IMHO - Star = FAIL. Quality is bad. You could probably install factory new parts and come up with the same unreliable firearm. Think about it, how many raving threads have you seen praising Star products.? I could go on but you get the idea. Even the most gifted gunsmith cannot overcome inferior materials in the base gun. DX the FireJammer.My dad recently bught a Star Firestar M43 9mm. He is having trouble with it jamming on about the 3rd shot of every mag. We are thinking maybe extractor and spring, any other suggesttions ? He has shot Rem. and Win. USA ammo, both jam.
Thank you very much. I agree, I was always told it was a clip ever since I first held a gun. Who is to say what is the right term. All I know Is that they were called clips long before anyone called them a mag. But what can you say about that other than some people are right even when they are wrong. I mean on an AK is it a 30 rnd bannana clip?Dif? not a novice, but you know what you're taught. Is this a Cane or Tango rule? It's been a clip to me before they were born. Kinda like bluegill and brim! No disrespect, Because I value their opinion but WTF, clue me in.
Okay and who made you the see all know all professor of all things pertaining to guns? You ask any old war vet. what their terminology is on the subject (you know back in the day when you loaded your clip and read your magazine) What I am trying to say is maybe, possibly both terms are correct. Also what your saying is its alright for masterp to discredit me just because I use a different term, SCREW THAT! So I invite him to please explain to me the difference between a clip and a mag PLEASE ENLIGHTEN ME ALL KNOWING ONE.The correct terminology is magazine. Lay off masterpsmith.