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GunMag News -> Magpul PMAG 40 STANAG review + Front Sight Wobble Is Your Friend
The Weaver brand name is well known to sportsmen. The company has been making great optics, scopes and mounts for almost 90 years. And we’ve picked up a great deal on Weaver 3-9x40mm scopes. How good? $49.99.Here’s the scoop. It is an odd time in the firearms industry. Venerable American gun manufacturers are competing to get customers to notice their guns. One of the ways they’re doing this is by partnering with companies like Weaver to provide guns that are already topped with versatile scopes.
Whoever invented the adage, “less is more” never encountered the Magpul PMAG 40 STANAG. While it might not seem like a major achievement to younger shooters, there was a time not long ago that anything over 30 was considered too unreliable for competitive or serious use. So how did Magpul succeed where others failed? Let’s take a closer look inside the PMAG 40 to find out.
I was training with a friend last week. I hadn’t shot with him before, so I didn’t have any idea of his level of skill with a pistol. After placing some targets at about 10 yards and starting to plink, he proceeded to drill the center box out of one of those miniature silhouette targets from Birchwood Casey. I quickly figured out that he’s shot a handgun more than a couple of times in the past.