People like us aren't the people buying that stuff though because we already (or should already) have a decent amount of mags. The people actually paying for this stuff are the people who don't know any better and didn't start buying guns until Dec 15th 2012.
CTD is dead to me because they are seriously gouging. GI m16/M4 mags were almost impossible to give away before the great scare of 2013 because everybody was buying 90 PMAGS at a time. I have a couple PMAGS and mostly GI mags (thanks to my armorer being a groomsman at my wedding) and they have never let me down following minor cheap alterations.
Rumor on the streets is the AWB will get dropped, but the push for low-capacity mags is still going to happen. There are still some reasonable companies out there that have just said they are going to stop selling them on backorder just to catch up, but they aren't jacking up the price. But charging almost $100 for a magazine that didnt cost $2 to make is criminal.
Just stay strong. Once all the mall ninjas are satisfied these companies guilty of price gouging are going to be hurting because guys like us will have already moved our business elsewhere and companies like CTD will have to stick to selling pop-up tents and waterproof matches. Just laugh at the guys paying $1300 for WASR 10s at the fun shows (seen it with my own eyes)
There are too many of us who are too well connected and informed for there to be a repeat of 1994. Just wait until the people who are regretting their decision on November 6th to calm down and quit buying stuff out from under us.
We will make it through this stuff together brothers.
"What country can preserve its liberties if its rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance?" -Thomas Jefferson-
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