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O.K. I bought some cheap Mags. and it seems that they work fine until they get down to the last three or four rounds and then they don't load the round right, they jam and damage the brass.... Any idea's or fixes for this problem?
Besides Don't Buy Cheap Stuff....
Thanks in advance....
Kevin
 

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Here's my safety Sir
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DMPS Panther AR-15 carbine, 30rd Mag. I can see a Manufacturer.
Thanks
contact DMPS if it is their mags, they have always been good to work with. Here is the link to customer support:
http://www.dpmsinc.com/support/

If not you may need a spring kit upgrade.
 
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Sounds like weak springs. Those are cheap and easy to replace. Might not be worth it in the long run though. A lot of cheap mags are also made of inferior metal and the feed lips will fatigue in time and bend.
 

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I always thought AR mags were made cheep because they were for one time use, I them laying on the ground after the PD uses the range.
Might be worth pickin them up...might get some good spare parts.
 
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