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brand-new Glock mags at a good price

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by .cheese., Mar 3, 2007.

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  1. .cheese.

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    Where do you guys go for Glock mags usually?

    Topglock? Glockmeister?

    I'm looking to get another 8 brand-new Glock 22 mags.

    and maybe 3 o4 4 of the Glock look-a-like 29 round .40 mags. - and a couple Glock factory mag extensions (+1 or 2 - whatever).

    I'm tired of paying $24 at the local store. Sometimes I can get them for $22, but if I can get them for less, I'll go for it.
     
  2. CountGlockula

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    IMO, the local gun shows sells them for $17 each...saves postage costs.
     
  3. .cheese.

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    Ok. I took a look. A show is coming through in 3 weeks. I'll wait until then.

    Thanks.
     
  4. jaysouth

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    www.cdnninvestments.com.


    4th generation for 16.99, any cal.

    Cheapest that I have seen at a gun show is in mid 20s.
     
  5. 000Buck

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    Another vote for CDNN. They are really good and 95% of their stuff is as cheap as you will find it.
     
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    CDNN, most definately.
     
  7. rugerfreak

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    My latest CDNN catalog lists used LE mags at $9.99 and new at $12.99.
     
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    Damn. Looks like they are out of the 10-round G19 mags.
     
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    CDNN if you buy enough to overcome $9.99 minimum shipping fee...great place, however I did see a guy at the show yesterday selling new mags $17 each...but usually at shows $20 is the lowest price...
     
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    The best thing about gun shows, is that if you want to buy more than one item...you can lower the prices. Every gun show I've been to, I've always ask the salesguy to lower the price $2 or more.

    Most of these guys do it on the side anyway and they'll take anything, even if it's below the asking price.
     
  12. twinhairdryers

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    CDNN

    I bought large batches of both factory new and the LEO used glock mags. I paid 10.00 for a lot them, and not one has failed. If you do get used ones, make sure they are not the non drop free ones. If you should quick and want fast mag changes those fat drop free? mags or whatever they are called stick in the well and require two hands.
     
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    FML = Full Metal Lined

    or

    NFML = Non Full Metal Lined
     
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