Does this magazine make me look fat? (pic intensive)

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    I love how its a 'compact' gun that you've got the big mag in... Kinda like ordering a 64 oz. 'diet' soda.

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    Yeah, just carry with the 33 round mag and nobody will notice.

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    If you carry that magazine in the appendix position, you'd probably get a lot of dates!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maclean3 View Post
    For most folks, myself included, carrying a spare magazine is rarely about the perceived need for more ammo than what's in the gun, it's a safeguard against a magazine related failure that would otherwise render your weapon a paperweight. Broken mag springs, base plate flies off, etc. it's all about anticipating Mr. Murphy - which is why we carry in the first place.
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    My thoughts and feelings on spare ammo exactly. I carry not because I think I might get into a protracted gunfight. But because if I have only one magazine with me, the one in the gun, and I have a magazine malfunction of any kind, I have no backup plane or equipment. I never carry without a reload.
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    Hmmm... Looks like a little pharmaceutical enhancement there.

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    I shouldn't, but....

    Is that a magazine in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?

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    Heh...
    I've vaguely thought about putting a +2 extension on my G17 mags. hm..20 rnds in a gun sounds pretty nice.
    Benjamin Franklin once said, "he that would supplant a little liberty for a little safety deserves neither".

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    I must agree with most of the other posters that an extra mag is mainly incase of a mag failure. However I can see were 10 rounds may not be enough but 33 roundsseems just a bit extreme unless you plan on beating them with the damn thing. Then by all means go for it. As for the pics standing your fine bending you will print BIG TIME.
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    Obvious to us your carrying; but, to the general public not.

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    That last pic made me LOL.

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    I wish they made mags like that for my Sig 239.
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    That is a huge magazine. You should carry that as a spare instead, just tape it to your arm and wear long sleeves and you're good to go! [I really am just horsing around]

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    Wow! You carry a extra mag that hold a box (20) and a half.

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    LOL 33rd mag, awesome

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