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Where do I find 30 rnd mags for a glock 22 and how much?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by shootistpd27, Feb 22, 2009.

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  1. shootistpd27

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    I have been looking for 30 rnd mags for my glock 22. I know they make them but I cant find out where to go to buy them. Anybody know where I can find them for sale.
     
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    What you're looking for are Scherer brand magazines. Also , the .40 caliber mags are 29 , not 30 rounds. I dont know of any 30rd G22 mags. That info may help your search.

    EDIT: oh , highorder beat me to it. Anyway .. yes, as he mentioned QC is known to be spotty with them. As I understand it they are hard to find in stock lately. From all the complaints associated with them though , my best advice would just be to buy more 15s.
     
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    The ones I have are 29 rounders made by Scherer. I can not get over 27 rounds in them though but I haven't had any issues at all with the reliability of them.

    I have a couple of Scherer and Glock mags in 9 mil and the Glock ones are far superior in quality but I don't think Glock makes one for the .40 cal pistols.
     
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    Thanks. Judging by its reviews I believe I will just buy more 15 rnd mags and practice my tactical reloading. I wonder why glock is not making these themsleves. I bet it is because there is probably no way to make a high cap mag like this function properly in a 40 cal.
     
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    I think the Glock brand ones were for the G18's.
     
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    Probably because its akward, impractical, and heavy.

    Have you ever fired a Glock with a fully loaded extended magazine in place?

    My experience (G17, 33 round factory magazine) quickly showed me that these mags are of no use.

    Now in a Kel-tec carbine...
     
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