The magazine with the semi auto (like the 1911 or Browning Hi Power or anything down to the simple and functional Walther PP series is as valuable as taking care of the pistol. You can never have too many magazines for a reliable auto. They should be treated with the same respect as the gun. If the magazine is not proven in your auto then you can wash it in the washer like socks and allow it to disappear in the Sock Heaven. No regrets then.
In the laundry hamper in one of the pockets of my cargo shorts...wife has never let me forget that idiot move. She found it when she was about to toss the shorts in the dryer :-(
*PS. I shot those rounds at the range after they went through a full wash/rinse/spin cycle. One FTF. Amazing.
A forum community dedicated to defensive firearm owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about everyday carry, optics, holsters, gunsmithing, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!