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Old 10-08-2013, 06:56 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by bwraven
CDNN has them for $39.99.

As far as ProMags, in the past I have had decent luck with their steel 20's, not much luck with their steel 30's.

All I use these days are Ruger factory mags.
I have all factory 20's & 30's, 6 of each, and 3 40's that I have had to "baby" but they are 100% reliable. I learned my lesson with a 75 rd drum for the mini: worked for about 6 weeks before it started to malfunction at least once per load. It's long been a lot of buying from CDNN, but he drum didn't come from them.

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