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I had a bad start testing my Promag 10 rounders. I have two minis and one was having extraction problems. Today I brought the mags to the range with my other Mini-14. I shot about 120 rounds through 10 magazines. Here's what happened:

I loaded all of the mags with 10 rounds. 9 functioned flawlessly. Not even a problem getting the first round to feed as I reported earlier with my other Mini-14. One of the mags, I had a problem with the last round, it stovepiped pretty bad. It actually bent the round. I tried it again with 10 more rounds, another jam. Then, I pushed the follower up and down several times to see if it was catching on anything. I loaded it with 10 more round two more times. No problems.

Would you keep these? My only fear is that I will see this come up on the other mags too. Maybe I just got luck? Any input?
 

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These worked better than the John Masen ones I tried. I just got done taking apart the Promag 10 rounders. I can see where the front of the follower is hanging up on the side of the mag case on the last round. This, I think, would cause the tip to be low. Out of the 10 mags, 4 show this problem. Although, I only had a failure on one.

Does anyone have comments on the Eagle 10 round mags?
 
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