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Does anyone have any of these or have ever used them? To me, they are very 'tacti-cool,' but wouldn't mind knowing if they are a hinderance or benefit.
 

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Thanks! Thats what I needed to know!
 

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Do you have any pictures of them on a 26?
 

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On the 26, that seems to add a fair amount of real estate without adding alot of extra weight and causing the mag to 'print' more.

Not a bad deal there.
 

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Wow, I can't believe they split like that! I would send a picture of those to magpul, see if you can get them replaced.
 

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All of the magpul stuff that I have used has been very rugged. I would notify magpul of the problem. Just a caution, If you bought the items on EBAY they are probably Red Chinese fakes and not from magpul.
 

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All of the magpul stuff that I have used has been very rugged. I would notify magpul of the problem. Just a caution, If you bought the items on EBAY they are probably Red Chinese fakes and not from magpul.
Got them at GT Distributors. They are the real deal. Magpul sent me some more, but I didn't use them. They should be one solid piece, The base plate is a hard polymer, and the handle or whatever it's called is rubber and glued on the base.
 
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