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Thread: Polymer AR mags

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb7304 View Post
    Lancer is also a Pennsylvania company.
    A little more proven and right down the road from me...shame they don't have a retail store at the location...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    267....very local!

    Why did they make a new mag? Why did anyone? Why did ETS? Or a plethora of other newish companies? Who cares? If they sell they sell

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    I like the finger recesses but at a time when I can get Pmags or Surefeeds at the price they are selling why bother... If they were 9.99 or 10.99 it makes it a little more competitive....

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    I donít really see anything that sets these mags apart from the crowd. Hexmag for example had the honeycomb grip and grip tape sticker things, plus a color coding scheme for easy ID of different calibers (like 5.56 and 300 black out).

    As others have mentioned, there are Pmags, Okay Surefeeds, and plenty others with a lot more history to back them up, and priced lower. It does seem odd to enter a market with a product that doesnít stand out and is higher priced- doesnít give much incentive for people to buy or try.

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