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Should I panic buy some glock 19 15rd magazines? Everywhere I checked online says they are out of stock. I just picked up 1 mag for 27 dollars, should I go back and buy the rest? Is it really necessary to worry about my magazines wearing out?
"The Nation that makes a great distinction between its scholars and its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools." - Thucydides
They will eventually wear out, but it takes a while. I personally would (and did) buy all the magazines I need now, because even if they aren't banned the price may very well go up as the demand does.
I have a very strict gun control policy: if there's a gun around, I want to be in control of it.
I did for my glocks. I got them before they sold out here.I bought the larger mags for my glock 27 and the same for the glock 26
I would consider "strategic planning" buying them. Panic buy, no.
I like that.. I think I will buy them "strategically". For some reason my LGS has a rack full of glock mags, and the best part is they didn't jack the prices up. I'll have to go back after class and pick up a few more.
My strategic buying of mags and all other needed items to make ammo to go into those mags started 5 years ago, with the previous session in the mid 90's. I have drawers full now with lots of spare springs and followers. I also just bought 3 more pounds of Unique last weekend. My last shipment of Ranger T's arrived Election Day.
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Picked up two Pro Mag 15 round mags for my Ruger P95 this past weekend at my local Academy. they were $25 a piece, $5 higher than two weeks ago.