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|1 of 1 people found the following review helpful|
||Go With Sig OEM - 9/23/2011|
|The magazine takes a little effort to actually latch in the mag well due to the bottom plate not being quite "long" enough to reliably catch the lock. Then, once locked, it has a bit of front/back play. I picked up 2 and it is the same on both. I haven't fired it yet, but did cycle several magazines worth of FMJ through with no problems (for what it's worth). Spend the extra buck and go with Sig OEM magazines. Keeping these for my range magazines and using the factory magazine for my life. (one of the Sig magazines, that came with the gun, had some sort of casting or machining bur that prevented the rounds from feeding properly, the second magazine had a different design and functions fine. The bad magazine had an "oval" machined on both sides at the top rear)|
|0 of 0 people found the following review helpful|
||Follow up After Range - 10/16/2011|
|Was able to get out to the range to give these a run... HORRIBLE! had misfeeds on every set. These magazines are absolute garbage. Got home and took the bolt cutters to them. ProMag packaging says something along the lines of their quality and "trust", what a joke.
If you use this weapon in a life or death capacity, stay away from these magazines!
As as note: I was using Remmington UMC FMJ that had functioned flawlessly for over 200 rounds in the factory Sig magazine.
Purchased another factory Sig magazine from CTD, and cycled it no problems yesterday.|