get a 125 lumen one with the multifunction for my wife's AR. I used to have one HSP WML and one surefire mini scout 300b with sr05 pressure switch and HSP scout mount....now I just have two HSP WML's! haha. It's lighter, more ergonomic, has built in mount and pressure switch, strong & waterproof, and only $110 shipped!! I spent about $450 on the surefire setup that I sold. Not knocking surefire, it was an excellent weapon light but I couldn't justify the price I payed after running the WML. If I were a soldier though I would probably have kept it, but I'm not. Purely my opinion though
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Yes I would definitely recommend! It is the HSP version so it is momentary only but 200 lumens instead of 125. I love it. I may get a 125 lumen one with the multifunction for my wife's AR. I used to have one HSP WML and one surefire mini scout 300b with sr05 pressure switch and HSP scout mount....now I just have two HSP WML's! haha. It's lighter, more ergonomic, has built in mount and pressure switch, strong & waterproof, and only $110 shipped!! I spent about $450 on the surefire setup that I sold. Not knocking surefire, it was an excellent weapon light but I couldn't justify the price I payed after running the WML. If I were a soldier though I would probably have kept it, but I'm not. Purely my opinion though
You guys are killing me! .....I had to order one of those lights! After reading y'all's posts and seeing it on your build I looked them up and just had to have one.
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