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41 minutes ago, HuntingPaper said:

Thank you Nick!

No prob.  I use them a bunch and it's solid - save you a few bucks too

33 minutes ago, gleninjersey said:

I have a couple of these as well.  Really like them.  Need to order a few more.

Yep - Get at least a 3 pack!

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is it actually easier/quicker to swap mags with these than just dropping the one outta the well as ya grab the fresh mag and load it in? seems to me it'd be slower with having to pull it out, flip it, then load it in......

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55 minutes ago, 1LtCAP said:

is it actually easier/quicker to swap mags with these than just dropping the one outta the well as ya grab the fresh mag and load it in? seems to me it'd be slower with having to pull it out, flip it, then load it in......

It's not just that - most mag pouches don't hold 10 round mags easily - they're built for 30's.  With 2 PMAG 10's coupled together, they fit perfect in 30 round mag pouches so you can index and grab easily.

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17 hours ago, Krdshrk said:

https://www.rjkventures.com/products/ar15-m4-m16-mag-coupler

I use these with my PMag 10's - works great.  Also a lot cheaper than the Cross ones.

I have those as well. They're great for using in mag pouches. 

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58 minutes ago, Tunaman said:

Is everyone confidant that an overzealous cop or prosecutor wouldnt classify your mag as one 20 rounder?  I would not like to be the test case.

The key word in the statute is "continuously." As you have to remove the mag, rotate it and then re-insert it, there is no way anyone of sound mind could think that this meets that requirement.

 

I have always had my doubts about the statute anyway. How can anything be "continuously" fed into a semi-automatic? That would be a harder sell, and I don't have the funds to be a test case.

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1 hour ago, Mr.Stu said:

I have always had my doubts about the statute anyway. How can anything be "continuously" fed into a semi-automatic? That would be a harder sell, and I don't have the funds to be a test case.

“Continuous” was language first added to New York’s SAFE Act in 2013. Its intent was to close the door on belt-fed semi-auto’s like AR15’s and 1919’s. Yes, such things exist  

What happens elsewhere finds its way here. 

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Just now, FairbanksRusty said:

“Continuous” was language first added to New York’s SAFE Act in 2013. Its intent was to close the door on belt-fed semi-auto’s like AR15’s and 1919’s. Yes, such things exist  

What happens elsewhere finds its way here. 

The definition in NJ predates 2013 by a long way. They updated it a to make it worse, but even when it was 15 rounds it still included the underlined text

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2C:39-1  Definitions.
   2C:39-1.  Definitions. The following definitions apply to this chapter and to chapter 58:
 
y.   "Large capacity ammunition magazine" means a box, drum, tube or other container which is capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition to be fed continuously and directly therefrom into a semi-automatic firearm. The term shall not include an attached tubular device which is capable of holding only .22 caliber rimfire ammunition.

 

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11 hours ago, Tunaman said:

Is everyone confidant that an overzealous cop or prosecutor wouldnt classify your mag as one 20 rounder?  I would not like to be the test case.

Those people need to trip into a wood chipper. 

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