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All are original but the 1 in 1st pic on bottom is the newer version has the pointed area widened for better traction and reliability, it also has on base plate a smaller release (Push-down button with a hole in middle)! The newer versions came out about 2010 and are made with better/stronger plastic!
 

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I know I am since I have a bunch from 2007 and recently bought some new ones and also got 1 new replacement mag for 1 of my old ones
from FNH which had started cracking! VW I would use the old ones 1st but on all don't slap them in place but use the mag release button and then push in place!
 
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I know I am since I have a bunch from 2007 and recently bought some new ones and also got 1 new replacement mag for 1 of my old ones
from FNH which had started cracking! VW I would use the old ones 1st but on all don't slap them in place but use the mag release button and then push in place!
Grrrrr I hate it when people think they can slap it in! Most don't know it phukks it up.
 

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Welcome!!! :)

First time seeing these.
 
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All are original but the 1 in 1st pic on bottom is the newer version has the pointed area widened for better traction and reliability, it also has on base plate a smaller release (Push-down button with a hole in middle)! The newer versions came out about 2010 and are made with better/stronger plastic!
I agree with VZ
I bought some magazines from FN store and came in with the clean straight arrow and when I compared it with the older stock, it looked like the round arrow head.

Good catch on the push-button/smaller release btw
 
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