Gunmagwarehouse – you have to say it all at once; we’re not sure why. It’s a niche, online store for people like us and those of you who read the site you’re reading now. There are specialty stores for coffee, Legos, LARP swords, and all sorts of other things — why not for pistol and rifle mags? These folks have all kinds of gun magazines for sale.
Anyway, such a wondrous place exists, dear readers. It’s a phenomenal font of fallalery fit to feed the finest of firearms.
Gunmagwarehouse.com is where you’ll find it.
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Gun Mag Warehouse has a stupid vast selection of magazines for just about every kind of mag-fed weapon commonly owned (and likely a few less so). OEM mags from S&W, Glock, SIG SAUER, Springfield Armory, and Ruger; and a wide range of after-market mags too: Magpul, ETS (Elite Tactical Systems), Hexmags, KCI…you’re likely seeing a trend here.
Gunmag Warehouse, as they tell it:
“We invite you to look around and see for yourself why we offer the best in firearm magazines and accessories. Find the ever popular Magpul PMag AR-15 magazine you’ve been looking for or better yet, see the AR-15 100 round magazine you didn’t even know you wanted. Maximize your home defense with the 12 gauge black polymer drum magazines to give you the best carrying capacity for your shotgun, and while you’re at it, browse through our dozens of 1911, semi-automatic, AK, AR-10 and SKS magazines to stock up at the maximum value for you.”
Clips for Sale
It’s a common mistake, the juxtaposition of magazine vs clip, though not one we’re inclined to wax pedantic about. Thankfully, while Gunmag Warehouse is perfectly happy to educate you, they don’t get too melodramatically riled up about it either. As their writer Paul Carlson says,
“It seems that gun enthusiast can get pretty worked up about seemingly silly issues. An example that easily comes to mind is how wound up gun owners can become about the use of proper terminology. More specifically, the misuse of terms like clip in place of the proper term magazine.
I actually can see both sides of the issue.”
“When it comes to media coverage, I don’t trust the general press to get much right, especially when it comes to topics like firearms. Just because I don’t trust them to get it right doesn’t mean they shouldn’t. That is their job after all.
That leads us to the problem. When we as a collective group of firearms owners don’t hold ourselves to a high standard, it is difficult to hold outsiders to a higher standard. In fact, it may be impossible. When it comes to mainstream media reporting on the firearms industry, it seems to be wrong more often than right. More troubling is that the gun industry is often the source for the incorrect information…” Paul Carlson, Safety Solutions Academy, Magazine or Clip
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