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6.8 spc will be especially hurt by a AWB II

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I would think, for this reason: the supply for normal capacity mags (i.e. 25rd) would be extremely limited. You would only have the supply that was already purchased.

Whereas, even after an AWB, there will be a lot of 30rd 5.56mm mags floating around out there.

You know, it's one thing to be hoarding $15 5.56mm mags right now, it's a bit different proposition to be hoarding mags that cost $30-50 each.

I would think that businesses investing in the 6.8spc platform would work hard, to the extent they can, to fight against a future AWB.
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ron169 said:
I will say this, if you are limited to a 10 round magazine capacity, would you rather have 10 rounds of .223 or 10 rounds of 6.8? But then again, I would rather have 10 rounds of 308 :D

Thats one way to look at it though
10 rounds of 458 SOCOM :mrgreen: Mark all your 30 round .223 mags 458 SOCOM. No mods needed.
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