my little sample of three came in today.
it is sort of laughable that mako claims in stock when my order was placed on -1-15- 2013 , and the mags have a stamp that says 03-13--LOL!
the mags themselves seem sturdy and tough enough. out of my collection of lowers one mag was a little tight in one lower but a few inserts and removals and it started dropping free.
the white plastic followers look sort of goofy. the mags are a slick looking black --my first thought was "krylon"!--LOL
they seem well sprung.
i fired one full mag of tula 55gr through one mag and it ran like clockwork.
not much of a test--but with ammo like it is you can't test shit like the good old days. if this is any indication though the mags should be fine.
i figure they'll run well.
no i don't think they are as good as a p-mag or lancer (LOL!) they are more like a c-prod stainless mag than anything.
that ain't knocking it as the c-prod stainless is a decent mag from what i have seen.
$18.70 to me seems a little pricy , i would like these a lot better if they were $12.50! LOL!
but in these days can we really be like those nose picking brand name dropping mall ninjas?
does it really matter much who made a mag, what it looks like or what the brand name is?
as long as it WORKS the rest is all mall-ninja BS.
i have heard that some of the early versions did have some trouble with followers and some out of spec issues. hopefully this issues have be resolved and my late date ones should be good to go--knock on wood--LOL!