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    Cross magazine issues

    Hello,

    Bought a couple pairs of these magazines from CSC, but they arenít working as intended. The follower is narrower than lar-15 and pmags and is causing the bolt catch to slip under the follower causing the magazine to be stuck in the Magwell. Any suggestions? Mac SLR.

    Thanks,

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    Delete the old thread you posted if you can

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    I couldn’t but edited it as “please delete”

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaston111 View Post
    Hello,

    Bought a couple pairs of these magazines from CSC, but they aren’t working as intended. The follower is narrower than lar-15 and pmags and is causing the bolt catch to slip under the follower causing the magazine to be stuck in the Magwell. Any suggestions? Mac SLR.

    Thanks,
    Could you post a picture?

    Are you saying that with the firearm pointed downrange, the bolt catch finger is to the left of the bolt catch boss on the follower?

    We only designed and manufactured these for ar15pistols, we can't say to what specifications, dimensions etc the Mac SLR uses. If the above is correct, it is safe to say that either the bolt catch itself, or the hole in the receiver that the bolt catch mounts to is not to the same specifications as ar15pistols. The entire finger width of the bolt catch should be sitting on the follower bolt catch boss with our mags, in your case it sounds like the entire finger is to the left of the follower boss which means it should be easy to figure out which is the problem as that means it is out by .08"/2mm or more.

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