first experience with PMAGs, makes me hate MA AWB more

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10 rd mags are irritating but do have their advantages:
-barrel stays cooler
-burn through less ammo - save $
-easy to count to 10 when loading them
-easy to keep track of round count while at range (total of of rounds = # of mags x 10)
-they're almost always in stock because nobody wants them

don't worry i still hate them
 
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I have a crapload of 30 round mags, and even some 75 round drums, but I still mostly use 10 round mags at the range.

I try to be deliberate with my shooting, and keep track of where my rounds are hitting. Dumping 30 round mags isn't too good for that. It is fun once in a while, though.
 
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I have a crapload of 30 round mags, and even some 75 round drums, but I still mostly use 10 round mags at the range.

I try to be deliberate with my shooting, and keep track of where my rounds are hitting. Dumping 30 round mags isn't too good for that. It is fun once in a while, though.

standard capacity mags are also annoying for shooting off the bench. I always own at least one low capacity mag for sighting in the gun.
 
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