Not everyone is allowed to have more than 10 rounds. Some states still have that pesky ban, and if you visit there, you better have 10rd mags.
This is a discussion on 10 Rounds mags for a glock 19? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Was just looking around midwayusa.com and noticed these. I'm a bit confused as to why you would want 10 round mags for a gun that ...
Was just looking around midwayusa.com and noticed these. I'm a bit confused as to why you would want 10 round mags for a gun that normally holds 15.
Glock Magazine Glock 19 9mm Luger 10-Round Polymer Black - MidwayUSA
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Most of the time, the 10 round mags cost more.
It's kinda like another tax for living here in California.
Ahhhhhh Kansas! Glad I was able to buy my Glock 19 with 15-round magazines. I suppose if I was limitted to 10 rounds, I would've gotten the Glock 26. While you're shopping getcha a 33 round mag or 2. Nice at the range, not so good for concealed carry.
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I have a ton of 15 round mags for my new Twin set of G-19 Guns in Georgia. It seems that the kids on the Georgia Tech Campus get robbed every week by folks that carry guns off campus......You see me and I am packing...
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Massachusetts here...can't have "hi-cap" mags unless they are pre-ban.
10 round is the standard.
Also 10# triggers.
It's called the Peoples Republic of Kalifornia, New York, etc........
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A GLOCK 19 loaded with 10 rounds would be far from useless.
Some of my single stack carry guns have a smaller capacity than 10, and I am okay with them.
I'm not restricted to any magazine count, but if I was, a 10 rounder in the gun and a 10 rounder in my pocket would be A-Ok.
I picked up a 10 rounder for my 228, and I am currently contemplating a Glock 19, for which I would pick up a 10 rounder as well.
The reason being, I go to California a couple times per year. When I'm there, I like having the gun at my bedside, and also visit the local range. Couldn't do that with the standard 13-15 round mags.
I still have a few left over. After the AWB expired, a local shop was selling new ones for $10 just to get rid of them. Good buy for that price. I'd have bought some if I needed more.
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