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CAA mag vs others

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by win, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. win

    win

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    I was wondering what you think the the ar15 30rd mags by CAA? How do they compare with PMAG? and others?
    I realize that magpul it probably the best. I do not have any pmags. I just got a CAA mag and it seems ok. I do not have any promags either. I not interested in buying any promags. I don't think the thermold mags are very good either.
    thanks again
     
  2. rockapede

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    More than likely it'll be an okay mag for range use, at least for a while. I'd not use it in a defensive capacity.
     

  3. K. Foster

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    The most common cause of malfunctions are faulty magazines. I would only use quality mags. PMAG’s, USGI, Lancers, and a couple others.
    Since you already have the CAA, run it and see how it does but I wouldn’t buy any more.
     
  4. MrMurphy

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    For plinking sure. Otherwise......I'd use a Thermold before I used anything CAA, and that's saying something.........


    All my mags are PMags or USGI.
     
  5. DrtyHarry

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    I have a few of them, and they don't work as well as my pmags or my GI mags. I still have a few NIW, I got them for $8 each at a gun show last year.



    DH