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f you’re in the market for a cheap magazine (and who isn’t) for your Glock 19 (or G26) then look no further than the Magpul PMAG 15 GL9.  The PMAG 15 GL9 is American made and fits the Glock® G19 like a high-quality magazine should.

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The Magpul Hunter X-22 Ruger 10/22 Stock is one of the most customizable  and economical stocks on the market today.  While the factory Ruger 10/22 stock is commendable, you will immediately feel a difference in comfort and control after installing the Magpul Ruger 10/22 stock.  This is an upgrade you won’t regret.

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What are the differences between Magpul Slings (MS1, MS2, MS3, MS4)? Here's a quick run-down on the Differences Between Magpul Slings. The differences between Magpul slings are less complicated than you might think.  While their naming structure leaves a little to be desired, the differences between the Magpul slings are simply the way they connect to your weapon.  Below, we work our way down starting with the most expensive and working our way to the least expensive. Current Production Model Magpul Slings: Magpul MS4 Dual QD Sling GEN 2 The MS4 Dual QD Sling Gen 2 features Dual Quick Disconnect sling...

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Buttstocks, Difference Between, Magpul Blog -

With so many buttstocks on the market today…how do you know which one is best for you?  The following Mil-Spec Magpul stocks have been broken down by weight.  The lightest is on top.  The heaviest at the bottom.  The weight of a buttstock can alter how a gun functions, feels and performs.   Magpul MOE Carbine Stock – Mil-Spec -The Magpul MOE Carbine Stock – Mil-Spec Model (MAG400) is Magpul's most popular buttstock.  It is often found on OEM (original equipment manufacturers) weapons and is widely adopted as an upgrade over a factory buttstock.  The MOE Carbine stock is adjustable and fits on a...

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As of this writing, Magpul currently manufactures and sells two generations of the Magpul PMAG magazines for .223/5.56x45 rounds.  These magazines are labeled Gen M2 MOE and Gen M3.  The differences in the two generations are as follows:1. Dust Cover – This is one of the biggest differences between the two generations.  The Gen M2 does not ship with an impact/dust cover anymore.  Dust covers are shipped with all Gen M3 models.  This allows shooters to keep debris out of their loaded or unloaded magazines.  It also protects the feed lips from impacts while bouncing around your storage box.  Dust covers are a personal preference and a debate for...

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