Nope.alphaproduction wrote:Don't say it won't happen, the army had already ban the use of Magpul Mag on it's unit.
They've not banned anything.
Military.com wrote:Army officials acknowledged June 6 that TACOM’s message was poorly written and not intended as a directive on the use of PMAGs. Matthew Bourke, an Army spokesman at the Pentagon responding to questions from Mililtary.com, said the message should have included guidance that the final decision rests with commanders in the field.
“At best, the message is incomplete; at worst the message allows soldiers to jump to the wrong conclusions,” Bourke said. “Maintenance Information Messages [from TACOM] are permissive. They are not an order. They are not a directive. All content and direction in those messages are optional for the recipient.”
Army Now Says No Ban on Rifle Magazines - Military.com
Who's got the next myth?