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Thread: Videos: 10/10 CROSS MAG™: 2 Mags, 4 Configurations!

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    Tagged for interest. Looks like a great product I would spend money on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
    When coupled in the curved config., do they fit standard mag pouches?
    You bet!

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    Random question, do you guys ever have plans to do a blank extension on the bottom? Nothing against your guys' product but I will personally never use coupled mags like these, but if they were a solid 10 round pistol mag with an extension to mimic standard 30 round mag sizes I would be all over these.
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    That's actually pretty awesome. Way better than the current LAR15 coupling options. Would buy!

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    Can't wait for a couple!

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    Due to the design of the coupler an extension would need to be made from multiple pieces, like the magazine already is. It wouldn't end up being less expensive than buying a second mag.

    Running the bottom mag empty (as an extension) will mimic standard 30rd mags - this is going to be the most immediate reliable solution if you want a full profile but don't want to run coupled mags.

    There are no immediate plans for a blank extension due to our initial focus being on the immediate scope at hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cross Industries View Post
    Due to the design of the coupler an extension would need to be made from multiple pieces, like the magazine already is. It wouldn't end up being less expensive than buying a second mag.

    Running the bottom mag empty (as an extension) will mimic standard 30rd mags - this is going to be the most immediate reliable solution if you want a full profile but don't want to run coupled mags.

    There are no immediate plans for a blank extension due to our initial focus being on the immediate scope at hand.
    Without going on and on about the training issue, a good simple solution is a"cap" that goes over the feed lips of the bottom mag so it can work as a floor plate.

    But a dedicated extension with the appropriate curvature will be the cat ass.


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    A feed lip cover of sorts would certainly be easier and much more cost effective.

    Before anyone gets too excited though, let's wait and see how the impact testing videos turn out

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    X100 happy to pay $ for this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greentips View Post
    Without going on and on about the training issue, a good simple solution is a"cap" that goes over the feed lips of the bottom mag so it can work as a floor plate.

    But a dedicated extension EQUAL IN WEIGHT TO A FULL 30 RD MAG with the appropriate curvature will be the cat ass.
    Corrected your statement Greentips.

    We'll be following these with great interest.

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