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Old 01-02-2010, 20:53   #4
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Originally Posted by Vigilant View Post
I have about decided to pick up a new M&P15 to keep the PTR-91 company. Looking at mags, and C-Products seems to be a good name on this forum. I found some new blackened stainless 30-round mags at CDNN on sale for $9.99 each, or aluminum for $7.99 each. Which is the best route to go, and am I correct in assuming that these C-Products mags will function and hold up well?

Thanks.
Pmags my friend. I have had mixed results with C Products mags. Their 9mm mags sucked the big one. The .223 mags are hit or miss. If you don't like Pmags I would go with Brownells mags.
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