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1911 magazines

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by spd1303, Oct 8, 2009.

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  1. spd1303

    spd1303 Member

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    Any ideas on good 1911 magazines
     
  2. Keizer

    Keizer Member

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    Wilson, Tripp, and Kimpro all come to mind.
     
  3. Jim Watson

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    I've had good results with McCormick Power Mags; a friend really likes Tripp, and my gunsmith uses Metalform 7 shot.
     
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    Wilson 47D's are pretty popular. So are Chip McCormick's Power Mags.
     
  6. Legasat

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    I have used the 47D's & CMC Power Mags too.

    Both work flawlessly (much better than my Dan Wesson mags).
     
  7. WoofersInc

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    I use nothing but Wilson Combat mags and they have worked great for me.
     
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    I have a little bit of everything. My military issue mags, Novak, Metalform, Wilson Combat, Chip McCormick, and Tripp mags have ALL fed well.

    However, when I carry my 1911 (which is every day) I bet my life on the Tripp mags.
     
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    CMC and MecGar. and original Colt.
     
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