Thanks for the heads up, but I recommend staying WAY away from the korean mags. Maybe for range use but I wouldn't trust my life with them.
Have you use one before?Webphisher said:Thanks for the heads up, but I recommend staying WAY away from the korean mags. Maybe for range use but I wouldn't trust my life with them.
^^ agreedI love the avatar pic!
I would simply stand clear on the aftermarket mags. I have never seen any long lasting good reviews.
I have 2 and my brother has 2 that we use at the range for the last 3 years with many rounds fired with no issues ..........I only use them at the rangeHave you use one before?
[rant]Don't take this personally because it isn't meant that way, but post like that are useless. I see them every where. [/rant]good link, but I also recommend staying FAR away from the Korean mags.... heard a lot of bad things about them, but when my life is on the line, I'd rather spend the extra $20 and make sure I get Glock factory mags
What equipment do you use to reload? I just got a lot I brass and need powder, primers, etc... To start reloading.shaker223 said:I have a couple of them. No issues. I put a +2 base and it now actually holds 20 rounds (+3). No funtionality issues. This mag is a range only mag.
I actually bought 1000 9mm and 1000 .45 plated projectiles from this supplier. Shipping was a flat $6 and they had a 5% discount code too. Seems to be pretty good communication as well. I received a shipping confirmation a few hours later.
Thanks for the heads up. Bookmarked!!
I have 7 kci mags an I shoot in a lot of gun shoots and I have only had one bad mag and all it needed was some oil.Support Gunner said:Here is one review of the KCI mags: http://www.civiliantacticalweapons.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=187:kci-magazines&catid=1:latest&Itemid=9
There are mixed reviews of this mag. Some people like it, others wont trust their life's with it. I personaly just stick to factory glock mags. Some web sites how them cheaper then other, just got to shop around!