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Thread: 10 Round Pro Mag Review

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    10 Round Pro Mag Review

    So earlier this week while browsing some of my local gun shots I picked up a ProMag 10 round magizine. So for $17 USD I figured what the heck I'll try it. The guy at the store says at best it is a range mag. He wasn't kidding. I had a few FTFs and once instance of the slide not locking back on empty on three attempts to use it. If you're looking for a mag to use for malfunction training this seems to be a good Mag for that. I used my ACT and Wilson Combat mag during the same session and didn't have any issues, so (as you guys most likely know already) it definitely was the ProMag.

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    Thanks for the info. Nice to know what doesn't work too.
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    I bought some Chip McCormick 10 rounders last year and was very disappointed ... until I had used them 6 or 7 times each. A little frustrating to run thru break in, but after the effort they are running 100%.

    I would at least try the same thing with the ProMag 10's before I trashed them.

    On the other hand, with my 9mm ... no amount of break in helped the MecGars I bought.

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    There's always the "Tripp Super 9 Upgrade Kit."
    https://www.trippresearch.com/store/store_1911.html
    "Make yourselves sheep and the wolves will eat you." --Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11 Bravo View Post
    There's always the "Tripp Super 9 Upgrade Kit."
    https://www.trippresearch.com/store/store_1911.html
    Interesting. I'll keep this in mind. Thanks.

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