GearHeadFTW 0 Posted February 16, 2008 Report Share Posted February 16, 2008 (edited) I noticed the more I used my ten rounders, The more I started to get failures to feed rounds. The shell would be angled and jammed up against the barrel. I read all the remedies I could find on here about fixing the problem and tried a few. I still wouldn't have it run 100% all the time. I then noticed something, that I don't' think I ever saw talked about on here. As you can see in the picture below, I have the AGP on the left and the factory mag on the right. The problem I see on mine is the little stub (yellow arrow) has worn down bad, making my mag sit loose against the bottom of the gun and throwing off the shell angle. It looks to me that the tab was put there to change the angle of where the mag would sit (see blue line). Now if you measure the blue line to the steel lip it comes out the same as the factory one (purple lines). Why didn't they just move up those three ridges a little to copy the factory ones angle (instead of red line, blue line)? That way you wouldn't have such a small surface area to wear out. You would have one like the factory one that runs the full length of the magazine. Does anybody have this problem? I bought these at my local gun shop, was I given a older design? Is there a newer design one out now? BTW-> I have never had one problem with the factory magazines. I plan on calling AGP next week, but I would like to get some feed back from members on here about what they think about this. So I have more information on the topic to talk to AGP about. Edited February 18, 2008 by GearHeadFTW Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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