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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Sure beats hell out of

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    Don't do this at home.
    Only try at a friends....

    I'll admit that back in the 90's my MAK-90 had mags taped together....

    Might try a couple of of the Magpul connectors to outfit a couple of my go-to rifles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Sure beats hell out of

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    Don't do this at home.
    Reminds me of my recon days. A couple of guys did this with small wood wedges and Hundred MPH tape. Ended up with three vertical 20 rd mags that they liked to use for Rock n Roll. The amount of ammo they wasted bugged the hell outa me, even if the setup did work well. I rarely fired FA, preferring semiauto and sights to spray n pray. Something I think this crowd would agree with me on.

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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_k View Post
    Only try at a friends....

    I'll admit that back in the 90's my MAK-90 had mags taped together....

    Might try a couple of of the Magpul connectors to outfit a couple of my go-to rifles.
    Lol, you’re not the only one! I bought my first rifle when I was 17 and it was a mini 14 ranch model. I used electrical tape to tape 2 30 round mags together. Man I thought I was fucking Rambo! Lmao!

  4. #14
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    Yup, mags gapped with shims and tape, and a mag light (D Cell) taped to the forearm. Hey, if it’s all you had when Rodney King kicked off, you made do.

    I like the couplers. I do keep a D60 in my AUG, it balances well.

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    I would add one thing.

    If you are using the magpul magazines, on the exposed mag, put the cover plate on to keep lint, sand, stripper glitter, etc out of the mouth of the mag.

    When you pull the rifle out of the rack, or wherever else you have it stored, you can easily flip off the cover as you initially deploy the rifle.

    Shitty thing to have to go to your second mag, only to find a nest of doghair has taken up residence in your mag ( you wouldnt believe how much doghair made it into weapon actions among our k-9 guys)
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    Good point. Stripper glitter has been known to be many a man's downfall at the critical moment.
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    Default VIDEO: MAGAZINE COUPLER FOR AR-15

    Remember to set them up like in the video so you can drop the bolt catch on the second mag.

    Iíve seen ppl stumble trying to figure out what to do after setting them up incorrectly. Training for the catch and not the charging handle.
    Last edited by EEE; 04-05-2021 at 11:06 AM.

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