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    Postak the obama/pelosi 100rd ar- mag?

    100RD AR-15 .223 Drum with Free Pouch #DRUM-AR-100

    hehe! help the big O out! buy one of these 100rd drum mags before the mexican drug lords get them all!

    all kidding aside if the the bog O-economy was better around here i would try one of these out!

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    Anyone try one of those. I want one for my shorty. Damn thing will be so heavy when I get done putting all my Mall Ninja stuff on it, I will need a jeep too carry it around.
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    Are these C-Mags or copies? At that price it must be a copy?
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    Are these C-Mags or copies? At that price it must be a copy?
    hc. j4 can answer better. But I think??? one company is making them and flooding the market with them.
    Maybe Military overruns. I dont know. But now sure is the time to buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    hc. j4 can answer better. But I think??? one company is making them and flooding the market with them.
    Maybe Military overruns. I dont know. But now sure is the time to buy.
    4th you better becareful it's just one more step to being a Mall Ninja

    Haha ha I had to say it, good price does anyone know if there as good as the C-mag one I have two of them and they work great heavy as shit tho

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    it is a korean made copy. don't know if it is as good as the real thing or not. maybe some one that has one will chime in?

    i think the real ones are closer to $300!

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    I think I bought mine for around $250 but that was in 2005

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    I gave my (real) C-Mag to my brother a few years ago before the price went down. Honestly these copies should be OK so long as the plastic isn't brittle. C-Mags aren't meant to be dropped on cement "hollywood style" and will break if you do so. Then again I'm sure my plastic buttstocked rifles will break if I use them to bust down a door If the plastic is good enough to survive winter conditions they should be OK.

    The feed towers are meant to be replaced every several hundred rounds as they wear from the bullet tips. You can always chop up a magazine to make a metal one or switch it to a different rifle (swapping feed towers was a big no-no during the AWB ).

    The Beta Products refurbish kits include the springs (contant force springs) which are usually rated at either 400 or 4000 cycles depending on the strength. You can get constant force springs via MSC Direct among other places, so replacements should not be a huge concern.

    Really so long as they hold up for normal wear and tear and don't have feed issues, they should not be a problem.
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    I saw those too and was wondering if they would work.
    Seem more like a realistic price then a Beta C
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    [quote=4thIDvet;584009]hc. j4 can answer better. But I think??? one company is making them and flooding the market with them.
    Maybe Military overruns. I dont know. But now sure is the time to buy.[/quote


    i suspect they may be a contract overrun as well. if i lived near CFS i would drop buy and check them out.

    CFS has a sort of spotty rep for selling stuff. but i have got some fantastic deals from them lately. like those TNW billet lowers they had on sale a few months back.

    i would be sure to ask about their return policy on something as expensive as there are.

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