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Knight_Shadow  [Member]
7/28/2006 6:30:21 PM
i put this in the Texas forum becouse they are found at Texas gun shows.

Howdy folks, I put this post up to warn people about the lack of customer service from Clips-R-Us. Back on 5/20/2006 at a Houston gun show. I bought 2 Western 20 round SKS magazines from Clips-R-Us for $28.00. The young lady was very nice and helpful. She put up with me looking at different magazines without any attitude.

I bought 2 so I could test them before buying more. Turns out that was a good thing. When I got them home I ran into problems right away. One magazine would not feed and the other broke the rear tab off when I tried to put it in my SKS. After no response from emails and fax. I finally talked with someone on the phone after several tries. Mark was polite and asked me to send the magazines back. The 1st attempt to return the magazines, I used return receipt received and the package was sent back to me. The 2nd attempt was delivered on 06/14/2006. I did not use return receipt received. I used delivery confirmation.

After not hearing from them for over a week I started trying to call again. Most of the time I get voice mail or voice mailbox full messages. After about 2 weeks of this I finally talked to someone. She did not know if they had received the box yet and had to check on it. Now it is 7/24/2006 and I still have not received a refund and I am still trying call and getting no answer. When I do speak Susan she is polite but I get the same thing, check in to it. I will update this if anything changes.

Clips-R-Us is out of Corpus Christi. The address comes back to a One-Stop Mail Service store. I believe that is why my 1st attempt to return the magazines “return receipt received” was sent back to me. Clips-R-Us can be found at Texas guns shows. They are one of the larger magazine dealers you will find at the shows. Below is a picture of the display cases they use.

You have been warned!
pictures of paper work and magazines can be found here.

if the pictures do not work, i exceeded bandwidth. it's a free host so i can't bitch.


UPDATE 08/05/2006
I was able to make it out to the fun show today. short story, talked with a different lady working the booth today.
She made a phone call then gave me my 28 bucks back. I still feel that Clips-R-Us customer service needs major improvement!

I have updated the page I put up.
JFP  [Member]
7/28/2006 6:39:07 PM
I've bought plenty of items from them with no problems. You, on the other hand, bought sketchy mags and have had issues....
astro  [Team Member]
7/28/2006 8:16:33 PM
Regardless of the quality of mags bought, they should do a better job of communicating and making things right.
Knight_Shadow  [Member]
7/28/2006 9:36:18 PM
damn guess i should have check with the BBB.

Customer Experience

Based on BBB files, this company has an unsatisfactory record


BBB Definition:

unsatisfactory record - A company has an "unsatisfactory business performance record" with the Bureau is based on the experiences reflected in BBB files. This file condition results when the company has failed to resolve or respond to complaints, repeatedly failed to respond or resolve issues in a timely manner, failed to resolve the underlying issues for a pattern


BBB Definition:

pattern - More than 2 complaints involving the same allegations usually within 12 months that are significant in relation to the company's size and volume of business.

of complaints, failed to honor their commitment to mediate or arbitrate disputes or honor mediated agreements or arbitrated decisions, failed to substantiate, modify or discontinue false advertising claims that are challenged by the BBB, or failed to discontinue unauthorized use of the BBB name and logo, a Federally protected trademark.

with the Bureau due to failure to respond to a complaint.

source BBB:
worf.usshurdman.com/~corpus/commonreport.html?bid=35956
terrydavis  [Member]
7/28/2006 10:13:59 PM
Exactly what did they state their return policy was? From your description of the purchase, you had a good idea these may not be the best magazines out on the market. You knowingly took a chance. Then you took them home and broke one of them. Maybe it was a faulty magazine, maybe not. In my expierence all aftermarket SKS magazines need to be tweaked before they work. Warrenty claims need to be taken up with the manufacture not the person who sells them unless Clips-R-Us stated otherwise. They are hard to get in contact with because they are at gunshows through out the United States. They have as many as four different setups at any one time. One might be on the West Coast, another on the East Coast and the nice young lady you referred to is attending college and isn't arround to answer the phone. Your mail may sit in the mail box for weeks or months before someone picks it up. The BBB report has one complaint in the last 36 months. They got an "unsatisfactory" because they failed to respond to the BBB within 21 days. Who knows what happened with the customer. Remember they are out of the state for extended periods of time. You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.
Knight_Shadow  [Member]
7/28/2006 10:42:45 PM

