Check your firearms owners manual and the labels on your ammo. Not feasable for most people to have enough mags to ahve a 1, rounds all mag'ed out, but one could have mags loaded, with the rest of the ammo on clips ready to quickly refil the mag as needed. Do they work with Promags or just the old metal kind? Up to 10 emoticons are allowed in a post Political discussions are prohibited. There are dry spray lubes of teflon compunds on the market, but expensive and hard to find in local stores — usually available only from specialty industrial supply places.
But it yeah just imagine your soldier equipped himself with just the right amount of stripper clips and magazines. I bought the Strip-Lula loader last year. Do these things wear out? Find all posts by dawgfan If your lucky you might even get some for free.: Originally Posted by dawgfan The cord is great.
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Contact Us - for real. I like to take my time anyway. There are dry spray lubes of teflon compunds on the market, but expensive and hard to find in local stores — usually available only from specialty industrial supply places. This fella has them listed I should have it by the weekend so it'll be range tested on Saturday, weather permitting.
Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page. Two trips to the range was all it took for my thumbs to convince me of the necessity. The Firing Line Forums. Notice how almost all the clips are MFG side down, which seems a bit odd. Three strippers to load your magazine: Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: I just picked it up at a gun show this weekend and I love the way it shoots.