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Old 10-23-2008, 01:12 PM   #11
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I have never, ever bent the feed lips on an aluminum mag. In my experience, a GI 30 rounder with green follower and good spring (www.sawlesales.com) is had to beat. If you want to spend more for a P-mag, go for it. I'm sure it is a good product. I have 40+ GI 30's set up this way and have ZERO problems.
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I have never, ever bent the feed lips on an aluminum mag. In my experience, a GI 30 rounder with green follower and good spring (www.sawlesales.com) is had to beat. If you want to spend more for a P-mag, go for it. I'm sure it is a good product. I have 40+ GI 30's set up this way and have ZERO problems.
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PMAG's are excellent. One of, if not the best mag out there.
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I have never, ever bent the feed lips on an aluminum mag. In my experience, a GI 30 rounder with green follower and good spring (www.sawlesales.com) is had to beat. If you want to spend more for a P-mag, go for it. I'm sure it is a good product. I have 40+ GI 30's set up this way and have ZERO problems.
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I'm not going to be running out right now and replacing all of my GI mags, but as I buy new mags, they will all be PMAGs.
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Again, all I can say is I have some and I like them a lot. It is a good product.
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