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
Exactly what did they state their return policy was? From your description of the purchase, you had a good idea these may not be the best magazines out on the market. You knowingly took a chance. Then you took them home and broke one of them. Maybe it was a faulty magazine, maybe not. In my expierence all aftermarket SKS magazines need to be tweaked before they work. Warrenty claims need to be taken up with the manufacture not the person who sells them unless Clips-R-Us stated otherwise. They are hard to get in contact with because they are at gunshows through out the United States. They have as many as four different setups at any one time. One might be on the West Coast, another on the East Coast and the nice young lady you referred to is attending college and isn't arround to answer the phone. Your mail may sit in the mail box for weeks or months before someone picks it up. The BBB report has one complaint in the last 36 months. They got an "unsatisfactory" because they failed to respond to the BBB within 21 days. Who knows what happened with the customer. Remember they are out of the state for extended periods of time. You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Sounds like you know them very well. As for the nice young lady, She is not the one I spoke with on the phone. I talked with Mark once and Susan a few times. Mark told me too send them in and they would replace or refund them. I did and they have not done anything else about it. Now I am letting people know so they do not waste their money. From what I can find out Susan is the owner of clips-r-us.

I do realize that 99% of the venders at guns shows do it as a part time job or side job for extra cash. That’s why I have waited so long on saying anything.
zdauexs  [Member]
7/29/2006 12:29:23 AM
As said in a previous post, quality of the product is not the issue here. Customer service is. If they have a problem answering inquiries in a timely fashion then maybe they should try to resolve THEIR communication problem. I bet if I called or mailed an order in, it would be processed in a timely fashion!

I would not call this a "smear campaign". Wanting resolution, yes.

I plan on picking up several different mags in September at Market Hall, I'll be sure to pass on their table.
terrydavis  [Member]
7/29/2006 12:59:51 AM

Originally Posted By zdauexs:
As said in a previous post, quality of the product is not the issue here. Customer service is. If they have a problem answering inquiries in a timely fashion then maybe they should try to resolve THEIR communication problem. I bet if I called or mailed an order in, it would be processed in a timely fashion!

I would not call this a "smear campaign". Wanting resolution, yes.

I plan on picking up several different mags in September at Market Hall, I'll be sure to pass on their table.


What resolution? He breaks a magazine and doesn't know how to fit the other one. He didn't reply to the question of whether a warranty was expressed, I'm assuming one wasn't. It isn't the seller's responsibility, it is the manufacturer's.
Knight_Shadow  [Member]
7/29/2006 1:21:32 AM
I was told when i got them, if i had any problems contact clips-r-us. as long as i did not shoot them they would take care if them.

if you look at the picture you can tell it was a very poor spot weld.

as for terrydavis, i am not going to get in it with you. you can think whatever you want.
FALARAK  [Moderator]
7/29/2006 2:38:56 AM

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Terry - posting one's experiences... is hardly a smear campaign. You get that.... right?

terrydavis  [Member]
7/29/2006 9:26:38 AM

Originally Posted By FALARAK:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Terry - posting one's experiences... is hardly a smear campaign. You get that.... right?



I do, when only one side of the story is given. He admits he had reservations about these magazines before he bought them. He breaks one and can't fit the other. Now he wants his money back. He post on this forum and has his own little blog with the intent of harming their business. He post the BBB report, which has only one negative report in the last 36 months, stating he should have read it first. Yeah, I think he is working up to a real smear campaign. We are only hearing one side of this, don't you think we should hear the other?
VaniB  [Member]
7/29/2006 10:32:28 AM
THIS AIN'T THE HOME DEPOT!

Maybe my being a 52 year old geaser, I've got some years of experience to know already how it goes when you buy stuff from a "Tom, Dick and Harry's Trading Post". You gotta know what you're buying, and always assume the sale is permanent.

First off, I will ALWAYS opt to send defective products back to the manufacturer. If an item is generic and unmarked (like yours evidently is), then I patiently wait to the next gun show to visit the same vendor once again and see if I can get satisfaction. Most of the time, these kinds of problems are petty to vendors, and they don't bat an eye lash to make it right. Chances are, if they told you they would make good, then they will keep there word.

