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    Default Interesting Century Slabside 5.56 Steel Mag

    This steel slabside 5.56 mag is being advertised by CAI as an Anti-Tilt AR15 30 rd. magazine. It doesn't say who the manufacturer is, but it looks pretty nice. $27 is a bit on the outrageous side of my budget though. Have any of you ever seen or used these mags?







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    can't say i have used that mag. it looks to be a plastic mag?

    if you want the best mag out there you can get TWO mag-pull P mags for about the price of ONE of those.

    i wouldn't touch those $27 mags with a 10 foot pole. but then again i am very demanding on all things that shoot live ammo.

    if your a mag collector then maybe.



    if you just wand dependable mags that feed rounds why bother with these overpriced and unknown ones??







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    This steel slabside 5.56 mag is being advertised by CAI as an Anti-Tilt AR15 30 rd. magazine. It doesn't say who the manufacturer is, but it looks pretty nice. $27 is a bit on the outrageous side of my budget though. Have any of you ever seen or used these mags?







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    Quote Originally Posted by j427x View Post
    can't say i have used that mag. it looks to be a plastic mag?

    if you want the best mag out there you can get TWO mag-pull P mags for about the price of ONE of those.

    i wouldn't touch those $27 mags with a 10 foot pole. but then again i am very demanding on all things that shoot live ammo.

    if your a mag collector then maybe.



    if you just wand dependable mags that feed rounds why bother with these overpriced and unknown ones??
    Actually, it kinda looks like it's a two-piece job (and that brings "National Magazine" to mind).

    I'd vote to stay far away from it. .

    Can't go wrong with P-Mags

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    I wouldn't experiment with one of these unless at were $10 or less. It does look cool though. It certainly looks more like poly than steel.

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