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Old 03-02-2013, 06:48 AM   #11
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They put on their facebook page tonight that they would not be selling to LEO's in ban states.
They said they wouldn't until they could set up a program in which the LEO in ban states would have to promise to defend the constitution before purchasing gear. An interesting statement if you ask me.
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If you want to discuss activism by magpul please start a post in the activism section.
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Sorry, but if i was about to do business with a 2A company I would want to make sure their stance wasn't wavering in the face of profits.
That's why I only dropped the line about Magpul and didn't go on a rant. It's then on the purchaser to follow up.
No hijacking intended.
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Hey CTD has 30 rnd pmags in stock if you want to pay $90 EACH.
CTD is just plain dirty. I'd imagine their cost is a lot closer to $8 per than $15. They no longer have any access to my bank account, due a track record and reputation they have earned time and again. Let's just say if some dude named "CheaperThanDirt" was standing in your vicinity, it would be an extremely poor idea to blindly turn your back on him. They clearly have no intention of deserving the business of anyone beyond the most ignorant.


My limit on PMags (or similar...Troy, Lancer, TangoDown, etc) in $19.99. That's the max at which I consider ordering, but I feel a lot better at $15 or so.
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You do realize they are planning on leaving CO because of the recent anti-2nd amendment changes and they are offering CO customers free shipping on any Mags ordered so they can pick some up before the changes?
They have been one of the companies fighting along side of the citizens.
Focus that energy towards the lawmakers.
+1 The company is taking steps with the civ consumer im mind.


It's great they are doing that but I wonder how many of those mags will end up being sold at CTD prices on the FaceBook trader sites and other online places. No good deed goes unpunished and all...

I much prefer the metal GI mags personally. But they (PMag) are decent.
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CTD can fist themselves lol
I got a good laugh out of that. Thanks
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I asked why they are so expensive vs everyone else on their Facebook page. Went back an hour later poof gone.

I will always buy magpul stuff. They are a stand up company.
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Just asking.. Why are they refusing to sell to LEO. they dont make these B/S laws. Most LEO I talk with agree this is B/S.. Just a question, not trying to pisz off people.
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You do realize they are planning on leaving CO because of the recent anti-2nd amendment changes and they are offering CO customers free shipping on any Mags ordered so they can pick some up before the changes?
They have been one of the companies fighting along side of the citizens.
Focus that energy towards the lawmakers.
My thoughts exactly. Support American companies like Magpul!
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CTD is actually paying closer to $7.00 a mag.. I know, a friend of mine that owns a gun store ordered 5000 mags before the school shooting.. and they were 7.14 per mag shipped. Im making a list off all the price raising jack-wagons.. and I will NEVER buy from them again...
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