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    Postak Gun Mag Warehouse Sale

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    Good deals and thank you. Bought from them before with good service.

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    Bought some Weiger SAR3 .223 mags from them, good guys to deal with.
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    Bought the 20's in 7.62X39 from there. Good service and a vendor here. Win,Win.

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    I thought about/was going to order 3 BX-1 clear Ruger 10/22 magazines @ $12.99ea, but the clear one's cost jumps to $17.99 when you select clear. I checked e-bay. Better deals over there on the clear BX-1s.
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    Unless polymer tech has advanced rapidly in the last few years, I'd stay away from truly clear plastic mags. While they look cool, the plastic is weaker than opaque or even "smoke" colored mags.

    I have a bunch of "Mitchell" 50 rd teardrop drums for the 10/22, clear, and every one is cracked where the mechanism mounts in the plastic at the top. The black ones held up much better, from what I understand the ones with some color to them had reinforcing materials added to the plastic. The clear ones would show the materials so they leave them out of those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kernelkrink View Post
    Unless polymer tech has advanced rapidly in the last few years, I'd stay away from truly clear plastic mags. While they look cool, the plastic is weaker than opaque or even "smoke" colored mags.

    I have a bunch of "Mitchell" 50 rd teardrop drums for the 10/22, clear, and every one is cracked where the mechanism mounts in the plastic at the top. The black ones held up much better, from what I understand the ones with some color to them had reinforcing materials added to the plastic. The clear ones would show the materials so they leave them out of those.
    Those Mitchell mags were something,to be polite. UV rays were an issue.
    And really 25 rds is about it.
    Take 22lr handgun mags for instance. People still don't get how to load them.
    Rim in front of the first round. They have to be loaded properly.
    I still hear folks pulling down the follower and just dropping rounds in,inviting jams. Crazy chit.
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