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Glock 9mm Mag Extended 33 Rounds Black

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Glock 9mm hi-cap extended mag, 33 rounds, black 
Total number of Reviews: 8

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1.0 5
"Georgia LEO here. I purchased three of these mags a couple months back because of the good price. The first trip to the range, they performed flawlessly. However, after loading them and letting them sit in the gun safe for around three weeks - all three were severely problematic; refusing to feed rounds properly. This appears to be a problem with spring quality - as there is now not enough pressure to push the follower & rounds all the way to the top of the magazine. I suppose they could be rebuilt with Glock OEM G18 mag springs, but why bother paying extra? I'd consider going with G17 mags or OEM G18 mags instead of purchasing these cheaper ones, you will come out better in the long run."
1.0 5
"I have to agree with the previous review. I bought 2 of these mags and had problems from the start. The inside is not metal lined like the OEM glock mags. Thus the springs in my 2 mags kept getting stuck on bits of plastic left behind in the mag when it was made. After taking it apart and filing down all the thin bumps myself I still had trouble with the spring bringing all the rounds to the top. Don't bother with this stuff especially if you had to rely on them to save your life, you would be better off throwing your gun at the bad guys!"
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1.0 5
"Stay away from these mags. They work and feed fine initially, but if you leave them loaded for over a few days, the spring loses strength and the rounds will not feed properly. I left two of these magazines loaded for a couple weeks, and after firing a couple shots, the follower no longer feed the ammo through the magazine. I ended up with 30 9mm rounds rattling around inside of a $20.00 piece of plastic junk. I repaired these magazines by replacing the stock springs with OEM springs, taking off the +2 baseplate and putting on a standard Glock OEM baseplate. They seem to work fine now, but I invested another $7-$8 per mag to get them functioning properly. I am still not 100% convinced that they would work well in a SHTF situation though.So, my advice? Go ahead and pay more for the OEM version. It will save you a headache in the long run."
1.0 5
"Ayep, the guys above ain't lying...."
1.0 5
"I bought three of these magazines while in the military, got deployed before I ever got to try them out and when I did about a year later, they would not load. I could not get more than 28 rounds in any of them. I thought maybe cause they were new, they might be just a little stiff so I came back to CTD and ordered a Glock magazine loader for about $12. When that got here, I still could not load the mags as the loader was made for smaller mags. I called CTD and even though it was over a year later, they understood about my being deployed and they refunded my money. These magazines are total crap but 'Cheaper Than Dirt' is a class act business. I just wish they would either stop carrying these crap magazines or get in the manufacturer's butt and make them fix the problem with these mags. I now have three Glock factory mags and have had no problems. Pay the extra and get the Factory."
1.0 5
"Cannot load more then 15"
2.0 5
"I had all kinds of feeding issues with 3 of these in my KelTec Sub-2000 - the follower would get stuck at the half-way point, especially with steel-cased ammo. Cleaning and deburring didn't help much. I swapped the +2 extension with the floor-plate of my factory 17-round mags (now 19 rounds) to take them down to 31-rounds to stay legal in my state, and replaced the follower with Glock factory spare and the spring with a Wolff extra-power, and it mostly feeds fine now (still doesn't like steel case). Wouldn't want to bet my life on them, though."