Pro Mag?

This is a discussion on Pro Mag? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by C hawk Glock gasmitty, You have larger stones then I. I can't imagine mixing a Taurus a long with Promags! LOL I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    gasmitty,

    You have larger stones then I. I can't imagine mixing a Taurus a long with Promags! LOL
    I like to live on the edge... (= we all have learning "opportunities" along the way!)
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    I have owned several ProMag mags for a SIG P220R, notice it says "HAVE owned", I no longer own any.......and never will again.

    They were terrible.
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    I have one for my P225. Barely acceptable as a range mag. From what I have read on various forums the big issue with Promags are the springs. Some folks are quite happy with the P225 Promag after they put Wolff springs in them. That being said I don't know how many rounds they have through this combination so I don't know if the extra strength of the spring is decreasing the life of the other magazine components.
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    You convinced me. But it appears mecGar doesn't make a mag for my new firearm.

    Looks like I'll wait for the factory to re-stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns and more View Post
    I just purchased a firearm that came with only one magazine.
    Factory magazines are pricey, but Pro-Mag makes a version.

    What's your experience with Pro-Mag?

    I read a review, and the writer liked the Pro Mag better than the stock.

    The Pro-Mag has a thick base plate (Rubber?) and doesn't look as good as the stock flush fit.
    I have never heard a good word about Promag but I have had several for different guns and have never had a problem. I even had a 10 rounder for a Kahr P9 and it ran better than the OEM mags.

    You can see and feel the difference in quality but they have always run just fine for me.

    Jim

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