Yea, it'd be nice if every seller responded in a positive manner as you desired......but like I said; THIS AIN'T THE HOME DEPOT!

tvc184  [Member]
7/29/2006 10:54:19 AM

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
I do, when only one side of the story is given. He admits he had reservations about these magazines before he bought them. He breaks one and can't fit the other. Now he wants his money back. He post on this forum and has his own little blog with the intent of harming their business. He post the BBB report, which has only one negative report in the last 36 months, stating he should have read it first. Yeah, I think he is working up to a real smear campaign. We are only hearing one side of this, don't you think we should hear the other?


A smear campaign is an action that reports things out of context, tells lies/rumors or bring up unrelated issues to take the discussion away from the real issue. If Knight_Shadow starts talking about things he has heard from friends or about the owners personal problems, that would be a smear campaign. If he posted a comment about the owner cheating on his wife, that would be a smear campaign as it has nothing to do with discussion and tends to cast a bad light on the person for an unrelated issue. If Knight_Shadow is telling lies then that would be a smear campaign. Reporting your personal experiences is not a smear campaign.

You defend the company by saying that you have only heard one side of the story. Before that however, you said that the only reason the company got a negative rating from the BBB was for failing to tell their side of the story on a prior complaint in a timely manner. It sounds like we may never hear the other side of the story considering their only track record with the BBB. What a great defense you have proposed. Their bad record with the BBB is because they failed to tell their side of the story when contacted but then chastise Knight_Shadow becauses we have failed to here the company's side of the story.

The main issue that Knight_Shadow has posted was with customer service. Unless he has outright lied, he has contacted the company several times. I would be satisfied that the company just told me that they are not responsible and to contact the manufacturer. At least I would know where to turn next.

In one of your posts, you say that at least 50% of the problem belongs to Knight_Shadow because he had reservations. That would sure be a great excuse for any company. I can see it now, yes you bought our $40,000 car and yes we are partly to blame for it not working but you had reservations about buying it to begin with so we will not service it. If it is 100% the fault of the customer, then it is on him. If a company is to blame for a faulty product at any percentage of the responsibility, then good business practice would say that you fix it. While it is true that Knight_Shadow said he spent only $28, the principle is the same. I don't think there is a dollar cutoff for customer service. If you go into a fast food restaurant and order a $2 sofa drink and it is flat, when you bring it back to the counter to get it replaced do they deny you by saying that you are only out $2?

You are correct, there is a smear campaign going on here but the only smear campaign is the one you are running on Knight_Shadow for having the audacity to report a problem with a company that apparently you like. Shame on you Knight_Shadow, quit reporting your experiences.
cjklekar  [Member]
7/29/2006 12:14:31 PM
I have bought many a magazines from this gun show vendor that Knight_Shadow refers to without issues.

Now I did once buy an after market glock magazine from them that did not work. I just took my lumps on the purchase and moved on. Will I buy from them again? Yes, I will. I always look upon a purchase at a gun show as a buyer beware type purchase.

I empathize with you Knight_Shadow and understand your concern. And I don't think you expressing your concerns on this forum is tantamount to a 'smear campaign'. After all, isn't this what forums are all about?

Good luck with your dealings with them.
338winmag  [Team Member]
7/29/2006 2:22:48 PM
I'm a 51 year old geezer, and I would have handled this a little differently. I would have waited until the next gunshow, and put the magazine in my back pocket, and had a visit with them. It is alot easier to blow someone off either over the phone, or through the mail than face to face. In fact, you might want to pay them a visit at the next gunshow.
If I was Knight_Shadow, I would be asking who is this Terrydavis, and why does he have a dog in this fight?

Edit for spelling.
astro  [Team Member]
7/29/2006 2:45:33 PM

Originally Posted By 338winmag:
I'm a 51 year old geezer, and I would have handled this a little differently. I would have waited until the next gunshow, and put the magazine in my back pocket, and had a visit with them. It is alot easier to blow someone off either over the phone, or through the mail than face to face. In fact, you might want to pay them a visit at the next gunshow.
If I was Knight_Shadow, I would be asking who is this Terrydavis, and why does he have a dog in this fight?

