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    Senior Member paratrooper's Avatar
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    High capacity mags..........

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    LGS had a stack of 50 round Glock drum mags on the counter when I was there earlier this week. Even saw a guy on the range with one.

    Bet those are a PITA to load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paratrooper View Post
    Two errors here. 1) They're not clips, they're magazines. 2) Editing.

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    I have a question concerning mags. How long do you leave your mags loaded w/out using before unloading to protect springs? THANKS!

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    Senior Member paratrooper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mborohusker View Post
    I have a question concerning mags. How long do you leave your mags loaded w/out using before unloading to protect springs? THANKS!

    This is a question that comes up quite often. You can load up your mags and pretty much forget about them. Spring fatigue comes from the spring actually contracting and expanding, as is what it does when it's being put to normal use.

    Some will say that they only leave a mag loaded for x number of months. They then unload the mag and rotate to another. That's fine too, if that's what you want to do.

    Metallurgy in this day and age has developed greatly and we're much better off for it.

    Anyways, you can leave um loaded for as long as you see fit.

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