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Crap dont have the money need to them bad!?!?!?!
 

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good find, thanks for the heads up.
 

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Thanks. Ordered ten.
 

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hmmmm 10 pmags or 4 HK mags?
 

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Yeah something tells me that magpul finally got caught up or is at least catching up to the back orders. However, people for osme reason are jumping all over these things like hotcakes. i don't see what all the fuss is about. I'll admit, I was one of them early on, but I don't see the huge advantage of the pmag over the USGI, etc.

Someone please explain it to this dummy. :duh:
 

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Yeah something tells me that magpul finally got caught up or is at least catching up to the back orders. However, people for osme reason are jumping all over these things like hotcakes. i don't see what all the fuss is about. I'll admit, I was one of them early on, but I don't see the huge advantage of the pmag over the USGI, etc.

Someone please explain it to this dummy. :duh:
The consensus on XCR-Forum is there is really nothing special about these mags.
 

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The bodies won't dent like a USGI mag can and will,They have had issues with spine failure from what I've read,that said I have 6,and they are all fine although that not a definitive test by any means,and I've not subjected them to any abuse either.I've gotton over the P-mag phenomenon too,I think the C-products stainless steel 30 rounders with no-tilt follower,for $12.95 is still the best deal for a tough magazine.The finish is just so-so but that easily fixed too.
 

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Yes, I agree with Tread. For me the c-product mags are more than fine. And they are probably the most affordable too. I did order 4 more to go with my odd ball Pmag. This will make it an even 15 Pmags. I have 3 more c-product mags inbound as well. The one thing I do like about the Pmags over the USGI type is the contours of the mag. It makes them easier to grab and hold onto. Now if someone can come up with an aluminum or steel mag with similar contours of the Pmag.

Now, if I want a polymer type mag, my first choice is the L5 from Lancer. I have it on very good authority (a Lancer VP) that the L5 will soon be coming out in different colors such as brown and OD with the same see through features. Also, they are working on ranger plates for the L5 as well. ;D

If I owned c-products I would look at designing some contours on the mag.
 

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Thanks for the heads up, ordered 7. Now if Brownells would go ahead and fill my order with them for 10 then I will have plenty of replacements.
 

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Yeah something tells me that magpul finally got caught up or is at least catching up to the back orders. However, people for osme reason are jumping all over these things like hotcakes. i don't see what all the fuss is about. I'll admit, I was one of them early on, but I don't see the huge advantage of the pmag over the USGI, etc.

Someone please explain it to this dummy. :duh:
The consensus on XCR-Forum is there is really nothing special about these mags.
There really isnt. It's just another mag, whose function and purpose can just as easily be served by a USGI mag. Granted all of Magpul's "Industry Professional" shills will tell you they are the greatest thing since porn vids on an Ipod.
 

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OK this is kinda weird. Months ago I ordered Pmags from a few different places and and they were all on back order. Now with the few places I listed earlier in the post as having them in stock and now I am starting to get the charges for the Pmags I ordered a while back and I just received 5 today, I have a feeling that Magpul is finally catching up. Good for them. It's about fricking time.
 

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OK this is kinda weird. Months ago I ordered Pmags from a few different places and and they were all on back order. Now with the few places I listed earlier in the post as having them in stock and now I am starting to get the charges for the Pmags I ordered a while back and I just received 5 today, I have a feeling that Magpul is finally catching up. Good for them. It's about fricking time.
I placed an order for 5 from Brownell's on Dec 19th and recieved an email today that they had shipped, so yeah, seems they are catching up.
 

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Just talked to MAGS LLC. this was the first link listed on his thread. He doesn't have any 20rd, but is getting the 30rd in tomorrow. He said they will ship first thing Monday! I just placed an order. His prices are very reasonable.
 

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OK this is kinda weird. Months ago I ordered Pmags from a few different places and and they were all on back order. Now with the few places I listed earlier in the post as having them in stock and now I am starting to get the charges for the Pmags I ordered a while back and I just received 5 today, I have a feeling that Magpul is finally catching up. Good for them. It's about fricking time.
I placed an order for 5 from Brownell's on Dec 19th and recieved an email today that they had shipped, so yeah, seems they are catching up.

Really? I ordered 10 from back in November and they canx'd my order a couple weeks ago for "failure of vendor to deliver". I'm not a PMag fanboy, I just wanted the mags, so I don't know what to think of this.
 

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I received my (10) new stainless GI mags from MAGSLLC today...

PROMPT shipping, good price - AND - a $5 rebate on the shipping that apparently was incorrect on the website.

I'd say these guys are 200% on top of things and so long as they keep stocking the goods - I'll keep buying.

TWO THUMBS UP! ;D
 
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