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|Magazine Capacity||30 Rounds|
|Ammo Caliber||5.56 NATO/.223 Rem|
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Jammed on every single shot
Just loaded my 45 round mag and every single round got stuck in the mag entering the ar15. The entering hole needs to be filed down and I can even stick my finger down in the mag and get the lifter to stick to the sides. Ha what a joke. I wont trust this company with my life and definitely won't buy this mag again. Hopefully it was just a "lemon" but probably not, good luck to you fellow shooters
You get what you paid for...
Along with some of the other reviewers, I have had problems with these magazines. Mainly the ammo ejects on its own. Have had some jams (not within the gun but the magazine). They are definitely not perfect, but for the price what can you expect? Overall a pretty good product when its not frustrating the hell out of you.
Not a great buy, no matter what the price
I bought seven of these from Lucky Gunner, last year. For lack of knowledge of what they are called, I found that the 'lip' that holds the last shell loaded is weak. Three of those seven mags release shells as they sit on the shelf. One mag will not hold the shells in place with only five shells loaded. They have to be pulled out of the mag well rather than dropping when I hit the release. From now on, I will only buy metal magazines.
U get what u paid for
They loaded & fired ok, but rounds came out by themselves when just being transported, even in a Tenspeed pouch. I got what I paid for, I'll use them, but I'll always have to check them & reload the rounds that fall out.
These magazines are inconsistent and unreliable.
I have bought 5 of these magazines so far and they have a couple of serious problems right off the bat.
1) The tops of these magazines are spread slightly and none of them fit loosely enough in the magazine well to drop out freely when ejecting them.
2) Some are spread so badly that they will not hold more than 20 rounds before they start spitting them out. Even with only 20 rounds they will spit them out with a light slap.
I haven't fired my AR with more than 6 rounds loaded at a time (public range rule) and have had no feed problems but the two defects I listed above is enough for me to call these magazines complete junk. Do yourself the favor and don't buy them.
A MUST HAVE ITEM.
DEFINITELY A TRUELY GREAT PRODUCT, WELL MADE, EASY LOADING NO BINDING OR JAMMING, EXCELLENT PRICING, GREAT COMMUNICATION, SHIPPING AND PACKAGING, TRUELY A GREAT COMPANY TO SHOP FROM. I'LL ALWAYS DO BUSINESS WITH YOU. TY LUCKY GUNNER.
Avg cheap mag
I had problems with the mags. They visibly swelled on the sides as the ammo was loaded and after 20 rds went in they started popping back out. Even when I managed to get 30 rds in them as soon as you set them down they ejected 15 to 17.
Okay for ARs
These work well in my AR, but the 20-rounders I bought for my Mini-14 were defective. I would load the magazine, set them on my bench, and watch as rounds started popping out on their own! I emailed ProMag and they sent, yes, they had a batch of defective magazines. They said send them back, but did not say they would replace them. I assumed that. One month later, after no word from them, I sent a "demand letter" demanding they replace my five magazines. A week later they called and told me they would be sending replacement steel magazines. A week later and I received five steel magazines that have worked well. So, are they bad for not publicly announcing they had a defective product; or are they good for (finally) being responsible and replacing the products? You decide.
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