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MILSIG Magazine Connector

Product Code: MSIG-MC-001
$14.95

MILSIG Magazine Connector

Product Code: MSIG-MC-001
$14.95
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Easily connect two Milsig magazines together of easy reloading in the field.

Milsig Part # MC-001

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  1. Double your paint fire-power

    Posted by John Falto on 12th Feb 2018

    The couplers are well made, sturdy and in reality you don't need tools to open or close the fasteners, however I would recommend it none the less. The couplers have a notch which means you can only align a mag a certain way. Because of the winding crank you will need to offset the mags a bit to give you access, to load. Also I would put a little bit of rubber cement on the inside of the coupler that is actually touching the mag. Although I have tightened them, I noticed that a mag will slip a bit while handling.

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    Easily connect two Milsig magazines together of easy reloading in the field.

    Milsig Part # MC-001
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    1. Double your paint fire-power

      Posted by John Falto on 12th Feb 2018

      The couplers are well made, sturdy and in reality you don't need tools to open or close the fasteners, however I would recommend it none the less. The couplers have a notch which means you can only align a mag a certain way. Because of the winding crank you will need to offset the mags a bit to give you access, to load. Also I would put a little bit of rubber cement on the inside of the coupler that is actually touching the mag. Although I have tightened them, I noticed that a mag will slip a bit while handling.

Easily connect two Milsig magazines together of easy reloading in the field.

Milsig Part # MC-001

Product Reviews

Write Review

  1. Double your paint fire-power

    Posted by John Falto on 12th Feb 2018

    The couplers are well made, sturdy and in reality you don't need tools to open or close the fasteners, however I would recommend it none the less. The couplers have a notch which means you can only align a mag a certain way. Because of the winding crank you will need to offset the mags a bit to give you access, to load. Also I would put a little bit of rubber cement on the inside of the coupler that is actually touching the mag. Although I have tightened them, I noticed that a mag will slip a bit while handling.

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