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Old 03-27-2018, 03:56 AM   #1
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Custom AR-15 Magazine: USMC Colors

Hi All,

I saw this article about dying Magpul PMAGs:
The Ultimate Rit Dye Guide for Dyeing your Magpul PMAG - The Mag Life
And was just looking at my magazines one day when it sorta hit me: coloring the "ridge" along the back of a PMAG would make for a nice accent.

I couldn't quite get the colors to match, but here it is -- my Magpul PMAG dressed up in US Marine Corps colors:


I know, call me a motard -- but I thought it a nice departure from the same ol' black AR15 mag.
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Old 03-27-2018, 09:28 AM   #2
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You must have used camo 'cause no one can see it.
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I like the idea of dying the magazines. I have a couple of sand colored PMAGs that don't really match the color of my FDE rifle. I use red anodized magazines to keep the loaded .300 BLK magazines separate from the loaded 5.56 magazines; dying the sand colored magazines scarlet or flame looks like a cheap and easy option.
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