I would agree, Jeriah, buy what you can afford to order by the dozen. Either are solid mags, and ultimately a consumable item.
AKFTW wrote: Jeriah wrote:
Kutter_0311 wrote:Also, ground the inner dimples on 3 to let the follower push all the way up to the feed lips. So far, works very well, for almost half the cost of Yugo BHO mags. Homemade BHO mod FTW!!!
What's the advantage of this BHO? It's not like there's a bolt release, and as soon as a mag goes empty you reload it right away, so it's not sitting open to cool. I don't get it.
Yeah I'm not feeling the BHO either.
Many do not, that's personal preference. I prefer to know immediately when I fire my last round, when I feel the bolt lock back, rather than when I hear the "CLICK" of an empty chamber. Mag changes remain the same, you just know a bit sooner, and that is tactically useful to me. My buddy modded 3 mags for testing, as I was concerned there could be damage/deformation to the follower from the bolt slamming into it. Him and a buddy tested them compared to a Yugo BHO mag, and they functioned the same, only scratching the follower's finish where the bolt catches. I was concerned that the edge might deform since these do not have a rear plate that extends to the raised area like the Yugo followers.
I want to do some more testing, but you can look forward to a thread on this mod soon.
JAYNE COBB wrote: Well, what you plan and what takes place ain't ever exactly been similar.
TravisM.1 wrote:If a rifle is an option, a rifle is usually the answer.
minengr wrote:I've said it numerous times, a quality rig is only as good as it's weakest link. Which usually is the nut behind the butt.