Got a little carried away over the years
8 years maybeJust curious, how long did it take to accumulate all those mags? That's an impressive bunch of 'em. I'm guessing your gun collection must be no less impressive!
I prefer factory magazines over after market and managed to find 4 more for my 4566 but they're pricey.I have a zip lock freezer bag just full of S&W 4506 mags. My dad always said they will get the ammo, & the magazines to get the guns.
Im a tripp fanboyI am a 1911 guy. Grandpa WWI had a 1911, Dad WWII had a 1911A1 and that is what I was issued in the Marines. Anyways over the last 50+ years I got a lot of 1911 magazines. Anyways back then you go to a Yard Sale and people will have 1911 magazines for sale. Gun Shows had great deals on buying 1911 magazines in bulk. I use to shoot IDPA - Combat Competition so I always maintain a lot of magazines.
Now that I am a senior I just have maybe three for each Glock. But the Glock 26 can use all the 9mm magazines.
I’ve never tried the ProMag ones. All my 4506, & 1006 are the oem Mec-Gar magazines. My 1006 mags I only have 4. They are almost $100 a piece on the secondary market.I prefer factory magazines over after market and managed to find 4 more for my 4566 but they're pricey.
ProMag makes 8 and 10 round mags for the 4566 so I may get a couple of their 10 round mags and see how they work out. I've used their mags in my Ruger P89 with no problems.
Ride Safe. Dr.Tramp...........
Two dozen of them I picked up 8,10 years back at Aim surplus,they were LEO trade in and ordering them by the dozen the price for OEM magazines was 4.95 each. 5 of the magazines I dont think had ever been a gun or even a mag pouch and all were in good condition.Does something north of three dozen for the G 22 alone count.