Anyone tried Brownell's AR mags?

Anyone tried Brownell's AR mags?

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    Anyone tried Brownell's AR mags?

    Wondering if there are any user reports out there yet. The price sounds pretty good if they're reliable.

    AR-15/M16 20- & 30-ROUND MAGAZINES at Brownells

    Thanks all!
    Jack


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    You might want to check out cproductsllc.com or 44mag.com. I've used both of these suppliers and received top quality mags at a very reasonable price. The Brownwells seem a little high $.

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    I'd thought about C-products and will probaby get those too but with my C&R license discount the Brownell mags are the cheapest I've found.
    Jack

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    Midway is having a sale on Stoner AR mags for 9.99 currently. That's a dollar less than the C Products mags that I have a box load of. The Brownells mags are pretty good. I have three or four of them that I've gotten here and there. Purchased one new to try and have had a few turn up in bulk boxes of magazines that I've bought.

    I wouldn't pay retail for them though.

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    The Brownells are GTG.
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    They are very good mags. The usual wisdom when it comes to AR mags is not to load the 30 rounders to capacity. Brownells listened to this and designed some that work at maximum capacity. And if I'm not mistaken, they also have a pretty big military contract for them right now. You will not be disappointed with one sticking out the bottom of your AR.
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    Yup, I have a bunch of them 20 and 30... and I dont spend my money on garbage. They are good mags.
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    I have not tried them, but from everything I have heard the Brownell mags are of the highest quality. So you are definitely good to go with them.
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    Brownell's 20 and 30 rounders are good to go.

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    My suggestion would be to try one.
    You cannot lose with Brownell's.
    Their guarantee is a TRUE satisfaction guarantee on any product they sell.
    So ya buy one and try it and if it's not absolutely everything you expect it to be then simply return it for a full refund.
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    Wow, thanks guys! Looks like I've got a few options to choose from for quality. The Stoner mags at Midway come with Magpul followers, so that's a definite possibility as well the C products.
    Jack

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