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How to - Dying Sand colored Magpul PMAG's with RIT Dye

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In this video we explore the colorizing sand colored Magpul PMAGs using RIT dye.

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AndreasN
AndreasN 13 days ago

I would not have thought that it works that way. Have you cleaned the parts prior to cooking in any special way?

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Nobody2u
Nobody2u 2 months ago

That's Brilliant. Thanks For sharing this information and the Video.

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GUNGUY
GUNGUY 4 months ago

That is awesome thanks for sharing. I am going try this in a blue shade

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MCL_39
MCL_39 2 years ago

I gotta try this!

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jp64
jp64 2 years ago

I was looking for a way to set off some 300Blk as dedicated mags as I usually take both the 223 Wylde and 300 Blk to the range. This is far better than the tape I've been using. Off to the Mag Warehouse for some sand colored mags. Thanks for the video

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pink_toaster
pink_toaster 2 years ago

Well crud.... Now I wish I had sand colored mags rather than black.... I'd be dying all mine pretty pink!

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jp64
jp64 2 years ago

I wonder if I got a cheap sand colored frame on sale if this would work. Dye my own brown or dark green or what ever

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Palladius
Palladius 2 years ago

I think this is great and thank you for the video. I've been shooting for a very long time and it nice to people getting creative. I am curious though if you've done any torture testing of these mags after the dye job. I'm a chemist in my day job so I wonder if the process affects the mechanical properties of the mag.

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FireMountainOutdoors
FireMountainOutdoors 2 years ago

I have run thousands of rounds through these mags. The color has held up amazingly. Functionality has been flawless.

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amatti
amatti 2 years ago

Looking good! Will try the same for my range mags! Need to convince the wife now!

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nashwarrick
nashwarrick 2 years ago

Where and what kind of lower is that Luv that look man.....

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FireMountainOutdoors
FireMountainOutdoors 2 years ago

It came from a company called Daytona Defense and Tactical. Not sure if they still make them though

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Bill
Bill 2 years ago

Great information. Opens up a whole new world on color choices for different loads.

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Hotrodrockets
Hotrodrockets 2 years ago

Awesome!

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