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C Products 20 rd

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by HammerG26, Feb 27, 2009.

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  1. HammerG26

    HammerG26 Member

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    I just got my C Products 20 round magazines today - they look great (good workmanship and quality, good welds and bends, etc.)... have the orange followers... they function well on feeding rounds into the magazine...I cannot wait to take them out and shoot - just need to wait for the rain to go away... and I need more ammo (but don't we all)... :)
     
  2. JonB

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    I've got a few of the CProducts 20's - work fine in my RRA's.
     
  3. Badger Arms

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    a word of caution

    After waiting for years for a 7.62x39mm magazine from them (they kept lying saying it was coming soon), I was at the range with a friend. The AR that he'd just built was having failures to feed, double-feeds, etc. He had three C-products mags. I took the surplus Sanchez (yeah, them) magazines that I always use at the range and loaded them up with his ammo. His ammo, his gun, his shooting, my magazine. End result, ran like a top the rest of the day. His magazines in my gun? Not so much. Not to say that yours won't work like a top... but...
     
  4. KingTiger

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    My RRA likes 'em too, I did have to put the Magpul followers in mine.

    The GF & I are headed to my hunting camp this everning, sounds like we're in for some heavy rain. She's been wanting to shoot my M11/9, at least the thunder will drown out the FA bursts.
     
  5. SwampWolf

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    You had to or just wanted to "upgrade"?
     
  6. KingTiger

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    They ran in their original configuration, I guess I didn't have to (poor choice of words), just figured the anti-tilts couldn't hurt for the price.
     
  7. pwrtool45

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    They have spotty QC. Check their mags before you call them "good." But then again, you should do that with everyone's mags. I wouldn't use CP if I were going to order a case of magazines and not verify that each and every one of them worked (probably use NHTMG for that) but I wouldn't shy away from the brand if a reputable vendor (like 44mag.com) had them at a good price.

    I've got 5 of their 30 round aluminum mags (some with green followers, some with magpul gen-3s) that I use as beaters for multigun matches. They work. I've got some of their stainless steel 30s that all had problems. Fortunately, the vendor I used (44mag.com) made it right.

    No magic at work here.
     
  8. matrem

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    If they're mags you need..as in NEED! You should "prove" any brand.Be it Okay,P-Mag..or the dollar mart sale item.
    C-products mags have been great to me.
     
  9. pwrtool45

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    A-freakin-men.

    If you don't have most of the finish worn off and a number painted on the side that corresponds to a log book entry, you don't know if that mag works or not.

    The damn name on the floorplate is just a false sense of security.
     
  10. Bill2e

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    20 round, 223 or 308? when did you order them?
     
  11. madcratebuilder

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    I have a dozen 5.56 CP mags and a half dozen 7.62 CP mags, all are over a year old, from 44mag.com. No problems, all the 5.56 mags have been cycled several times, not all the 7.62 have been cycled.
     
  12. EAJ

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    I have several C-Products Aluminum 20/30 Round Mag's w/ Non-Tilt Magpul Gen II Follower, Silicone Spring, Mar-Lube Finish & Tactipul that I use with my AR and PLR-16. Have never experienced any issues with them. :)
     
  13. marsche

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    I am using C-Products Teflon coated 20 round mag's with MAGPUL no-tilt followers and they work great. Never had a problem with them.
     
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