This is a discussion on Question about this company. within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; While internet surfing for gun magazines, I came across a website called Midwest Gun Works. Two questions: Is $32 a good price in the current ...
While internet surfing for gun magazines, I came across a website called Midwest Gun Works. Two questions: Is $32 a good price in the current market for magazines? Anybody have any experience with purchasing/customer service from these folks, Good, bad, ugly? I appreciate you input.
Glock magazines usually run in the $22-25 range. Well made, heavy and reliable up to around 15 rounds. Mags for my puny little Bersa 380 pistol in 7 round capacity, all metal, look fairly inexpensive cost around $35 (!!!) and ProMag (non-OEM) around $19.
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I was looking at 13R Bersa 380 mags 2 days ago for $32+each. I thought that was highway robbery.
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Had some gunsmithing done by them, a few years back. The service and communication was good, prices were fair.
Try CDNN I have bought a lot of stuff from them over the years. They have very reasonable prices. Good luck!
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I was looking for Trijicon NS for my FN Herstal and their site was the only one where I found them. Shipment was quick and the product was as advertised and at a good price. I'd say they more than lived up to my expectations and I found them through this site!
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