What good do you think this does? Are you that thin-skinned? I'm not going to address this with you any further.
How about this? Take your time, use the search feature, provide evidence to back up your claim, and I'll take back what I said.
You seem to be completely ignoring the fact that you started this with the following post:
I'm very confident this is simply not true, but, you show me evidence of this "ripping apart" you claimed happens around here over the subject of Pmags, and I'll eat my words.
Take your time. Tomorrow, the next day, any time soon.
If you don't think this is fair, then, you're just not serious about it.
Been here since 2007, picks a fight with the owner now. Smart move!
The MFT thread from May?
You're not really holding a grudge on that are you?
If that's his idea of being "ripped apart"...
How's it coming with that evidence, snowflake? I would think the opportunity to make me eat my words would be highly motivating for you.
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What about Lancer mags? Interesting design, but PMAGs do have more of a track record. I was curious to try one. Currently, most of my mags are aluminum C-Products, but I was going to expand my PMAG inventory.
-- Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past me I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain. --
Lancer were always good back when I spent more time researching the products I wanted to sell. Lancer's were very popular. I believe the L5 model or something it was called.
Personally, I am to the point where I prefer whatever quality mag I can get cheapest. I PREFER the better stacking and storing capability of USGI mags, but I don't pass up PMAGs when I can get a good price. Was just able to get 10 for 80$ from PSA so I added it to the order.
I'm at a good 50/50 split of USGI and PMAGs. Not by design, just worked out that way. And I'm still "using" the same 5-6 pmags I first bought, the other 50 or so are still brand new. So I have 100% confidence in both PMAGS and USGI to do what they are intended to do. Last a long time then get thrown away.
13 years to retirement! Just waiting!
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the room together.
The military tested them and they failed. Not even close to gen 3 PMAGS in reliability.
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