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    Do they have dates stamped on them like Magpul magazines do?
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    Yes, almost any ?mil-spec? magazine will have a date code on them. I think it?s a requirement for sales to the military.

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    Thanks for the info. PSA is having a great deal on them but I live in Colorado so...
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    D&H used to manufacture 15 round AR pattern magazines. I bet if enough of us CO. Residents inquired to them, they would bring them back.....

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    I can't buy AR magazines with a capacity of <30rds in good conscience. Count me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidicarus13 View Post
    I can't buy AR magazines with a capacity of <30rds in good conscience. Count me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray1970 View Post
    What? No love for the twenty rounders?
    Good for shooting off sound bags to sighting-in I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitewalrus View Post
    Yes, almost any ?mil-spec? magazine will have a date code on them. I think it?s a requirement for sales to the military.
    Not all do. The 94-04 ones did along with anything larger than 10 rounds marked RESTRICTED LE / MILITARY USE.

    I see new ones all the time with no date code. C-Products among them.
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    If it's a true usgi mag it has to be date and cage code stamped.
    C products are not a true usgi mag just a copy and a poor one at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beast556 View Post
    If it's a true usgi mag it has to be date and cage code stamped.
    C products are not a true usgi mag just a copy and a poor one at that.
    Perhaps for some, the x39 one i have run flawlessly.
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