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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    I just went to check 44mag.com because they were one of the last sites to have NHTMG mags and figured they may have decent prices on these new Surefeeds...

    Nothing left - almost literally. The site is closing down soon. That sucks.

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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    A relatively brief "announcement" (not really a review) about them...

    https://www.breachbangclear.com/new-...d-ar-magazine/




    Also found this image/ad.
    The consensus on another forum is that these are pre-production mags and the followers differ slightly on production mags.

    Last edited by Emptymag; January 15th, 2019 at 01:12 AM.

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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    Tim from MAC uses them in his most recent video says they are the same USGI mags he used in the Marine Corps with texturing.

    They ran well as expected.

    Personally I don't see what all the fuss is about?

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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    Tim from MAC uses them in his most recent video says they are the same USGI mags he used in the Marine Corps with texturing.

    They ran well as expected.

    Personally I don't see what all the fuss is about?
    Well, they aren't the same if the feed lips are different.
    The bumps may or may not be desirable to everyone, but they make sense to me "on paper" anyway.
    The bumps aren't going to affect function, but a change in the feed lips could, so it's something I'm trying to read up on.
    Apparently they haven't been around long enough to say with 100% certainty, but I'd be surprised if it's going to be an issue.

    The only "fuss" for me is that it looks like an improved USGI mag and I like USGI mags the best.

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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    When I was typing my last post the 2nd picture wasn't added yet with the specs. If GI mags are your thing then cool, as far as the feed lip thing goes I've never had an issue with standard OKAY or D&H mags unless they were bent or damaged so I don't see the need unless it's for the new M855A1 ammo the military is going to switch to now. However I believe Pmag won the contract from here out at least with the USMC since they tested far more reliable over the long term.

    The texturing makes sense to me and more options always equals better unless it's pro mag.

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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    Still running Vietnam era straight 20 round mags with aluminum followers here. Still never had a problem. Cant even remember replacing a spring more then once. If I'd ever consider a 30rnd mag these probly be my first choice.
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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    Quote Originally Posted by DucatiRon View Post
    Still running Vietnam era straight 20 round mags with aluminum followers here. Still never had a problem. Cant even remember replacing a spring more then once. If I'd ever consider a 30rnd mag these probly be my first choice.
    Been using the same 4 for over 15 years for my service rifle rapid fire mags. Other then swabbing them out every couple years no issues and have never failed.
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    Default Re: New Okay Industries Surefeed E2 USGI Mag

    Well, they have reengineered the 30 round mag about a hundred times for feeding and reliability issues. Yet the 20 round straight mags have yet to fail from probly their most original design. I'll keep my 20's. And I even have straight 20 round pmags. Not that I've ever needed to use one yet.
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