I was using SSD’s range bag at a shooting class today and I found this inside.
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It’s the Licensed Euro only version of the PMAG. Cheaper Plastic.
Unless Nick is just taking a shot in the dark, I think he’s probably right. If not, maybe it;s for G series rifles? Like how E-Mags fit in European 5.56 guns?
Magpul came out with a Pmag for ak
Given the angle of the photo, you should see the top round in the stack. My guess is a Magpul-faux Airsoft mag got misplaced in a real gun bag. It’s too “clean” to be a real German Mag. They like it dirty. Ahem.
Nick is correct. The G-Mag is licensed by Magpul and it is made in Europe (Germany I believe) There are a few things that differ then with P-Mags, for one they use a cheaper polymer on the G-Mag, more of a plastic composite then an actual polymermix composite. It’s also a lot smoother, where as P-Mags have a grainy texture to them. The springs on the G-Mag are a little shorter and the follower doesn’t have that super smooth surface like the P-Mag, I have never used one but from guys that have they said they didn’t know the difference until they saw the “G”.
Ref it being an E-mag…looks nothing like the ones we were issued with.
The OA-Mag is not a Magpul-Product, nor is it licensed by Magpul Ind. in any way or did Magpul Ind. provide any help and assistance in developing this magazine. The OA-Mag will only be distributed to civilian customers in Germany and Europe. Worldwide distribution is limited as an OEM product, only together with an Oberland Arms rifle.
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