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    Potentially AWESOME development for Steyr AUG 9mm...

    Mean arms has introduced a product that is basically a mag inside a mag, hence the name "endo mag" It uses a Magpul P-mag gen 2 or 3 as the body and then with a different spring and follower to feed 9mm.

    https://loadoutroom.com/50224/mean-a...gazine-insert/

    Well Magpul also makes a Steyr AUG version of the P-mag. IF the interior dimensions are the same and there is some way to provide an ejector, this could be a great solution for a 9mm Steyr AUG. Steyr AUG 9mm 25rd mags are $65!!! A P-mag and endo-mag together would be under $40!!

    OK, I see that it has its own ejector built in. So a new question is would the steyr bolt clear this ejector?

    tsh77769

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    Um....cool?

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    TED, thanks for the link. I'm game if it works as advertised. If so, I can easily run 9mm using my full auto lower. I'll wait until they actually start production though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmieSchafer View Post
    Um....cool?
    Um, yeah, it IS!!

    Would you ragtehr pay $65 plus for a proprietary foreign made mag or $30 to $40 for a domestic made mag that can be retrofitted back to 5.56 if needed?

    TED

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bret View Post
    TED, thanks for the link. I'm game if it works as advertised. If so, I can easily run 9mm using my full auto lower. I'll wait until they actually start production though.
    Be careful shooting 9mm on that transferable lower. I personally don’t do 9mm on my M16s due to the higher risk of fcg pin hole wear. 9mm is what the UZI and MP5 SMGs are for.
    I am affiliated with B&T USA.

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    Good point Josh. These guys are just right down the street from my work. I think that I'll pay them a visit one day this week during lunch.

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