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Old 02-10-2010, 07:52 PM   #21
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I have pmag and tapco. both sweeet

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Old 02-16-2010, 08:59 PM   #22
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I run the lancer l5s and they seem to be the best poly mags ive ran yet.

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Old 02-25-2010, 05:18 AM   #23
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I just recently picked up a couple FDE Pmags from Midway for $14.20 each. I've had no issues with my other Pmags and decided to build my M4gery in FDE, so Magpul parts are all over it.

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best (cheap) mag i have ever tried full/semiauto besides beta...was C products 6.95 @ aimsurplus..i noticed they went up a buck?chrome silicone spring,black teflon coated finish,and anti-tilt follower... they are not polymer,(polymer feels & looks cheap)even though its not..i would stick with aluminum but hey..thats just me

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Started with metal mags and built to Bushy specs with a change in spings and non tilt followers. No longer use or buy metalic mags, but use P Mags exclusively. Heavy tested by an outside source, they out last wear, drop, mud, sand, or whatever you throw at them including temperatures and being run over by a truck. Metal fail quickly in many of the tests, all fail with repeat extreames. P Mags are my choice, and I use both the plain and windowed.

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I picked up 4 pmags from midwayusa for something like $8.50 ea.

Seen them in a gun shop local here that has them for $8.99 each I am going to start buying them from there. maybe 2 a month for a few months.

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Old 03-05-2010, 06:46 PM   #27
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If you guys are finding MAGPUL poly-mags for $8.50, that is definitely a steal.

The lowest I think I've ever seen the poly-mags WITHOUT the viewing window, is $10.99. With the viewing window, they were $14.99. But I haven't seen them that low since before Obama.

Good find, and great buy if you can get them for that price.

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I just paid $17.50-$21.50 for p-mags directly from Magpul so that's REALLY a steal......IF they're Magpul like Slo said.

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