Why Aren’t You Stockpiling PMags?
Kevin Felts 09.14.17
While reading through the morning news, an article came up on The Firearm Blog talking about how PMags were superior to everything the Army tested. As a result of those tests, the United States Air Force decided to also adopt the Gen 3 PMag.
So far, three branches of the military have adopted PMags:
- Air Force
The Marines are not a separate branch but are part of the Navy, but do not tell a Marine that. One of my supervisors, a 25-year career Marine, would get very upset when someone mentioned the Marines were not their own branch. So, to give the Marines the respect they deserve and for the sake of this article, they are listed as their own separate branch.
With 2017 being a buyers market, is there any reason not to stockpile PMags? If PMags are good enough for the Marines and the Army, why aren’t we all buying PMags?
- Military Tested: During the military tests, there was not a single magazine-related failure.
- Impact resistant.
- Available with a window. A buddy of mine told me he thought windows on a magazines were useless because he counted rounds. I told him, “The window lets me know how many rounds you have.”
- Available in a variety of colors.
- Made in the U.S.A.
The number one reason to stockpile PMags? To give the gun-grabbers nightmares about how many magazines we gun owners are buying.
Over the years, PMags have proven themselves time and time again. With the Army, Air Force, and Marines adopting them, this sealed the deal for my magazine stockpile.
As for me and mine, we will buy PMags.