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Who here uses/owns a mag coupler? Are they useful or a waste of cash? I'm aware of the obvious pros (added capacity and ammo availability), but I'm curious of the cons....if any. Thanks.
 
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ive got some for my air soft ARs they are made out of metal and would probably fit my real mags but I've never tried. i do keep 4mags loaded and ready to go in my night stand drawer just in case
 
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cons: added weight

I have a redi-mag on one of my "go-to" carbines, it doesn't couple the mags but allows the carry of a spare. I think it is better than a coupler in case you have a malfunction and have to quickly drop that mag to clear it.

 
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always nice to have, i have one, never use, it, even knowing that, if i DIDNT have one, i would still buy one...
 
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Duct tape :)

Never went that route personally, a pocket or mag pouch works more than fine for me. I don't like the added weight and it really does throw off my balance with the weapon. Mike has all the good toys - show off :) - but I'd consider a stock mag pouch first, just my ever so humble opinion.
 
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