What happens when you leave your AR mags loaded for a long time? We answered that in the previous video but many asked, do they still work? This question comes up and many wonder what happens over time, do the lips spread, springs compress, will the mag still function? Dave found some mags that were loaded in 2005, put them to the test and now is taking a closer to look to see how they have held up. Will the old AR magazines work? Are they ruined?
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