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I might have 5 steel mags but a load of P Mags.
How about you ?

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Well, just me but i prefer the metal. I have 12 metal and 7 pro mags, maybe not as good as P mags????

The metals mags leave bolt back after last round discharged, for some reason its hit and miss on the plastic. Have looked into it enough yet to see why. After last use i did numver them on the bottom so next use i can see if its just one or two or all.

Little heavy but im going metal.
 

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All my XD mags are stainless, and all my CZ mags are black steel. So far ... have never had any mag-related problems. Not really interested in experimenting with plastic.
 

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I should clarify that the mags I'm speaking of in my above post are for AK's and AR's and have had realy good service from the Magpul magazines and for the price they are hard to beat...

Don't believe I have any polymer pistol mags.

I keep a library on tips and here's two. Hopefully some of you gunners have an AK or AR and this will be helpful.

http://www.ammoland.com/2015/04/best-ar-15-rifle-magazines/#axzz4Aq1U0cvj

To me this was the best test.

http://www.hendonpub.com/tactical_r...0102/field_test_comparison_30_round_magazines
 

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I was talking for my AR. Like i said, got to look into more on polymer mags, why won't keep bolt open after last ejecting out.

XD are all xd brand stainless.

Othet pistols are metal.
 
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