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Discussion in 'Great Deals' started by oknow, Aug 14, 2013.
Was at Sportsmens warehouse Today They had 42 round pmags for 19.99. In Vancouver.
Are you confusing "pro mags" with "pmags?"
Honestly I'm not sure. Maybe yea
Well then... I'll take this opportunity to add to your gun knowledge database! It's a damn shame if a day goes by you don't learn something new, right?
These guys make the world-famous, ultra reliable Pmag - Magpul | Unfair Advantage
These guys have made high-capacity magazines for a long time, but don't have quite the reputation for flawless function - http://www.promagindustries.com/
Pro mags are pure garbage, they are dirt cheap for a reason!
Because of the cheap prices I have made the mistake of buying them over and over again thinking it's only 10 bucks, right? And every time I had issues.
Tried them in a Sig 226, 229, Beretta 92FS, jam after jam after jam.
There were a ton of pre-ban pro mags on the market during the AWB, so they got popular and developed a following. But, indeed, since the sunset of the ban and subsequent explosion of improved NEW full-cap magazine manufacturers, there are definitely way better options.
Anyone remember "Triple K" magazines? I got a bunch for my mini-14 during the ban... had to make major modifications to every single one, and most still didn't work.
Magpul does make a 40rd PMAG now though. Could this have been what you saw? PMAG® MAGAZINES - PMAG® 40 AR/M4 GEN M3, 5.56x45 Magazine
If it's advertised as 42 rounds, it's a ProMag. If it's 40 rounds, it's a PMAG.
ProMag = PoopMag
I thought it was projam
I have some 42rd promags and they work flawlessly in my ar and in my friends ar. They are awesome I like it. Got them for 13 bucks a piece.