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    Magpul IndustriesŪ Enhanced Ejection Port Cover

    MagpulŪ Enhanced Ejection Port Cover

    Quick-Install Ejection Port Cover
    The MagpulŪ Enhanced Ejection Port Cover is a drop-in upgrade designed to provide an improved installation process, physical strength, and corrosion resistance over the standard USGI ejection port cover. Traditional stamped-steel ejection ports are malleable, prone to corrosion, and require tools to install. The Enhanced Ejection Port Cover snaps into place easily without having to remove your handguard or barrel nut, wind any loose springs, or adjust small e-clips. Constructed of impact-resistant injection molded polymer, it is corrosion resistant and will not bend or deform from impacts.

    Features
    Durable, injection-molded polymer construction with corrosion-resistant components

    Installs easily in seconds

    Will not bend or deform from impacts

    Direct replacement for USGI ejection port cover


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    I guess they figured out that Strike Industries had a pretty good idea.

    In any case to me this design is a definite improvement over the standard metal doors.

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    Looks a lot like the Strike Industries U.D.C. Ultimate Dust Cover, metal not injection molded. I put one on a 308 build.
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    I just never realized that there was anything wrong or deficient with standard dust covers.

    The cult like following Foward Controls has on their EPC's is insane to me.

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    The line to fix things that ain't broke is a long one, indeed.
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    Not having to remove a rail or deal with the C clip is definetly a plus...
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    Ordered a few of these on Friday, will post up a short review...
    The best way to survive a violent encounter is to be the one inflicting the most violence.

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    We'll see if this catches on. Lord knows that DD and H&K both got a lot of hate for using plastic ejection port covers, despite pretty compelling reasons articulated as to why they're better than metal ones.

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