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P mags in stock!

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by Cole125, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. Cole125

    Cole125 Silver Member

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  2. themighty9mm

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    Could do better on gunbroker. Thanks all the same though
     


  3. DrtyHarry

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    Beat me to it, was just about to say the same. Thanks anyway OP!




    DH
     
  4. boomhower

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    That's insane. As fast as backorders are being filled these crazy prices shouldn't last to much longer on mags. I've gotten 30 from three back orders from $12-$14/PMAG. Waiting is better than paying crazy prices.
     
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  5. WoodenPlank

    WoodenPlank Who?

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    Lucky Gunner's pricing has gone full retard since the panic.
     
  6. dkf

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    PSA has C Products 30rd mags in stock right now for $15.99.
     
  7. Cole125

    Cole125 Silver Member

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    I fully agree. Their prices on .223/5.56 is butt rape with no grease just a bunch of sand and gravel. :wow:


    For someone new to the AR world who needs a couple P pmags now, those prices might be worth it though.
     
  8. bobbss

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    And I thought the $35 my LGS wanted was bad.
     
  9. Singlestack Wonder

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    luckygunner has taken advantage of the political situation and like many other small time operations, has been gouging the customer base. I never have and never will purchase anything from them joining the ranks of many others who agree as well.
     
  10. Joe Kidd

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    It seems as if 44MAG.com has gone the same route also. Their "Featured Products" on the home page includes bargains such as, Glock 33rd mags for $99/ea, and Ruger 25rd - 10/22 mags for $59/ea.
     
  11. G23c

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    need to get a "naughty and nice" list going.
     
  12. wct097

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    That's down from $19.99 a few weeks ago, I think. Hopefully thats a sign that everything will start dropping sooner than later.
     
  13. Lucky gunners and CTD.... two companies we should NOT buy from in the future...

    ... Fool me once, ....fool me twice, ....shame on me.
     
  14. bobbss

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    I found another LGS that wants $50 :upeyes:.
     
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  15. Jason D

    Jason D INFRINGED Silver Member Millennium Member

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    My LGS had new Lancer mags for 15.99 in stock just this morning.
     
  16. TexAg

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    My LGS wants $55 for Pmags!
     
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  17. Boxerglocker

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    A bunch the LGS and individual FFLs in my area just got a influx of 3rd generation PMAGs in the last couple weeks. I bought 4 the other day for $25 each (tax included) and just yesterday say another guy was selling them for $20 (plus tax).
    Prices are definitely coming down now that availability is improving.
     
  18. Jason D

    Jason D INFRINGED Silver Member Millennium Member

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    I have a goodly supply of Pmags held back. I was kind of taking stock and inspecting some of my magazines. I will grant Magpul seems to have built the best polymer magazine. Smooth functioning and ultra rigid. I have some Troy that seem nice as well, but have a lot of flex to them. I'm not exactly sold on them for the most part.


    The Lancer magazines on the other hand I am highly pleased with, though I would label them a hybrid magazine. I value the steel feed lips, and that's coming from someone who used to shoot Highpower.

    While I have not worn out a Pmag or a Troy mag. The polymer feed lips seem to be a weak point.


    Has anyone ever had one crack or break on them?