Where does one find M&P9mm mags


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gym
April 7, 2013, 05:19 PM
I have tried gun shows, ebay, and every online retailer I know, and aside from some guy selling them for $150.00, I don't see any for the normal price any ware, anyone know what is going on with these or where they can be found. I wrote to S&W a few days ago and still waiting for a response.
Every other mag seems easy enough to get, glocks were all over the place, even found AR's but no M&P?

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ku4hx
April 7, 2013, 05:29 PM
Gunbot is showing a few. http://www.gunbot.net/mags/mp/

Lantern
April 7, 2013, 09:13 PM
I'm guessing you're asking about the 17 round mags? I've been seeing those crazy prices and its been tough hanging on to the 3 extra mags I have considering the amounts. But I just simply CAN'T make that kind of profit off of people being scared. Seems dirty IMO.

gym
April 7, 2013, 09:42 PM
Either the 12 or 17, at this point there aren't even 10 rounder's around, the Govt. must have them all. Does Homeland use M&P's? or another agency?
there just are no 9mm mags out there.

danez71
April 7, 2013, 11:28 PM
Keep your eye on 44mag.com.

They had a few different one recently including for the Shield which has been very elusive.

Ive bought from him a few times.

gym
April 8, 2013, 12:39 AM
Believe it or not I picked up a 3d hi-cap mag for the shield easier than any mag for the compact. I traded the shield for the compact. I didn't need 4 guns that were that small, the xds now goes in the pocket, and if I throw on the extended 7 round mag and a tac light, it becomes a standard size gun.
I put a light on it today and it was a good deal, the AIM 140 lumen light with the spring lock mount, fits any rail under $40 bucks, amazon had it for 32, but I needed to see it on the gun. Now I need a couple 17 rounder's and an x grip, like my 26. It's just nice to have the capability to go to a 8 or 18 round capacity from a 6-10 round gun.
I use a glock 19 mag on my 26, and it really handles great. But these prices are like robbing a bank, I almost went for the Viridian 5cl, but $300 is just too much for a flashlight with a laser attached, bad enough it cost $35 bucks for some xst's or gold dots after going through the entire show.
I think we need to stop paying 50 bucks a box for freaking range ammo. If we buy it they will keep selling it, they were getting a dollar a round by the case. Now we all know how much PMC 9mm costs.
I spoke to a lot of shooters of all ages, at the show, and every one has cut down on their ability to shoot like they had been or would like to as they always did.
But the darn boxes were Wall-Mart ammo doubled in price, that should be illegal to resell.
What is the Govt doing with all of our stuff?
Meanwhile there were more AR's and AK's in the $8-900 range, than ever before, and $299 for pistol grip Mossberg 12 gauges on sale from shoot straight, amazing what a few weeks will do

hirundo82
April 8, 2013, 01:09 AM
Best thing to do would be to go to a few of the big online retailers that let you set up email alerts for a specific product--I know Top Gun Supply and 44mag let you do this. The mags are out there and the retailers are getting them in, but you have to be quick about it.

gym
April 9, 2013, 10:24 AM
Yes, I already did that, so far no one has gotten them in. Last time I waited 3 months for a shield mag, at normal price.

Skylerbone
April 9, 2013, 03:51 PM
When I bought two of my M&Ps new they came with the coupon for two additional magazines. It took 4-6 months for the magazines to arrive due to demand, and that was several years ago. Guys with 2 want 6, guys with 4 want 8 and competitors with 12 want all the rebuild kits. Remain calm and allow panickers to max. out their credit then buy them at regular price.

dprice3844444
April 9, 2013, 04:07 PM
cdnnsports.com????????

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