Author Topic: In Reversal, Army Bans High-Performance Rifle Mags (that troops prefer)  (Read 861 times)

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Probably considered an unnecessary pollutant if the magazine gets discarded or dropped and forgotten.

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That does not make sense especially when you are in a severe firefight.

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It can't be stressed enough how much better the PMAG is from the traditional stamped magazine. The dust cover alone has done a lot to eliminate jamming in Middle-Eastern desert environments. Tool-less disassembly is vital for quick and easy cleaning.  They last a lot longer because they can be field cleaned like the weapon.

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Why wouldn't the Army wnat to minimize FTF in combat operations?  This smells like an Obama connection to the mfg of the older mag


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