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Custom PMAG Review: A Breon Custom
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Author:  JTNieman [ Sat Sep 29, 2012 4:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Custom PMAG Review: A Breon Custom

Not the normal review, but I was so pleased with the product I figured I'd give a mention.

I'm doing a 300 BLK build over the next some-odd months, and wanted a way to easily, quickly, visually know which mags are 300BLK and which are 5.56, so I don't get mixed up on accident.

I figured it would be best to just buy new, unique to me, mags for the 300BLK since I'm only gonna get a few mags for it. I came across http://www.abreoncustom.com/ with their custom graphic PMAGs. They do grips and stocks too, but I was just wanting mags. I didn't read too much into their process. I'm not sure how he applies the template and does it, but I assume it's a Rit Dye type of thing, but holy shit, this is miles better than any pics I saw on M4Carbine or Arfcom from those people doing it.

The mag I got is tan, dyed black with the American Flag left on it. It struck me how CRISP and SOLID the lines and color is. I assumed it would at least be a BIT blurry or smudged at the graphic lines, but hell no, it's beautifully solid and crisp, just like the website pictures show - no exaggeration.

I only got one mag, but I'm probably going to get a couple more for spares, whenever I'm done with the rifle. They're made to order and turnaround time was fast. I think it was about a week after I placed my order that it was in-hand.

$25 for a mag, yea, but it's cool enough. I thought for that price I would think "Meh" about it but still be happy I had a neat looking mag. Now that I see it, I feel much better about spending $25 on a PMAG. This is titties.


Author:  majorhavoc [ Sat Sep 29, 2012 5:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Custom PMAG Review: A Breon Custom

Jeez, at first I thought you were saying the cost was $25 to customize the mag that you provide, or buy from them. I didn't realize it's $25 for a brand new Pmag with that beautiful graphic.

Honestly, depending on where you buy it, it's not too hard to spend almost that much for the mag itself. $25 strikes me as a bargain. I've seen these pictured in a post here and there, but I had no idea how many different designs and options this guy offers until I followed your link. He's got 44 different designs for the 30 rounders alone. Plus I see that he does custom work. <ahem> ** <cough-customZSlogoPmagsoldatthewebsitestore-cough> **

Cool beans.

Author:  Kutter_0311 [ Sat Sep 29, 2012 7:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Custom PMAG Review: A Breon Custom

Looks nice! Wonder when he'll start doing AK mags...

Author:  Vicarious_Lee [ Sat Sep 29, 2012 7:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Custom PMAG Review: A Breon Custom

Hell, the dipshits at the "pro" shop at Elm Fork Shooting Range that fucked up my Glock rear sight


were selling regular PMags for 25 bucks. That should've been an indicator.

Author:  Resolute [ Wed Oct 03, 2012 5:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Custom PMAG Review: A Breon Custom

majorhavoc wrote:
Plus I see that he does custom work. <ahem> ** <cough-customZSlogoPmagsoldatthewebsitestore-cough> **

Cool beans.

Great idea... I'd buy half a dozen.

Author:  AS556 [ Thu Oct 04, 2012 4:06 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Custom PMAG Review: A Breon Custom

Those came out really clean. Too bad I don't have an AR. I wonder if I sent him a Circle 10 if he'd put a graphic on...would be cool to have some made for a custom Saiga build.

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