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Magpul Industries Corporation is an American designer and manufacturer of high-tech polymer and composite firearms accessories. Magpul Industries takes its name from its first product, the MagPul (Magazine Puller), an accessory for the STANAG magazines used by NATO armed forces, which aids users in pulling magazines from pouches.

User "RJP" writes a review on the Magpul Industries Sling Mount Kit on the "Optics Planet" website on September 9, 2019:

"Bought the Type 1 & 2 for a build I'm working on. The machine and finish on each of these are terrible. Knurling doesn't match the picture, nor one another. Come on Magpul you can't even get something this simple correct? Very frustrating."

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Assemble Line Worker (Former Employee) says

"The pay was horrible, to strict we were constantly being threatened about having to use portable toilet bathrooms we had to clean the place every Friday"

Assembler (Former Employee) says

"This company doesn't care that 90% of its staff is underpaid temps with no benefits, the company culture is wildly toxic and the once weekly catered lunches don't make up for the abusive behavior of the management staff, pitting workers against one another and encouraging conflict between departments so that no one ever focuses their attention on the actual problem: the front office. I saw a colleague of mine literally pass out due to the high temperature on the assembly floor. At the same time there was black mold growing in our water coolers. This job is a hospice for hope. Cons: Everything. Everything else about this job was a miserable nightmare."

Area Lead for Production (Former Employee) says

"Those who are in "management" positions7 have zero leadership in management training whatsoever. The so-called "managers" are just that in name/title. In my military career and work with Marshal Service, in order for one to be a leader/supervisor. manager, one must first know the job that the troops are expected to perform. Cons: Zero morale, zero leadership/management/no chance for advancement"

staff (Former Employee) says

"Cons: long hours from 8 am to 6 pm with unpay overtime to 7-8 pm every month."

Production Worker (Former Employee) says

"There is a reason this is a revolving door and it`s hard for them to hire people. Cons: Management decisions, attitudes, etc . And most of everything else"

Order Picker (Former Employee) says

"safty is ok but training is a joke and almost no advancement at all. management doesn't know how to plan to keep people busy much less willing to fire slackers Cons: laid off 85 people and gave no real reason for it"

Production Worker (Former Employee) says

"-a lot of repetitive motion for your arms"

LINE LEAD (Former Employee) says

"This company may seem ok, but they dont bother to tell you that you will never work for the actual company and will fire hundreds of people without a moment's notice, not bad while your there but never know how long you will stay, they most likely will bring you back away a later date if you want but there is no job security you are just a number"

Production Technician (Former Employee) says

"This position was highly stressful, extremely fast-paced, and management was caught in too many lies. I worked here as a temporary employee because MagPul wouldn't hire me. The working environment is uncomfortable. Cons: Everything but the paycheck"

Sew Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Management had a increase in ego and started to dismiss employees. Commutation was not very good for the changing of the company. Management was not very employee friendly. Cons: management"

Line Associate (Former Employee) says

"It was cool place to work until we got layed off no notice last minute that sucked. If you mind your business and do your work u should be ok, there's a lot of gossip and immature talk but you learn to ignore it."

Line Lead Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"This job wasn’t overwhelming and was an overall decent company as far as work goes."

Freight Specialist (Current Employee) says

"Management team favors specific team members. Managers have little to drive or training. Warehouse is full of unneeded drama."

Assembly Associate (Former Employee) says

"I would start my day at Six in the morning and I would leave at Five at night, I worked Monday thru Friday and some Saturdays, I would spend my day building stocks for guns. The management was ok, the hardest part of the job was when we didn't have an order to work on, so we had to try and find other lines to work on. the most enjoyable part of the job was the people that you worked with, and that you got off at decent times to go and do things."

Spencer says

"They had a decent price on some parts I had been saving up for. I got all the way to the page to enter your credit card info and complete the order, and a ~$10 transaction fee shows up? What is that? I looked through their site for an explanation, but there was none. The extra $10 "transaction fee" didn't make the risk of buying from them to save a few bucks worth it anymore. I'm taking my business to a company that is honest about their prices upfront, and doesn't spring "nickel and dime" fees on you at the last minute (after they have all your personal info)."

Grimm says

"Started to order a CMMG upper but at check out they tried to tack on a 6% "transaction fee" to the bottom line. Whatever that is, I'm not buying. My money went to another company that does use deceitful tactics to inflate their prices."

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