D&H mags

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D&H mags

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I"ve seen PSA usually run these combos with Pmags
Are D&H mags any good?

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They're good to go. I've got a lot of them.
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D&H is usually OK.
I had a bad batch about 10 years ago, but was given a refund.

The fit and finish of the back seam and heat welds is functional, but not as smooth as OKAY.
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I have a bunch of D&H's and they have all worked fine.
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Never had an issue with them either
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I have some too. No problems.
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The company used to be named Labelle a USGI legacy mag maker. Right up there with Okay, Center etc.

Many of us still prefer USGI mags with the magpul followers to p-mags.
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I also have a number of them and have never had a problem.
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Have not had a problem yet. Comparable to my USGI mags.
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Cause they are USGI mags.
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I'm just chiming in with another they're good to go. They're what I have the most of, bought a bunch on sale.

I have some I put Ranger Plates on, those are nice but some duct tape and a piece of paracord works just as well.
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I've run a few and always worked well.
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royboy1947 wrote: February 6th, 2021, 6:31 pm I've run a few and always worked well.
Same here. Never had a problem with them :D
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I like 'em a lot. Just waiting for a free shipping deal to grab some more.
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