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I see your point, but I was looking for a cheap magazine for range use so as not to abuse the factory mags I have. I am a little surprised someone hasn't come out with an extended higher capacity mag.
 

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If its not German, its CRAP!
Great 90s SNL reference!


OP, the promags will only frustrate you. You'll just have to pony up for a couple more real ones. Cross Creek has them in stock for a decent price or you can canvas gunbroker and eBay for used ones.
 

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I see your point, but I was looking for a cheap magazine for range use so as not to abuse the factory mags I have. I am a little surprised someone hasn't come out with an extended higher capacity mag.
We've all been there. Try to save a little money, thinking these will just be for "range use". Well, as most of us have "loved and learned" those cheap mags go in the trash can at the range along with your paper targets when you're done shooting.
 

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I see your point, but I was looking for a cheap magazine for range use so as not to abuse the factory mags I have. I am a little surprised someone hasn't come out with an extended higher capacity mag.
PROMAGs are complete junk. Every single magazine they make should be avoided.
 

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Thanks again guys! I bought two "German made" magazines from cross creek. As always, this site is a great source of information and humor.
 

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The promags aren't even good enough for malfunction drills. I've had them tie up the gun to the point I had to dissassemble the pistol to remove them. Absolute junk.
 

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We've all been there. Try to save a little money, thinking these will just be for "range use". Well, as most of us have "loved and learned" those cheap mags go in the trash can at the range along with your paper targets when you're done shooting.
They are SH**, I bought some Promags for my M11 and they don't even fit in the gun. Buy original mags for proper performance.

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The new "German" mags arrived and they look great! Thanks guys!
You made the right choice. Not only do they look great......they will work great!
 
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