Edit for spelling.


Good advice and insight.

ETA: Obviously the wisdom of geezerhood.

tvc184  [Member]
7/29/2006 4:26:32 PM

Originally Posted By astro:

Originally Posted By 338winmag:
I'm a 51 year old geezer, and I would have handled this a little differently. I would have waited until the next gunshow, and put the magazine in my back pocket, and had a visit with them. It is alot easier to blow someone off either over the phone, or through the mail than face to face. In fact, you might want to pay them a visit at the next gunshow.
If I was Knight_Shadow, I would be asking who is this Terrydavis, and why does he have a dog in this fight?

Edit for spelling.


Good advice and insight.

ETA: Obviously the wisdom of geezerhood.


I am only 50, is that a geezer? I would have probably handled it like 338winmag by seeing them at another show or just writing it off as a loss. I have lost more than $28 in a deal before. That doesn't seem to be the problem. He chose to contact them and they seem to be putting him off. Like I said earlier, I would have been satisfied that they referred me to the manufacturer of the product and moved on. I don't care what you tell me, just don't lie to me or propose a resolution and then not follow through. I would rather a dealer just tell me to go screw myself and I could take it as a bad deal and not do business with them again.
Johninaustin  [Team Member]
7/30/2006 9:28:18 AM
Bought from them before many times, will buy from them again. Nice folks and never had any problems.
Timanator  [Member]
7/30/2006 10:28:44 AM
Most of their stuff is branded, and you can research on the brands before you buy it.


If you have a receipt, they will let you exchange.
eklikwhoa  [Team Member]
7/30/2006 11:03:53 AM
i buy mags that i research and know should be good, when i buy iffy mags i expect iffy performance.

i have bought from them and though i never mail ordered i have had good customer service in person at the shows. bought a few butler creek hotlips that didnt work and they swapped them out for steellips plus difference with no question asked.

photokirk  [Team Member]
7/30/2006 2:20:06 PM
I've spent a couple hundred with them over the years, never a problem. I probably would have just brought the mag and the receipt to the next show.

As a rule though, 30-round SKS mags suck.
Babycat  [Team Member]
7/30/2006 4:00:29 PM
Just bought some "CLIPS" for my AK at yesterdays show. I have always had pleasent dealings with the young lady who is always there. I havent had any problems. I guess until I do, ill keep shopping with them.
Loudog75  [Member]
7/31/2006 6:05:31 AM
I buy from them at least once every year. also picked up one of those crappy sks mags. the rear tab broke off of mine also.

I was comfortable buying because I had the expectation the mag might be crap anyway. But that isn't to say they should give bad customer service. Thats just bad business.
Tonster  [Team Member]
7/31/2006 12:08:50 PM

Originally Posted By FALARAK:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Terry - posting one's experiences... is hardly a smear campaign. You get that.... right?




Ahhh it just Terry....Everyone knows what he is...
Any issue a customer has with a dealer HAS to be the customer's fault. Period EOS with this guy.
Too bad that type of thinking has this type of outcome

FWIW I'm sure its a good thing you never mention that you own a gun store
plarkinjr  [Team Member]
7/31/2006 1:39:48 PM
Buying magazines from an outfit that calls them "clips" is just ASKING for trouble.... I've had no dealings with them - just sharing why I pretty much pass on by their table.... YMMV, blah blah blah.
terrydavis  [Member]
7/31/2006 2:48:42 PM

Originally Posted By Tonster:

Originally Posted By FALARAK:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Terry - posting one's experiences... is hardly a smear campaign. You get that.... right?




Ahhh it just Terry....Everyone knows what he is...
Any issue a customer has with a dealer HAS to be the customer's fault. Period EOS with this guy.
Too bad that type of thinking has this type of outcome

FWIW I'm sure its a good thing you never mention that you own a gun store


A smear campaign, yes. Posting in this forum, posting a Blog, bringing up a BBB Report of one non responsive incident in the last 36 months, stating he might have passed if he had read this sooner. That is relating your story, that is trying to intentional harm to a business.

