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Happy 10th Anniversary To The Magpul PMAG

2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the PMAG. To celebrate this event, Magpul has announced they will exhibit a collection of significant PMAGS from early development prototypes to never before seen one-offs at SHOT Show his month. If you can’t make it to Vegas this year, be sure to folkow them on Facebook and Instagram as they highlight special magazines from this collection all year long.

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9 Responses to “Happy 10th Anniversary To The Magpul PMAG”

  1. Gerard says:

    Magpull mags have been a game changer, they made the AR system reliable

    • Diddler says:

      Yeah, totally; no AR-pattern has ever worked with a non-Pmag, ever. Nor will they for the foreseeable future.

      • Jack Griffin says:

        For those of us stuck in Division-y sweep-the-desert, uniform-inspection-then-PMCS grunt units that had crushed black/green follower mags from GWoT kick off to 201x because Mags Last Forever (TM) logic, the PMag represented a huge upgrade to Joe: it worked until it broke and when it was broke, you just tossed it. That you could easily afford to buy your own was a huge bonus.

        Magpul made the AR system more reliable in that it made an expendable part visibly expendable. The system was reliable because Big Mil can be dumb.

  2. Bradkaf308 says:

    Will there be a commemorative 10rd “clip”? :-)

  3. CV76 says:

    You can’t just walk into SHOT show. Good luck seeing them though! I know I will and take pictures I shall.

    • Jeremy says:

      SHOT is hardly some sort of exclusive event. The guise of “industry only” is easily defeated by buying access from any of the thousands of industry companies that are happy to sell their passes.

      • CV76 says:

        They should open it up to the public.

        • Jack Griffin says:

          Word on the street is that they’ve already got enough of the tactical-flavored People of Wal-Mart up in that joint.

          Somebody link that SHOT Show humor infographic with the “Sleeve Tats and Steroids Civvie vs. Wheely Cart Free Stuff Fatty.”