This week, on you can’t be serious…
Normally, I bring you some kind of magical product that you can’t possibly live without. This week, not so much. Need? No. Desire? Now that is an entirely different set of questions.
My searching of all things gun this week has led me down the path to mag wraps. What, exactly, is a mag wrap? It is an overgrown sticker that you put on your magazine. Why on God’s Green Earth would you want that? My answer, why not? Why wouldn’t you want to dress up your magazine?
All joking aside, there are a few legitimate reasons to apply a mag wrap:
- Need your gun so camo that every inch counts? Problem solved. You can buy camouflage mag wraps, including Kryptec patterns.
- Worried about losing your magazine? Pick a unique or stylized pattern and you’ll never have to worry about it getting lost in the field again.
- Do you attend a lot of training classes or train with a stable of other goons? Perfect, a mag wrap will make it very easy to identify your stuff. Not a lot of Gadsden Flag PMAGs floating around on this earth — at least not yet. That may change after this story breaks.
Okay, I know what you’re thinking. All of those issues can also be solved with a liberal coat of paint from a rattle can. But, I ask, where’s the fun in that?
See, I like mag wraps because they are good fun and they allow me to decorate my gun like I decorate my shoes. There are tons of patterns to choose from, everything from flames to Nintendo controllers to gun bunnies and all at a price point starting around $4. Given that, again, I ask why not? Why wouldn’t you wrap up your mag?
Magazine decoration not your thing? No worries. Plenty of other fun stuff at LoadOutLounge.com to help you personalize your man cave. How about a full-sized refrigerator sticker set made of high-quality vinyl? If God forbid you don’t have a beer fridge in the garage, there is also an option for gun safes. If there is anything more legit than having your gun safe covered in tiger stripes, please don’t tell me. My heart can only take so much.
All proceeds from this will go directly to the “Keep Clay Martin’s Raptor Full of Gas” Fund, a 501c3 or maybe it’s a 501c4 FOR PROFIT charity. Available in Tactical Tan (proof of beard required), SEAL RANGER BLACK OPS Black (aka so black it is actually pink), and full-color ARTIC Warfare in case we need to fight the Russians over election hacking.
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