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10 round mags...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DNA, May 26, 2004.

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  1. DNA

    DNA Member

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    If the US government doesnt want me to have high caps, why is it that they're more expensive than the factory 10 round mags for my guns or the same price?!?! It seems factory low cap Beretta mags are about what? $30 each? and there are some HiCaps floating around for around $20 or less? why? :confused:

    Ok... rant off...

    Dan
     
  2. Night Guy

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    Apparantly you've never seen the prices on LEO magazines. I've seen Glock mags go for $15 on some websites, where the 10 round civilian mags are twice that. There is no logical explanation on how a plastic or metal tube with a spring can be priced the way they are.
     
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    Justin Moderator Staff Member

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    People will charge what the market will bear for any given commodity, be it toaster strudel or pistol magazines.
     
  4. entropy

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    Yes, but LEO-only toaster strudel is so inexspensive.....:D

    Ya gets what ya pays for, IMHO.(Except that LEO mags are cheaper) I have a buncha hi-crap...er cap, S&W59 mags for my Kel-Tec, ( 3 30rd, a 20, and a 15) , and only the 15 rounder is reliable. Well, the 'Klinton mag' that came with it is utterly reliable. (Mec-Gar)
     
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