I didn't state it was his fault. I said it was 50% his fault. I am balance, perhaps you think it is always the dealer's fault, I don't. So I take up for dealers.

I don't mention I have a gunshop because I did once and all hell broke loose. Seems I can't mention that because I am not a dealer on AR15.com. I am simply respecting the rules. Why do you want to try and and make it more sinister than it is? After all I do use my real name Terry Davis, instead of hiding behind some made up user name. This is one of the sites where I do see a prejudice against dealers. So, I speak up.
Tonster  [Team Member]
7/31/2006 9:36:49 PM

Originally Posted By terrydavis:

Originally Posted By Tonster:

Originally Posted By FALARAK:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Terry - posting one's experiences... is hardly a smear campaign. You get that.... right?




Ahhh it just Terry....Everyone knows what he is...
Any issue a customer has with a dealer HAS to be the customer's fault. Period EOS with this guy.
Too bad that type of thinking has this type of outcome

FWIW I'm sure its a good thing you never mention that you own a gun store


A smear campaign, yes. Posting in this forum, posting a Blog, bringing up a BBB Report of one non responsive incident in the last 36 months, stating he might have passed if he had read this sooner. That is relating your story, that is trying to intentional harm to a business.

I didn't state it was his fault. I said it was 50% his fault. I am balance, perhaps you think it is always the dealer's fault, I don't. So I take up for dealers.

I don't mention I have a gunshop because I did once and all hell broke loose. Seems I can't mention that because I am not a dealer on AR15.com. I am simply respecting the rules. Why do you want to try and and make it more sinister than it is? After all I do use my real name Terry Davis, instead of hiding behind some made up user name. This is one of the sites where I do see a prejudice against dealers. So, I speak up.


So what your saying is that if someone buys goods from the local gunshop and the product is substandard it is the customers fault (at least 50%). How ???
Are they at fault for trusting the dealer to carry quality products or should they expect everything the dealer sells to be substandard junk? If the product is substandard why sell it?
When a company sells something as new the goods or services you purchased are covered by the normal consumer protection laws. These say that the goods must be of satisfactory quality, fit for any specified purpose and as described.
Guarantees do not replace these rights; they are in addition to them.
Caveat Emptor just doesn't fly in today retail world
terrydavis  [Member]
7/31/2006 10:38:52 PM

Originally Posted By Tonster:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:

Originally Posted By Tonster:

Originally Posted By FALARAK:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Terry - posting one's experiences... is hardly a smear campaign. You get that.... right?




Ahhh it just Terry....Everyone knows what he is...
Any issue a customer has with a dealer HAS to be the customer's fault. Period EOS with this guy.
Too bad that type of thinking has this type of outcome

FWIW I'm sure its a good thing you never mention that you own a gun store


A smear campaign, yes. Posting in this forum, posting a Blog, bringing up a BBB Report of one non responsive incident in the last 36 months, stating he might have passed if he had read this sooner. That is relating your story, that is trying to intentional harm to a business.

I didn't state it was his fault. I said it was 50% his fault. I am balance, perhaps you think it is always the dealer's fault, I don't. So I take up for dealers.

I don't mention I have a gunshop because I did once and all hell broke loose. Seems I can't mention that because I am not a dealer on AR15.com. I am simply respecting the rules. Why do you want to try and and make it more sinister than it is? After all I do use my real name Terry Davis, instead of hiding behind some made up user name. This is one of the sites where I do see a prejudice against dealers. So, I speak up.


So what your saying is that if someone buys goods from the local gunshop and the product is substandard it is the customers fault (at least 50%). How ???
Are they at fault for trusting the dealer to carry quality products or should they expect everything the dealer sells to be substandard junk? If the product is substandard why sell it?
When a company sells something as new the goods or services you purchased are covered by the normal consumer protection laws. These say that the goods must be of satisfactory quality, fit for any specified purpose and as described.
Guarantees do not replace these rights; they are in addition to them.
Caveat Emptor just doesn't fly in today retail world


Quoted from the orginal post:
"I bought 2 so I could test them before buying more."

