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Thread: SHOT SHOW Recap & 10/10 CROSS MAG™ Update - January 2019

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    Thanks for the info. It's a good price!
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    I prefer steel 10/30 pistol mags, but I recall shooting a match with coupled 10rd pistol mags and how much of an advantage it gave in reload time. I like that these mags come ready to be coupled, don't have a goofy coupler which may or may not fit, and the angle emulates a regular AR mag.

    I'll be honest with you guys, I've thought these mags were gonna be vapourware for a long time, but it really looks like you're chugging along. Will look forward to buying a few when they hit market.
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    Saw the ar15.com YouTube interview. Looks good

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    Do please keep us posted once these go out to the distributors! Looking to get some before they sell out!

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    Will these lock into place on a closed bolt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greazyjungle View Post
    Will these lock into place on a closed bolt?
    Affirmative. When fully loaded they insert and lock on a closed bolt. They have a reliable bolt hold open and drop freely, all of which can be clearly seen if you look closely in the mag dump videos above.
    Last edited by Cross Industries; 02-01-2019 at 11:34 PM.

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    How robust is the coupling? They appear to go together easily, however will they separate really I easily? What happens if they are ejected to the ground or if they are dropped strongly and the firearm twisted during reload? Will they uncouple at an inopportune time?

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    Following! Very interested in these

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    Quote Originally Posted by freedompro View Post
    How robust is the coupling? They appear to go together easily, however will they separate really I easily? What happens if they are ejected to the ground or if they are dropped strongly and the firearm twisted during reload? Will they uncouple at an inopportune time?
    There is a ramped design within the notches on each coupler. They are designed to go together easily, and require a lot more force when uncoupling. Force needs to be applied in a perfect linear, twisting motion, exactly at the joint for them to uncouple. Dropping / ejecting on the ground does not exert the needed directional motion to uncouple.

    We’ve gotten good at uncoupling... thousands of times daily at Shot Show - we may make it look easy! We should have some out for third party review in the next month, I’d expect a few videos that will will review and detail the coupling feature.

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    Princing?

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