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Old 01-04-2013, 06:33 PM   #1
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Default How to judge a mag?

Because there are so many manufacturers of mags today for the 1911, I would like to propose a new trial.

What criteria should be looked at?

Ease of loading to max capacity?
Appearance?
Ease of ejection (empty and loaded)?
Ease (smoothness) of unloading mag by hand?
Ease of disassembly for cleaning?

Any suggestion on how to do this with minimal cost?



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Thanks Hoss, added.

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