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Hi-cap mags for Storm

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by boxcab, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. boxcab

    boxcab Member

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    Hi-cap mags for Cx4 Storm

    Did a search for magazines and the Cx4 Storm and did not find much detail. I have a 9mm version and would like to get some extra magazines for it. I'm looking for brand recomendations for 20 and 30 round mags. What brands have you found that work well and what brands don't?

    Thanks,

    -Dan
     
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  2. boxcab

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    Also...

    There is mention of "adapters" required for some magazines to fit the storm. Can someone clearify the need for an adapter for me?

    Thanks,

    -Dan
     
  3. HighVelocity

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    I use the Mec-Gar 20 round mags for the Beretta 92. I think there are two different versions of the CX4, one uses 92 mags and the other uses PX4 mags.
    Which version do you have?
     
  4. boxcab

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    How do you tell?

    Highvelocity,

    Thanks for replying.

    I do not know? How do you tell what type you have?

    -Dan
     
  5. HighVelocity

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    I must admit, I don't know. I'd look for a picture of a 92 mag and compare it to your current mag and see if they look the same.
     
  6. boxcab

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    Thanks HV,

    Maybe someone will chime in and educate the two of us.

    BTW, how have the Mec-Gars worked for you? Have they been as reliable as the supplied factory mags?

    Thanks again,

    Dan
     
  7. boxcab

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    Calling All Cx4 owners!!!

    I know that there a few more out there.
    They must all be at the range enjoying their toys...

    Still looking for recomendations and comments on hi-cap mags for the 9mm Storms.

    Thanks,

    -Dan
     
  8. HighVelocity

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    100% reliable for me. They are really well made mags. Sig Uses Mec-gar mags as their factory mags now so that says a lot.
     
  9. rero360

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    I have a couple of their mags for my storm in .40cal and they work perfectly, my only complaint is that they run dry to fast, 10 rounds just isn't enough for my plinking needs
     
  10. Harry Tuttle

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    there were web pix of storm high caps from the SHOT show
     
  11. Darkside

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    Man...I hope some of those were for the .45 Storm.

    Darkside
     
  12. RaetherEnt

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    Right on Darkside! Just saw you were in Olathe. I'm in Shawnee, ALSO hoping for those hi-cap .45 Storm mags. Just a thought...I found someone here in town to smith up a .40S&W barrel shroud for the Storm to fit on the 45.
     
  13. Darkside

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    RaetherEnt, Check your PMs

    Darkside
     

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