He had doubts in his mind before the purchase. He wanted to test them. I guess he wanted to test them on someone elses dime. Really, all I'm defending here is that Clip-R-Us is is not on this board to defend themselves.
sheltot  [Team Member]
8/1/2006 9:24:23 PM

Originally Posted By terrydavis:

Originally Posted By Tonster:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:

Originally Posted By Tonster:

Originally Posted By FALARAK:

Originally Posted By terrydavis:
You need to stop your smear campaign, at least 50% of the blame is yours.


Terry - posting one's experiences... is hardly a smear campaign. You get that.... right?




Ahhh it just Terry....Everyone knows what he is...
Any issue a customer has with a dealer HAS to be the customer's fault. Period EOS with this guy.
Too bad that type of thinking has this type of outcome

FWIW I'm sure its a good thing you never mention that you own a gun store


A smear campaign, yes. Posting in this forum, posting a Blog, bringing up a BBB Report of one non responsive incident in the last 36 months, stating he might have passed if he had read this sooner. That is relating your story, that is trying to intentional harm to a business.

I didn't state it was his fault. I said it was 50% his fault. I am balance, perhaps you think it is always the dealer's fault, I don't. So I take up for dealers.

I don't mention I have a gunshop because I did once and all hell broke loose. Seems I can't mention that because I am not a dealer on AR15.com. I am simply respecting the rules. Why do you want to try and and make it more sinister than it is? After all I do use my real name Terry Davis, instead of hiding behind some made up user name. This is one of the sites where I do see a prejudice against dealers. So, I speak up.


So what your saying is that if someone buys goods from the local gunshop and the product is substandard it is the customers fault (at least 50%). How ???
Are they at fault for trusting the dealer to carry quality products or should they expect everything the dealer sells to be substandard junk? If the product is substandard why sell it?
When a company sells something as new the goods or services you purchased are covered by the normal consumer protection laws. These say that the goods must be of satisfactory quality, fit for any specified purpose and as described.
Guarantees do not replace these rights; they are in addition to them.
Caveat Emptor just doesn't fly in today retail world


Quoted from the orginal post:
"I bought 2 so I could test them before buying more."

He had doubts in his mind before the purchase. He wanted to test them. I guess he wanted to test them on someone elses dime. Really, all I'm defending here is that Clip-R-Us is is not on this board to defend themselves.


About the time I joined here, I bought a C Products mag at the Market Hall show. At the time, I knew nothing of them so I only bought one. I had no "doubts" - I had no opinion at all. I don't see where the OP had doubts, he just wanted to test them. Since it isn't a car he can go test drive and they won't let him load up there at the show, it only makes sense to try a sample before committing to buy more.

Second, it now doesn't matter about guarantees or what not, the vendor said he would take care of it and hasn't. That's a man going back on his word, plain and simple.

That is what will keep them off of my list.

ETA: Does anybody recommend going out and blindly buying a case of ammo without sampling a box if they get the chance? Especially the low end import stuff?
Timanator  [Member]
8/2/2006 1:34:11 AM
Very nice


Instead of being the smart educated consumers, we are supposed to blame the dealers for offering a low cost alternative. We just throw in the ignorance card in once we figured out the product is not at the same standards as other market offerings.

Tell that to the 6.8 SPC people if you do your home work and figure out the truth. While your at it, the Beta buyers, the supporters of Tucker.

RenegadeX  [Team Member]
8/2/2006 10:19:42 AM

Originally Posted By sheltot:
Second, it now doesn't matter about guarantees or what not, the vendor said he would take care of it and hasn't. That's a man going back on his word, plain and simple.


No, that is just one side of the story, plain and simple.
LetMeLoose  [Member]
8/2/2006 10:35:28 AM
Thanks for the heads up Knight_shadow. I was planning to get some mags at this upcoming gunshow (GBR). C-products here I come.
brushdog  [Member]
8/3/2006 11:04:01 AM
They have some good deals now and then but lately their prices are a little high. I bought some Triple K pistol mags from them a while back. They didn't work, but I didn't even consider taking it back to them. I contacted the manufacturer and let them know. I sent the mags back to Triple K and they sent me some replacement mags that didn't work either.

The lesson I learned was to research and learn about a product before I buy it. Aftermarket SKS mags are crap.
Knight_Shadow  [Member]
8/6/2006 1:55:29 PM
update in org. post