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Posted: 9/18/2004 8:05:48 PM EDT
I would like to get a few for bench work .
But ifI am going to pay $15 - $20 for it I might as well get a 30.
Link Posted: 9/19/2004 1:33:03 PM EDT
FourFourMag has used USGI 20s and what appear to be ProMag 10s, 15s, and 20s in USGI 20 rd profile mags. Some think ProMags are junk, but I've been using 4 - 20rd ProMags for 2 years now, about 8,000 rds without issue. While I have 20 rd USGIs, I am saving them for more serious work.

30rd mags can be cumbersome at the bench.
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