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I would like to buy some. Any leads for good pricing from a good retailer on these?

Thanks all.



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this may not be the cheapest -- but its a quality vendor and OKAY are great mags

https://www.topgunsupply.com/o...gazine-grey-dfl.html


black ones here for less

https://gunmagwarehouse.com/ok...-round-magazine.html
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Yeah 18-20 for a mag that is née is fair.
 
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Are these comparable to the 30 rd version or is there a premium for these for a reason?



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https://www.primaryarms.com/ok...15-magazine-556-grey

They also have them in Black.


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Palmetto State Armory has the Okay mags, but with a limit of 5.

Before I switched to Pmags with my 223 AR15s, my first mags were from Brownells. I use their aluminum mags now for 300 blackout loads, so I don't mix ammo and chamber types. Those old Brownell mags are going strong after many years of use.

A quick review of a google search for "20 round aluminum AR15 mag" gave a bunch of options. Some are nicely priced, some not so much. Some distributors have inventory, some don't.
 
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Are these comparable to the 30 rd version or is there a premium for these for a reason?


Economies of scale, WAY more 30 round mags are made and sold.
 
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WeaponOutfitters has Black, Grey dryfilm, and Tan teflon of the 20rd Okays as well.

$12.50-13.50 depending on finish

https://www.weaponoutfitters.c...i-20-rd-tan-bag.html

https://www.weaponoutfitters.c...i-20-rd-blk-bag.html

https://www.weaponoutfitters.c...5-magazine-grey.html

Brownell's has their dryfilm version in stock, $14 when you get the 10-pack

https://www.brownells.com/maga...-5-56-prod71748.aspx

Aim Surplus has DuraMag stainless 20's in stock at $13. They have a few different colors for the 30's as well.

https://aimsurplus.com/duramag...s-steel-ar-magazine/
 
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Brownell’s with out a doubt. I use them for my duty
rifle and my personal AR’s. Never have had an issue w/ them. Dirty, clean, sand, snow, etc....
 
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Upon arriving in Kandahar/Helmund we began to fill out our kits and trucks.

We had a limited number of PMags that were left by the contractors and some of the guys were real particular and wanted PMags. To them Aluminum mags were verboten so I was more than happy to carry geriatric mags in the geriatric truck (My team was all over 40)

Since I never used Brownell's before, but have used Okay in the past I decided to carry a mixed load.

I tried and tried to abuse them but they never failed.

I still carry them in my kit for the Army and now for LE.
 
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https://www.primaryarms.com/ok...15-magazine-556-grey

They also have them in Black.


nice find -- limit 5 but $12 is muy bueno

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Is weaponoutfitters a source someone can vouch for. I've not used them and the internet really doesn't say much. I like the tan Okays and they have them.


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Is weaponoutfitters a source someone can vouch for. I've not used them and the internet really doesn't say much. I like the tan Okays and they have them.


Weapon Outfitters is GTG. I've bought from them a few times, most recently an EOTech back over the summer. All have gone off without a hitch.
 
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Is weaponoutfitters a source someone can vouch for.


Yes, good to go.


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https://www.primaryarms.com/ok...15-magazine-556-grey

They also have them in Black.


nice find -- limit 5 but $12 is muy bueno

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They still have them in Black:
https://www.primaryarms.com/ok...zine-5.56-20rd-black

They show $10.79 for me, but maybe thats my LE/MIL discount.


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I have a few GI 20rd mags, since I largely prefer 20’s.
I have to say, though...my go to 20rd mags are Lancers, now. That’s the mag I keep handy for the HD AR.


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