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  1. Don zaidle

    And these are the people lamestream media go to as “firearms experts.”

  2. Roger Tolar

    I don’t see a problem with the photo. I load my magazines backwards all the time, as long as you load the rounds backwards, it’s no problem….JK! Hahahahaha. That’s hilarious.

  3. HSR47

    I’ve seen the argument made elsewhere that the photo of the female officer shows the rifle loaded properly, with an additional loaded magazine adhered to it.

    Given the fact that it would take a large degree of effort to insert a magazine backwards, that the magazine appears to be too long, and that the grooves on the magazine(s) do not appear to line up near where the magazines meet the receiver, I must say that I find this argument convincing.

    1. Dustin Ellermann

      Or it’s too long because it’s jammed in backwards and didn’t seat properly…

  4. B Young

    I scaled the picture and it IS in backwards. You can put a mag in backwards and in the gun I tried if you rocked the mag in place it will go in about 1/2 inch and held firm by friction I even smacked the hand gaurd a couple times and the mag did not fall out. Fit so tight it took the finish off the front side of the mag. Not defending the operater just saying Murphy’s law can not be defeated.

  5. Randy in TX

    This goes to show that nothing is fool proof because fools are too ingenious.

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