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I was thinking of picking one of these promag 42 rd mag for 16 bucks shipped, do any of you ...


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Old 09-23-2013, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I was thinking of picking one of these promag 42 rd mag for 16 bucks shipped, do any of you all have an ar promag in 30rd or the 42rd im interested in....thanks,
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I like my 40 rnd p mag and it was about that price.
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I ended up getting a 40 Rd. PMag for $20 at HG Hunting and Tactical.
They had them in stock, alot of the bigger online stores ( brownells,midway USA) were out of stock....
Thanks STF, I honestly did not know pmag even made them in that size...lol
It will be here soon I hope.
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