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Discussion in 'SHOT Show Coverage' started by Derek Zeanah, Jan 18, 2017.

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  1. Derek Zeanah

    Derek Zeanah System Administrator Staff Member

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    The Magpul booth is always fun.

    The big news this year is the X-22 Backpacker:
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    Then I realized these were built by Tactical Solutions, which means very high quality but probably out of my price range.

    I mentioned this to a salesperson and he pointed out that the furniture fits any 10/22, and has an MSRP of $110. I thought that was pretty sexy.
     

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    Derek Zeanah System Administrator Staff Member

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    A .300 Blackout specific magazine is now available, which Magpul claims offers better reliability:

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    Aaaaand, now they're making 27 round Glock magazines in 9mm (the 27GL9). Nope, I couldn't talk them into changing the production schedule to make .45 ACP magazines either:

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    (Yeah, I missed focus. It's not the only one.)

    AK-74 magazines should be arriving around April:

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    And, the MCT Window Magazine has now been approved by the Marines:

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  3. 1KPerDay

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    any word on a domestic, non-corrosive 5.45 ammo manufacturer other than V-max in steel cases? /hijack
     
  4. LiveLife

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    Thanks!

    Been looking at Magpul stock for my 10/22 TakeDown.
     
  5. Leadhead

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    As nice as the Hunter looks,The Back Packer makes sense for a minimalist stock set for the takedown.
    Looking forward to it's release
     
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