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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by BBsteel, Apr 24, 2007.

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  1. BBsteel

    BBsteel Member

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    Without getting into the expensive costs of these mags does anyone have a website they can direct me to to get a fair price on HK mags?? I found some for $35 on WWW.botac........something.

    Looking for tips thanks!

    USPf 9mm is what I'm after (15 round)
     
  2. PPGMD

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    Hk magazines are always a bit over priced. If you look around you may find some used ones that work fine for as low as $20.

    But I will tell you it's not as bad as Walther magazines which are $45 for a 10rd 9mm magazine only available from Walther America and they are back ordered too.
     
  3. gudel

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    just cough up the dough buddy..
     
  4. BBsteel

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    gudel, 10-4. $35 doesn't sound bad!
     
  5. raytracer

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    Para Ord mags are wallet busters too.

    If you need any 10 rounders for IDPA, CDNN has them for $10. No full caps though.

    Joe
     
  6. aubie515

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    I bought a bunch of HK USP45c mags from CDNN for $19.99. I"m glad I bought a bunch because they went up to over $40 a mag.

    www.tannerssportcenter.com has some HK 9mm and 40 S&W mags for $6. They aren't true HK mags, but the base plates have HK on the bottom.
     
  7. lionking

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    I was at 2 shows this last weekend,looking for .45 USP mags myself.Plenty of dealers had them at typical prices but what po'd me is that all had the finger extended plate which Im looking for the flat plate ones.

    Which I've been wondering,my USP came with a flat plate and one extended plate magazine.Which one is suppose to be "correct" for a full size USP?Seems to me a finger extended mag is moot on a full sized USP.
     
  8. BBsteel

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    I beleive the flat ones are supposed to come with the USPf. I just found a 13 round .40 cal flat one today at a local GS for $34 so I snatched it up. I've been wanting one for my USPc 40. I also found a 9 mm 15 rounder for $39. Grabbed that one too so I wouldn't have to pay shipping else where.
     
  9. Black Majik

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    Stay away from Botac.

    CDNN has the best prices so far from what I've seen
     
  10. BlkHawk73

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    Buying an Hk and expecting inexpensive magazines is like buying a Ferrari and expecting parts to be cheap too. $35 isn't bad. Best I've ever found is usually at CDNN. Often they run a special and when you buy the hi-cap they also give you a 10 round mag as well. I know bought some 10 round ones for my USP40 a while back for $10 each. You lkely paid $600+ for the gun now you're thinking about magazine prices? I guess you should consider yourself fortuneate you have the model you do. HK P9S mags will run from $65-$90 each. P7 series mags will run from $55-$150 each depending on the model. Heck, I could buy a few new USPs in just what I've got in HK mags.
     
  11. gudel

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    I still don't understand why Mec-Gar isn't making any HK mags!
     
  12. BBsteel

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    BlkHawk73, I already know HK mags are expensive. Just wondering if the price I found can be found any lower anywhere else

    This is what I was looking for;

    "$35 isn't bad. Best I've ever found is usually at CDNN. Often they run a special and when you buy the hi-cap they also give you a 10 round mag as well. I know bought some 10 round ones for my USP40 a while back for $10 each."
     
  13. gggman

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    Are you talking about hi-caps ? Midway has 12 round 45acp mags for $45.
     
  14. BBsteel

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    PHP:
    Are you talking about hi-caps Midway has 12 round 45acp mags for $45.

    OP:
    PHP:
    USPf 9mm is what I'm after (15 round)
     
  15. Shipwreck

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    Are you in a state where U can ONLY have 10 rd magazines?

    A lot of people buy the Walther hi caps from CDNN. Have U seen if they have 10 rounders too? Call them.
     
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    AMEN BROTHER
    THAT IS THE WORST PLACE I HAVE EVER DEALT WITH AND I HIGHLY ADVISE THAT NOBODY HERE WASTE THIER TIME WITH THOSE YA-HOO'S!
     
  17. PPGMD

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    No the P99c is limited to 10 rounds until they finally get that spacer out. When I last checked CDNN they didn't have the finger rest magazines I wanted.
     
  18. BossHog

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    I too picked up a bunch (5) of HK USP45c mags from CDNN for $19.99 a couple of years ago. Lucky me.:)
     
  19. 10-Ring

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    $35 for plastic HK mags sounds like a deal to me...or maybe I've gotten use to steel P7M8 mags at 2X that price :scrutiny:
     
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    H&K usp2000sk .40

    I saw various H&K magazines in the CDNN catalog. Price looked very fair. I never ordered because my local shop stocks em for pistols at a few bucks extra.
    I don't mind paying extra for the walk-in shop, as long as they follow up if they promised to.
    My request to the local shop owner was for a price for 10or12 H&K .223 mags
    (AR type). Two times he gave his word to follow up and failed. :confused:

    So much for the mom and pop, CDNN here I come.
     
  21. tbtrout

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    Go to CDNN investments and stock up on the 10 round ones for $10 each. Full cap HK mags are rediculously expensive.
     
  22. lionking

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    I have to ask,will mk23 socom mags work in the usp or a different animal?
     
  23. Dobe

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    HK mags for a fair price? I never thought I would see those words in the same sentance.
     
  24. hnk45acp

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    +1 on cdnn. get 10 rounders for range and a couple for SD
    +1 on SAYING NO TO BOTAC!!!!!!
     
  25. Dravur

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    What is wrong with Botac?

    Just curious, as their prices seem about right. They have PS90 mags for $49.95 each, which seems ok. Bad service? they are Hitler Youth? What's the buzz on these guys?
     
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