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Old 03-18-2013, 06:39 PM   #1
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As anyone had experience with the Plinker Tactical 35 round magazine for the 15/22? I picked up two today for mine at my LGS. I would like to hear from anyone that has compared them to the factory 25 round magazines, and if there are any good or bad things about them. 29.99 each for the mags, thought that was reasonable in a world of craziness.

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Old 03-18-2013, 11:42 PM   #2
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I got 2 myself. I've had no problems with them so far. I've heard some people had a problem with the spring being too stiff and they said to load mag to full cap and let it sit for a few days. Other than that haven't heard anything bad.

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Ohhhh, did you get a load assist? Comes in pretty handy, saves your fingers and they're only like $8

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Thanks..load assist. Next trip I guess.

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I don't own one, but a friend had one one of the days I was at the range and I used it for a while. I had no issues with it, unless you consider shooting to much to fast an issue......I've found that even with the 2 25 rounders I have I tend to go through quite a bit of ammo in a short time, and using the 35 rounder I'm sure that expedites the venture.

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