NO I like the CP mags jsut fine. I own 6 of them and use them frequently but for target and training only. The loaded mag that is in the gun when I go to be at night and the 5 others in the pouches next to it are PRis. Because if I ever have to pull a trigger more then once the last thing I want to be reliving the rest of my life is the silence when I pull the trigger instead of a boom and seeing my loved ones die all becasue I wanted to go cheap cause they seem to be good enough when I knew for a fact there was something better that was not prohibitively expensive. As RCrandall why he only uses Barretts on duty and CP for practice.. There is not a single person that knows mags that can holds a PRI and a CP and says they are both of equal quality. The fact is if you change to a stronger steel that PRI uses $5 and then upgrade the spring $10 to what PRI uses you are paying very little extra for the PRI label. I am never going to understand why people have trouble spending money on a good barrel and bolt but will buy a $300 hand guard or will have not trouble buying box after box of $20 a box ammo that at least 2 boxes will be gone in one range session but have trouble spending $40 on a mag that will last almost forever.
Match Barrel and LMT E bolt top accuracy useful life 10,000 rounds Cost $500
10,000 round (even reloads @ .35 per round $3,500) factory $8,000
Barrel and bolt cost per round $0.05
Mag life 20,000 and that's only needing a $10 spring change but for the sake of argument $40: $0.002 per round
When you put things in perspective its insignificant the money spent.
Yet an area you can save money that has zero effect on quality or performance and people turn away when you mention annealing their case necks which will double the life of the cases which will cut your case cost by 50% and with only 1K cases pay for itself and that is if you buy the most expensive auto annealer on the market.
Just something to think about.