Originally Posted by mjkeat
So you really feel that way or are you just trying to get people worked up?
I really feel that way. I used to carry an A2 and often had to hit the ground in a hurry. I was always cautious of not letting my GI mags hit the ground while doing this because I did not trust the light gauge metal. Don't see how I could be comfortable with plastic?
I'm sure plastic mags are ok for range use but when things get ugly, guns get dropped, or fallen upon, used as clubs, ect...
I like metal mags because they never failed me under harsh conditions. They're proven.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
My .02 cents