GUN AR15 Mags v. easy mag

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  1. mcoski

    mcoski New Member

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    cammenga easy mags, any one tried these before? how are they compared to the pmags?
     
  2. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    They dent and deform easily along the seams. Gadget range toy, no comparison to pmags.
     
  3. It's really not hard to load a normal mag.
     
  4. mcoski

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    its more so the fact that pmags are sold out everywhere :o and price gouging is high
     
  5. Can you not find any standard mags either? I'd consider those easy mags as a last resort.
     
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    Normal mags can be found. I just got a few C-Products for $9/each directly from c-products.
     
  7. spankaveli

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    44mag has cproducts in stock, iirc
     
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    I ordered some Thursday and they should be here Monday or Tuesday. They also now say they have 100rd beta mags... $350.
     
  9. mephistopholes

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    If you're looking for polymer mags, the 30 round Lancer magazines are available at most of the usual online dealers. They retail around $18-$19 apiece.
     

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