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Asian military Glock 33-rd. mags?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by MIL-DOT, Nov 1, 2011.

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  1. MIL-DOT

    MIL-DOT member

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    On a whim, I'm considering one of these asian military 33 rounders from CDNN, largely because they're just cool, and about half the cost of the factory mags, but I thought I should consult the hive before commiting.
    Any help appreciated......
    http://www.cdnninvestments.com/gl9mm33amnom.html
     
  2. shooter1

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    ONE!!!!!!! Surely you jest!
    I bought half a dozen each in 9mm and .40. No feeding problems with the ones I've tried. Still haven't gotten around to trying all of them yet. I also picked up some of their standard mags for the 9mm and .40--------------JIC. Some of the standard mags are not "Drop Free" mags, so be sure and check before/if you order. I'm thinking of modifying some of them to see if I can make them drop. Good luck!
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  3. GLOOB

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    Read the reviews on CDNN and CTD, and such. You'll find a lot of reviews dogging the springs.

    I had to change the springs on my KCI G19 and G17 mags. But they're still a heck of a lot cheaper than factory, including this cost, and now they're perfect.

    Before I plunked down the change, I'd check to see how much a replacement spring costs. Last I checked, I think it was around $15.00 for a 33 rd mag spring from LWD.
     
  4. Capt. Ct.

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    For $11.00 a pop I picked up six for the G-19. One didn't want to drop free. There was a little dot of plastic sticking out on the front of the mag. Sanded that off and it drops now. The springs on mine are not as strong as Factory Glock but work well. Time will tell how they hold up. For $11.00 you can replace them. Then again for $22.00 you can get real Glock mags.
     
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