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Nordic Components +18 P Mag Extension Review

Nordic Components +18 P Mag Extension Review

Here I talk about the benefits and critiques of Nordic Components’ product offering. Their mag extension brings a unique round count advantage to standard P-Mags, but will it function? Will it put up to abuse? Will it look awesome? Check out the video.

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Savage One

Savage has been shooting and pursuing the hobby of guns, tinkering, and learning about them. He started a YouTube channel at the beginning of 2007 as an experiment and for fun and it has grown into a kind of hillbilly bubba making gun, ammo, and accessory laboratory since then. He lives and works in and around the Spokane area, where there is a vibrant shooting culture and lots of great places to do it in. He has met and worked with lots of great people in the firearms industry there and plans on exploring that more in his videos in the near future. For now, it's all about shooting things and having fun.


  1. Mark Petrozella

    How could you use these in comps?! Dont you drop your mags? I mean I guess there is a difference between a full mag on concrete and an empty one on grass and soil. But still….

    • Savage Chromasign

      That was more of a passing thought than anything. Could you? Maybe. Should you? Probably not. I like the drop test because it has really shown the difference in build quality. Pmags hold up, pro mags don’t, the extensions sure didn’t. The design with the screws makes for an inherently brake prone design when you are talking about plastic as thin as it is in these. I’ve got some new mags in to test that look really cool, I hope they hold up to the drop test.

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