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Omega13device
02-24-2006, 3:59 PM
For the M1A folks out there, what are your favored sources for 10rd mags?

The Springfield mags seem awfully expensive - are there any high-quality alternatives and if so what do you recommend?

TIA!

shopkeep
02-24-2006, 4:00 PM
The Springfeild 10 rounders are fantastic though. They feed REALLY WELL, so well that I preffer them over my pre-ban Norinco 20 rounders.

tygerpaw
02-24-2006, 4:09 PM
This is the place to buy your M1A mags:;)

http://www.eliteguns.com/index3.html

TonyM
02-24-2006, 5:44 PM
This is the place to buy your M1A mags:;)

http://www.eliteguns.com/index3.html

+1

Sometimes they have some lag time before shipping, so I would call to make sure they have them in stock before you order if you need them right away.

I've gotten 6 or 8 from them and they have always been top notch.

1911_Mitch
02-24-2006, 6:36 PM
+1 on mags from elite firearms.

The mags are manufactured by CMI (Check Mate Industries) which has a contract for gov'mt mags, so they call them USGI, as they are, but indirectly.

Fit and function fine in my LRB.

Walking Fire
02-24-2006, 6:43 PM
Creative Products will have their 10 rounder out next month, they have been certified by the USG so I think they will be great..

Yute
02-25-2006, 12:22 AM
Interesting - could we get more info about this creative products company? I've actually never heard of them before :(

+1 for eliteguns - their CMI mags are excellent. Springfield mags are good (expensive though) and don't seem to be in stock very often...

handbook
02-25-2006, 12:35 AM
cheaper than dirt sells the Springfield OEMs.

colossians323
02-25-2006, 7:34 AM
The Springfeild 10 rounders are fantastic though. They feed REALLY WELL, so well that I preffer them over my pre-ban Norinco 20 rounders.

Rebukild your norinco with usgi kits, and you'll be good to go eith the twenties.